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Speech Pathology - Aged Care - Ryde Hospital

Ground floor

Building 17

Ryde Hospital

Denistone Road

Eastwood

2122

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Speech Pathology - Aged Care - Ryde Hospital

Contact us

General enquiries: (02) 9858 7782

Referrals phone: (02) 9858 7782

Fax number: (02) 9858 7775

Email: [email protected]

Opening hours

Monday: 08:00 - 16:30
Tuesday: 08:00 - 16:30
Wednesday: 08:00 - 16:30

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 What we do

Evaluation and treatment of communication and swallowing disorders.

- Outpatients and community visits

- Assessment and management of swallowing disorders

- Assessment and management of communication disorders, including: language, speech, voice, fluency and alternative communication

 What to bring

Referral

 When to visit us

Outpatient and community services provided for clients over 65 years, living in the Ryde or Hunters Hill local government area.

Clients under the age of 65 whose needs are unable to be met by a specialist provider, may be accepted on an individual basis.

Examples of this include clients who meet Safe and Supported At Home (SASH) initiative eligibility criteria and clients who are under the NDIS but they have health requirements that would lead to a hospital admission.

 How to visit us

Ryde Hospital provides 350 free car parking spaces spread across six car parks. The main car park comprises both covered and open air parking spaces via Denistone Road. The other large car park is a covered car park in the basement of the Graythwaite Rehabilitation Centre via Fourth Avenue. There is a patient drop off zone outside the emergency department and a small car park for patients being tested at the COVID-19 clinic.

 Referral information

  • Self referral
  • GP referral
  • Nursing referral
  • Allied health referral  

 Other information

Can transport be organised for people to attend?

Yes. A patient transport service is available for outpatient appointments for frail clients who do not have their own means of transport or are unable to make their way safely to the hospital.

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