Albury Wodonga Health supports people with a disability to access region-wide health and hospital services

Working with the individual, their family and carers our Disability Liaison Officer (DLO) ensures everyone has access to the care and treatment they need. 

Our  DLO can assist people in the community or during their admission to hospital.  We have a strong focus on making sure people with a disability can access screening and treatment for COVID-19 equitably.

Our services include
  • Support for people with disability, their families and carers to access COVID-19 screening, treatment and vaccination.
  • Support for people with disability, their families and carers to access health services at Albury Wodonga Health or other health services in the North East Victoria region.
  • Support for people with a disability admitted to hospital and the teams caring for them.
  • Advice and consultation to health services and staff on how to provide care that is more accessible and inclusive for people with disabilities.

Help finding your way

Maps are located at the main entrances to Albury and Wodonga Hospital Campuses.  You will also find our volunteer staff here, and the Border Cancer Centre, who can help you find your way around our facilities.  

For additional information please see the following

Parking time limits are from 5-15 minutes in the pick up and drop off zones.

The drop off zones are located:


  • at the Albury Campus main hospital entrance off  East Street.    
  • at the Entrance to the Border Cancer Centre.
  • at the entrance to Albury Community Health Centre on Smollett St, Albury


  • at the Wodonga Campus main hospital entrance on Vermont Street,
  • Dialysis Unit on Vermont Street,
  • Obstetric Unit off Wilson Street
  • Day Procedure Unit off Wilson Street.

Disabled Car Parking spaces are located:

Albury Hospital -  off East Street, in the car park outside the main hospital entrance.

Wodonga Hospital – one space in front of Community Rehabilitation Centre and additional multiple spaces in main car park off Vermont Street.

Day Procedure Unit off Wilson Street - one space outside

Wodonga Dental Services – off Hume Street, Wodonga, at the rear of the building in the main car park.

Albury Community Health – off Smollett Street, Albury, at the rear of the building .

Accessible toilets are located in the following areas:

Albury Hospital Campus: 

  • near the Main Entrance 
  • in the Emergency Department 
  • Medical 1 ward
  • Surgical 1 ward
  • Allied Health Unit 
  • Border Cancer Centre

Albury Community Health Centre, Smollett St Albury

Wodonga Hospital Campus: 

  • Main corridor opposite Medical Imaging (X-ray Department)
  • Obstetrics Unit 
  • Day Procedure Unit
  • Community Rehabilitation Centre
  • Dialysis Unit

Community Mental Health Centre, Watson Street, Wodonga

Wodonga Dental Services, High Street, Wodonga 

Regional Disability Advocacy Service (RDAS) - 132 Melbourne Road, Wodonga. (02) 6056 2420 

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). 1800 800 110 

La Trobe Community Health1800 242 696

Intereach – 553 David St, Albury.  1300 488 226 

My Aged Care  - For people over 65 years 1800 200 422

Carer Gateway 1800 422 737

Upper Murray Family Care (Wodonga). (02) 6055 8000

Carers Australia.  (02) 6122 9900

Deaf & Deafblind resources:  DeafVictoria 

How to access Auslan translation

Auslan Connections – via Victorian Interpreter and Translation Service (VITS) – (03) 9280 1955 or

Auslan Connections after Hours Emergency Service (03) 9473 1174

For Video interpreter services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing: