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Speech Pathology Outpatients - Ryde Hospital

Ground floor

Denistone House

Ryde Hospital

Denistone Road



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Speech Pathology Outpatients - Ryde Hospital

Contact us


General enquiries: (02) 9858 7258

Opening hours


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


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Speech Pathology - Aged Care - Ryde


 What we do

Speech Pathologists provide assessment and management for communication and swallowing disorders. This includes:

  •  Swallowing disorders (dysphagia), including specialist objective swallowing assessment via Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES)
  •  Speech
  •  Language
  •  Cognitive-communication
  • Voice (including gender affirmation voice training)
  •  Laryngeal hypersensitivity/sensory dysfunction and chronic cough
  •  Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technology 

 What to bring

Images / scans       
Test results   
List of current medications  

 When to visit us

A visit to speech pathology is recommended for those who have any swallowing or communication problems.

  • New referrals must be:
  • Under 65 years of age
  • Resident of Ryde or Hunters Hill local government areas
  • Able to attend the hospital 

 How to visit us

Ryde Hospital provides 350 free car parking spaces spread across six car parks.


Speech Pathology outpatients is located on the ground floor of the Denistone House building at Ryde Hospital. Please note, if you are over 65 and seeing the CAReS (Community, Aged Care and Rehabilitation) service, this is located in a different building.


Ryde Hospital provides 350 car parking spaces spread across six car parks. The main carpark comprises both covered and open air parking spaces via Denistone Road. The other large capark is a covered carpark in the basement of the Graythwaite Rehabilitation Centre via Fourth Avenue. There is a patient drop-off zone outside the emergency department.

 Referral information

Self referral
GP referral
Nursing referral
Allied health referral
Medical referral


Please note we may recommend you seek an ear, nose and throat and/or respiratory specialist review prior to starting treatment.

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