cohealth is a community health service that provides high quality affordable health care. Community health services are for everyone. We also prioritise help for people who are at increased risk of chronic poor health.
We place importance on providing access to services for certain groups of people. We recognise that some groups of people have poorer health outcomes because they may be unable to access services as often as they need. Also, some people cannot wait for services because this would result in their health getting worse.
We provide priority access to services for:
People with a Health Care Card or other Commonwealth concession cards are eligible for free or heavily discounted services.
Concession cards that are eligible for free or discounted services:
Cards that are not accepted:
People who have a Medicare card are eligible to use bulk billed services like doctors (GPs).
People aged 65 or over, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50 or over can use cohealth services. To use cohealth’s allied health services (such as physiotherapy, podiatry or a dietitian) you will need to have a MyAgedCare assessment and referral. Learn more about MyAgedCare
People who are part of the National Disability and Insurance Scheme (NDIS) can use cohealth services. Learn more about NDIS
cohealth is a not-for-profit community health organisation. We provide essential health and support services in Melbourne’s CBD, and northern and western suburbs.