General and Primary Health Care

Main Clinic

General Clinic with a focus on Primary and Acute Health Care

The Main Clinic is located at 25 Third Street. It is staffed by male and female Registered Aboriginal Health Practitioners (RAHPs), Registered Nurses and General Practitioners. A Senior RAHP oversees its operation in the position of the Clinic Coordinator.  The Main Clinic staff can make referrals to other Wurli services i.e. Wellbeing, AOD, SIF, Gudbinji, WWFPP and Strongbala Justice or to external organisations when required.

The Main Clinic is AGPAL accredited.


Main Clinic has a triage system in order to improve patient flow and to reduce the waiting time in which they will be allocated to a team within our triage system – to help improve the flow with regard to their health care.

The Triage RAHP/RN provides first point of contact for all clients that present to the clinic – they take their basic observations check then they start the health journey into the main clinic for their health care. This system operates on a walk in basis.


At this stage Main Clinic does not offer appointments.


Our Main Clinic services and activities are funded by the Australian Government through the Commonwealth Department of Health; and the NT Government through the NT Department of Health

Main Clinic operating hours

Monday: 8.30am – 3.30pm
Tuesday: 8.30am – 3.30pm
Wednesday: 8.30am – 11.30am
Thursday: 8.30am – 3.30pm
Friday: 8.30am – 3.30pm

How to see us

Clients can ‘walk in’ at any time during operating hours.

Access to the clinic is improved by our transport service, which can collect clients from anywhere within 40 kilometres of Katherine.

We will send out reminder letters and messages to you and family when due for an appointment or other type of follow up care.

How to contact us

Ring 89 729 100 or Freecall 1800 987 547 and press option 1 to speak to the main clinic receptionist or to arrange transport

What to see us for

The Main Clinic is the best place to come for any of the following (and more):

  • A well person’s check-up
  • Injury, wound or sore
  • Short term sickness and regular medication reviews when required
  • Screening and treating sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • Immunisations
  • General primary health care, including health education