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Latest news: Walk-in centre

More funding for ACT Walk-in Centres

The Commonwealth Government will invest $7 million to expand services and hire more healthcare professionals in ACT walk-in centres.

ACT’s Inner North Walk-in Centre reopens today

The Inner North (Dickson) Walk-in Centre reopens today, providing free health care for non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses once more.

Walk-in Centres now treat children aged one year and older

Canberra’s nurse-led Walk-in Centres can now treat children aged one year and older for minor injuries and illnesses.

Five new Walk-in Health Centres to ease pressure on overrun emergency departments

A new Walk-in Centre in Coombs is set to open in less than six months, on 1 July, to serve the growing population of Molonglo Valley.

Where to be tested for COVID-19 in Canberra

ACT residents can be tested for COVID-19 at six facilities, including a dedicated facility at the Weston Creek Walk-in Centre.

ACT Labor promise five more walk-in centres in suburban Canberra

As promised late last week, ACT Labor has released further healthcare election commitments, including five additional nurse-run walk-in centres across Canberra.

Dickson’s Inner-North Walk-in Centre opens this week

The new Dickson-based Inner North Walk-in Centre opens 26 August, providing free treatment for minor injuries and illness 365 days a year.