Acute and general care is provided at our Main Clinic at 25 Third Street.
This is our biggest clinic and usually the first point of contact for new clients.
Wurli’s Main Clinic is AGPAL accredited.
Women’s and children’s health care is provided at 21 Third Street.
The aim of the Women’s and Children’s Health Unit is to see healthy women having healthy pregnancies; and healthy babies and children who grow to be healthy adults.
Men’s health care is provided from the Tom Cameron Wing at Main Clinic, 25 Third Street.
StrongBala Men’s Health provides male focused health interventions and check-ups.
Chronic conditions care is provided at the Gudbinji Clinic at 6 Kintore Street.
Clients diagnosed with a chronic disease such as diabetes, heart disease, respiratory disease, renal disease and cancer can attend this clinic. Gudbinji also looks after aged and disability care clients.
Gudbinji is AGPAL accredited.
After Hours Service is situated at Gudbinji, 6 Kintore Street.
The After Hours Service can assist clients with general and acute health care needs.
The Wurli-Wurlinjang Family Partnership Program is situated at, 25 Third Street.
Pregnant women can join this Program to receive support preventative health information and support throughout pregnancy and until the child reaches two years of age.
The Syphilis Enhanced Response Program is situated at 25 Third Street.
The SER program is an enhanced Sexually Transmissible Infection (STI) workforce that undertakes clinical and outreach services for testing, treatment and contact tracing of Syphilis in the Katherine region.
Client support services are provided to and from all Wurli’s clinics.
We have Transport/Community Liaison Officers who can help with attending appointments.
Binjari Health Service is located in the Binjari Community located 18 km south-west of Katherine.
The Health Service provides a full range of general health interventions, check-ups and visiting specialists.
The Health Promotions Program is situated at 25 Third Street
The Health Promotion program collaborates with all Wurli program areas to plan, implement and evaluate high quality and culturally relevant activities and campaigns
The Tackling Indigenous Smoking Program is situated at 25 Third Street.
The Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) program focuses on population health promotion activities to prevent the uptake of smoking, promoting smoking cessation (stop smoking), and reducing exposure to second-hand smoke.
Wurli’s services are free if you are registered with Medicare but there may be costs for some other services if you are referred to them. If this is the case, this will be discussed with you at the time of referral.
Clients at our facilities who require urgent medical attention are given priority. We encourage you to provide us with contact information for a family member or friend we can speak to in case of an emergency.
Your health care provider will advise if you need tests, when you can expect test results, and information about follow up care.
Our health service is committed to preventative care. Wurli sends out regular reminders for health care follow up and services to improve your quality of life and help you to better manage your health conditions
Wurli’s After Hours Clinic
Gudbinji, 6 Kintore Street
(08) 8972 9157
Lot 1939 Gorge Rd, Katherine NT 0850
(08) 8973 9211
Clients in Crisis
If you need support, please contact us immediately on (08) 89 729 180 or call:
Katherine Mental Health
(08) 8973 8724
13 11 14
1300 22 4636
Clients contacting us in a crisis during business hours will be supported and referred to the Katherine District Hospital or Katherine Mental Health Team for crisis assessment.