Nolan House is located at the Albury Hospital also provides 24 hour specialist assessment and inpatient treatment for people with acute mental health problems. Inpatient care is provided in accordance with the Mental Health Act (NSW) and is directed by your consulting psychiatrist.
Nolan House has 24 beds, including provision for high level supervision in the High Dependency Unit, and is able to accept both voluntary and formal admissions. Accommodation is in single or twin rooms with shared facilities including lounge and dining rooms along with laundry facilities.
Nolan House is staffed by NEBMHS Unit Manager, registered and enrolled nurses and supported by occupational therapy and social work. Treatment is organised by your consulting psychiatrist and care is provided according to the Mental Health Act (NSW).
A Consumer Consultant, Carer Consultant (support for families) along with a Carer Advocate from One Door Mental Health also visit Nolan House on a regular basis.
Referral for admission to Nolan House is via either Albury or Wodonga Community Mental Health Services, the Emergency Department of the Albury Hospital or via your NSW General Practitioner. Albury Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service has service links to Nolan House, as required while waiting for a vacancy to transfer to a specialist CAMHS inpatient Unit.
Upon discharge from Nolan House, information will be given to you regarding your medications, etc. You will also be given an appointment to see a clinician from your nearest (either Albury or Wodonga) Community Mental Health Service for further follow-up.
For further information contact:
Nursing Unit Manager
Borella Road, Albury, NSW, 2640.
Phone: (02) 6058 4450
Visiting hours: Mon– Fri 12 noon—2pm, 5pm—8 pm
Weekends/public holidays 10am—8pm
Websites: Murrumbidgee Local Health District map