Our services

We offer a wide range of community health services.
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About us

cohealth is a not-for-profit community health organisation. We provide essential health services in Melbourne's CBD, and northern and western suburbs.

What we do

cohealth is a not-for-profit community health organisation that strives to improve health and wellbeing for all and lead the way in reducing health inequity in partnership with people and the communities in which they live.

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Using our services

This information helps you understand how to use cohealth services. It includes topics like how to make an appointment, cancel an appointment, and how much it costs.

Our services are for anyone who is a local resident in Melbourne’s CBD or inner northern and western suburbs.

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You can book, reschedule or cancel appointments for most services online.

Make or Change an Appointment

As a community health organisation cohealth aims to provide services at little or no cost. Depending on your income, you may need to pay a fee for accessing cohealth services.

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When accessing cohealth services there are things you can expect from us, and things that we expect from you. These are your right and your responsibilities as a client at cohealth.

Rights and responsibilities as a client

Everyone has a right to bring a support person or an advocate to cohealth. An advocate is someone who can support you or talk on your behalf with your permission. Understanding how to find an advocate can help ensure you get the health care you need.

Client advocate

We want people of all gender identities, sexualities, cultural backgrounds and abilities to feel safe to bring their whole selves to cohealth. We recognise and celebrate the diversity of the communities we serve.

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Our online referral form lets you refer clients for some cohealth services.
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News

getting ready for thunderstorm asthma season

Thunderstorm asthma season occurs between October – December. Thunderstorm asthma is when heavy storms occur on a day with a very high pollen count, and cause symptoms of an asthma attack. While thunderstorm asthma events are uncommon, and don’t occur every year, it’s important to know the risks and what to…

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Public holiday hours

Over the public holiday period, there will be changes to our opening hours. Most cohealth services will be closed for the public holidays between 22-23 September. Some cohealth services will remain open.

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