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Tully Hospital

icon Tully Hospital offers primary health clinics, including antenatal, diabetes, gynaecology, immunisation, obstetrics, women's health and wound management.
icon Allied health services available to the community include occupational therapy, physiotherapy, social work, speech pathology and dietetics. Co-located services include community health, community mental health and dental.
icon The Tully Hospital provides financial assistance through the Patient Travel Subsidy Scheme to eligible patients who need to travel to other health services for procedures and tests not available locally.
icon Telehealth services are available for linking with other facilities via video-conference for patients.
icon The Tully Hospital operates a 24-hours a day, seven days a week emergency department.
icon Dental services have been strengthened with the addition of a second chair in partnership with James Cook University.
icon A weekly outreach medical clinic is available to the Aboriginal community of Jumbun.

Tully Hospital

Address

17 Bryant Street
Tully Qld 4854

PO Box 489
Tully Qld 4854

Phone

+61 7 4068 4144

Fax

+61 7 4068 2348

Office hours

0830 to 1700

Visiting Hours

1000 - 1200 and 1500 - 2000. Outside of these hours, visitors are asked to please liaise with nursing staff regarding access.

Distance to main referring hospital(s)

Cairns Hospital  140km
The Townsville Hospital  208km

Hospital services

Accident and emergency
Acute medical
Dietician
Obstetrics and gynaecology (low risk maternity services)
Restorative care services
Palliative care
Pathology
Radiography
Sonography
Pharmacy
Specialist clinics

Clinics available

Anaesthetic clinic
Antenatal clinic 
Diabetes foot clinic
Gynaecology
Immunisation
Obstetric occasions eg, CTG monitoring, neonatal screening
Well women's clinic
Wound management / dressing clinic

Allied health services

Occupational therapy
Physiotherapy
Social work
Speech pathology

Outreach services

Medical service to Jumbun Aboriginal Community
Well women's clinic service to Jumbun Aboriginal Community

Home and Community Care services (HACC)

Aged care assessment
Continence assessment
HACC assessment
Home help

Visiting specialist services

Gynaecological FROGS (Obstetrics and Gynaecology clinic) every 6 weeks
Consultant physician (weekly)

Community health

Alcohol, tobacco and other drugs service
Cardiac rehabilitation
Diabetic education
Health promotion
Mental health
Oral health
Parent education
School based health

Capital works or recent improvements

Dental student placement - Expansion of existing 1 dental chair to 2 for JCU dental student placements
Tully Nurses Quarters - completed 2012


Last updated: 8 January 2014