Access to Banyule Community Health in context of COVID-19
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic Banyule Community Health is taking action to help contain the spread of the virus and reduce the risk to the health of all community members. As an essential service, we remain open and are committed to maintaining access to services and support for our clients and staff, however the way in which we provide these services may look a little different.
We are guided by the Victorian Chief Health Officer and changes will be made regularly based on his advice.
Whilst we are still open, it’s best to call first on 9450 2000
Many of our services, including our GP’s are delivering services over the phone where possible.
Under the advice of the relevant experts, our dental service is currently only seeing emergency clients. We apologise to those who had bookings. We will be in touch.
If you do come to our centre, you will be screened in line with the Chief Health Officers advice.
We have suspended all of our groups and events. We will stay in touch.
We are updating our social pages regularly with great resources. Stay connected by following us on
We are still taking referrals for our services – please call 9450 2000 and ask for Referral & Intake
Follow these important links for key health messages.
If you are feeling unwell or have been in close contact with someone who has, or is showing symptoms of, coronavirus disease (COVID-19) stay at home (self-isolate). If you are concerned or beginning to display any symptoms, please call the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398. We reiterate, please do not attend the centre.
Chief Executive Officer
Banyule Community Health