Health Services

Moora boasts a comprehensive Health Service that forms part of the Wheatbelt Region of the WA Country Health Service.

  • The Moora District Health Service is comprised of a Hospital, A Frail Aged Lodge, Home Support Services, Meals on Wheels and Allied and community Health Services.
  • A new 20 bed hospital comprising 12 acute and 8 High Care Residential beds has been recently completed.
  • The hospital is supported by 4 doctors who operate from a modern privately owned medical centre.
  • Visiting specialist service include: General surgery, gynaecology and psychiatry.
  • Allied Health Services available include Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Podiatry.
  • Community Health Services include Aboriginal Health, Child Health, School Health and Health Promotion.
  • 9 Low Care Residential beds are available at the Moora Frail Aged Lodge.
  • Meals and Wheels are provided from the hospital five days per week and this can be extended to weekends when required.
  • A home visiting nurse services Moora and the surrounding area 3 days per week and a wide variety of home support services are offered to maintain aged residents in their own home.
  • Adjacent to the lodge are 18 independent living units (a mix of single and double) run by the Homes for the Aged committee.
  • A visiting dentist provides a part time service and the Department of Health's dental van visits schools on a regular basis.
  • A pharmaceutical service is provided by a well stocked, privately owned local pharmacy.

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