Wodonga Hospital Accommodation Wodonga

All around the Wodonga Public Hospital patients, doctors, nurses and visitors will find a range of short and long term hotel and apartment accommodation. People visiting the Wodonga Hospital for medical appointment or for family members accompanying a patient during a procedure at the Wodonga Hospital will discover a number of accommodation options available to them. Although the accommodation in the Wodonga itself is slightly limited and needs to be booked in advance you should be able to find an affordable motel room, quality hotel or spacious 1 and 2 bedroom serviced apartment. Alternatively you could choose to stay in the affordable accommodation that is available in the nearby city of Albury, which is just a short drive away across the New South Wales border.
Accommodation Options for the Wodonga Hospital
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Location of Accommodation Near the Wodonga Hospital Wodonga
About the Wodonga Hospital : The Wodonga Hospital is part of the Albury Wodonga Health Service, which is a unique entity that operates as a cross border public health service between New South Wales and the Victorian governments. Albury Wodonga Health provides the largest regional health care service between Sydney and Melbourne and provides a wide range of medical treatments to a population of over 250,000 spread around North-East of Victoria and Southern New South Wales.

At the Wodonga Hospital patients will find professional staff who pride themselves on providing various health care services including emergency care, general medine, various surgeries, a community rehabilitation centre, the Wodonga dental clinic and much more.
Hospital Address : 69 Vermont Street, Wodonga, Vic, 3690, Wodonga, Wodonga
Wodonga Hospital Website : http://www.awh.org.au/
For All Emergencies - Ambulance, Fire & Police - Call 000 (triple zero)
Poisons Information Centre - Phone: 131 126 Lifeline - Phone: 13 11 14
After Hours GP Helpline - Phone: 1800 022 222 SuicideLine - Phone: 1300 651 251
State Emergency Service - Phone: 132 500 Parentline - Phone: 132 289
  Kids Help Line - Phone: 1800 551 800