Ambulatory Care Outpatient Clinic


Ambulatory Care’ is a broad term that can be used to describe care that takes place as a day attendance at a health care facility, or at the patient's home or other setting (e.g. school or workplace). Ambulatory care covers a broad range of care delivery, from preventative and primary care through to specialist services and tertiary level care, and these services are collectively referred to as ‘non-inpatient’ care.

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Contact Information

Level 1, Block A
Wollongong Hospital
Loftus Street
Wollongong NSW 2500
Locked Mail Bag 8808
South Coast Mail Centre 2521
02 4255 1210

8:00am - 4:30pm (phone calls taken up to 4:00pm)

Our Staff

Nurse Manager, Ambulatory Care & Respiratory Medicine

Jennifer is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the Ambulatory Care Centre, Hospital in the Home, Transit Lounge and Respiratory Medicine.

She has experience as a Midwife, a Community Nurse, Diabetes Educator, a NUM and Nurse Manager in Community Health, ACAT, Hospital in the Home, Ambulatory Care Centre and Respiratory Medicine.