Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital (TRRH)
Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital is the largest health facility in NSW outside the Sydney-Wollongong-Newcastle metropolitan areas. It currently employs both full-time and part-time staff, many volunteers and serves most of northwest New South Wales as well as the local community. Specialist medical staff provides a full range of medical, diagnostic and surgical services.
Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital has a 24-hour emergency department, high level surgical and medical services, including a diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization laboratory, intensive care, coronary care, rehabilitation services (including brain injury), Diabetes Centre, mental health unit, renal services, paediatrics, maternity, oncology, radiology and pathology.
Local Health District
Hunter New England Local Health District
The Gomeroi / Kamilaroi / Gamilaraay People
General visiting hours - 11:00am - 8:30pm.
With the exception of the following rest periods: ICU - 2:00pm - 4:00pm and Ward 9 (Maternity) - 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Tamworth NSW 2340
|Phone||(02) 6767 7700|
|Fax||02 6766 1027|
|Social Work Department||02 6767 7700|
|Carer Support||02 6767 7700|
|Chaplaincy||02 6767 7700|
|Volunteer Service||02 6767 7700|
|Aboriginal Liaison||02 6767 7700|
|Telehealth||02 6767 7700|
|R.E.A.C.H||02 6767 7700|
|CALD Translation||Healthcare Interpreter Service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call (02) 4924 6285 during business hours or (02) 4921 3000 for after-hours support|