Our focus
is on you


Continuing to operate during COVID-19

By Alena Buesnel | March 25, 2020 | 0 Comments

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve we are committed to providing quality health and well-being services to our community. Our services and supports continue to operate utilising guidance from the Department of Health.

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We Listen. Care. Connect.

At Hunter Primary Care, our focus is on you. We support people to live a healthy life.

As a not-for-profit organisation, we have been providing quality health care and wellbeing services to the Hunter community for almost 30 years.

We understand that everyone's healthcare journey is different and listen to your needs and goals. We deliver a range of health and wellbeing services of the community in collaboration with our network of trusted health professionals. We are your partner on your journey.

Get in touch

At Hunter Primary Care, our focus is on you. If you would like more information on any of our services, contact the Hunter Primary Care team or fill out a service enquiry form via the options below.

If you or someone you care for is seriously injured or in need of urgent help please call Triple Zero (000) or visit your nearest hospital.

Hunter Primary Care does not provide an emergency mental health response. If you or someone you know needs urgent assistance, please call 000 or contact the support services listed on our Support Services page.
For referral and advice regarding Hunter New England Mental Health Services (including Acute Mental Health) call the Mental Health Line 1800 011 511 (24hrs).

For GP Access After Hours enquiries call 1300 130 147. Our qualified and experienced call centre staff will be able to provide advice on the most appropriate care for you.

Service Enquiry Form

How to refer

Some of our services allow self-referrals, while others require a referral from your GP or health professional. For more information on how to refer to our services, please choose from the options below.

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