health update

coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

If you suspect you may have COVID-19, please call the dedicated hotline on 1800 675 398. You can ask for an interpreter in your language

Some appointments and health services will stop or change to reduce the risk of transmission. For more information, go to cancellations and appointments.

Cancellations and Appointments

cohealth is proud to play a vital role in Victoria’s broader health system, including responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

The way we deliver some services has changed to ensure we continue to provide safe, high-quality care.

Some appointments will change to video or telephone call

This way, we can still provide care without putting you at risk. We will contact you to let you know if you have this option. View a list of services that are available via phone.

Our health centres remain open and doctors are offering face-to-face appointments for high priority clients.

The following services are also providing face-to-face support in urgent or exceptional circumstances:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services
  • Alcohol and other drugs services
  • Dentists and oral health
  • Homelessness services
  • Hospital Admission Risk Program
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Podiatry
  • Refugee health

Group based community programs will stop to reduce risk of transmission

This includes community groups and exercise groups. View a list of services that have been suspended.  

Do you need to update your appointment?

Use the form below to:

  • Change your appointment from face-to-face to telephone
  • Cancel your appointment

Alternatively you can select from the options below for more information about our services:

Dental care

 Providing low cost or free dental care to concession card holders, children of low income…

Doctors

 Providing a wide range of GP services across 6 central practices in and around inner…

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