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About Public Health

The Public Health team covers both the Murrumbidgee and Southern NSW Local Health Districts and is responsible for a broad range of health protection including: Environmental Health, Immunisation, Infectious Disease Surveillance, Tobacco Regulation and HIV and Related Programs.

 

Latest Information & Media Releases

(Murrumbidgee Local Health District & Southern NSW Local Health District)

 HIV Testing: The Key to Ending HIV Transmission

Have a look at the new animation about Prevention, Testing & Treatment of HIV launched by Indigenous Health Minister, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM, at the official launch of ASTI HIV Awareness Week in Canberra, on the 19th November. The animation can be viewed by clicking on the image.

For more information about HIV visit www.atsihiv.org.au

In Murrumbidgee Local Health District Sexual Health Services are in Wagga wagga, Griffith & Albury or contact your local GP

Local Sexual Health Services

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World AIDS Awareness Week Dried Blood Spot Testing

 Are you uncomfortable asking your doctor for a HIV test? Don't worry you can get a free and confidential home HIV Dried Blood Spot (DBS) test. The HIV Home Testing Kit makes testing easy, reliable and convenient by allowing you to order a free kit online and take the test in the privacy of your home. Click on the image to order your testing kit or visit www.hivtest.health.nsw.gov.au

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World AIDS Day 1st December 2017

   HIV Testing - The Key to Ending HIV Transmission In Southern NSW Local Health District Sexual Health Services are in Queanbeyan, Goulburn, Bateman's Bay, Narooma, Moruya & Bega or contact your local GP.

Local Sexual Health Services

For confidential information on where to get a HIV test people can call NSW Sexual Health Infolink on 1800 451 624.

 

 

The Health Protection team in Murrumbidgee & Southern NSW Local Health Districts is responsible for the following;

 

MLHD Exercise MassVax 2017

Feedback on this Public Health Site should be directed to the Office Manager at the Public Health office on
(02) 6080 8900 or Email -

 

 

 

 

 

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