Speech Pathology provides assessment & therapy services to children and adults who have communication and/or swallowing disorders.

This includes: 

  • speech
  • language
  • voice
  • fluency
  • literacy
  • infant feeding
  • cognition; and
  • clients requiring laryngectomy / tracheostomy management

Speech Pathology services are provided to all admitted services and community based programs within Albury Wodonga Health including Albury and Wodonga Hospitals, the Community Rehabilitation Centre (CRC), the Transition Care Program (TCP), Post Acute Care (PAC), Community Health (CH) and the Rural Allied Health Team (RAHT). 

These services are provided within all streams & programs within Albury Wodonga Health.

AWH Speech Pathology work with other local service providers including Department Aged, Disability & Home Care, Department Human Services & South West Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service to support clients to access the most appropriate services for their individual needs.

Outpatient / Referral Information
Referral from a Medical Practitioner or Allied Health Professional is required to access speech pathology services.

For Further information regarding Speech Pathology the links below will be of assistance:

What is a Speech Pathologist?


Speech Pathology Australia Fact sheets:



Allied Health, Albury Hospital

PO Box 326
Borella Rd, Albury
2640 NSW

CRC Building - Wodonga Hospital

Vermont St, Wodonga
3690 VIC

Albury Community Health

596 Smollett St, Albury
2640 NSW


Operating Hours
Allied Health, Albury Hospital

8:30am to 5:00pm

CRC Building - Wodonga Hospital

8:30am to 5:00pm

Albury Community Health

09:00am - 5:00pm