The Ballina/Clarence Oral Health Network provides free dental care to all children/and young people up to 18 years of age, as well as adults who are eligible Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession cardholders and permanently reside in the NNSW LHD.
The CHILD service provides routine dental examinations and general dental treatment to children 0-18 years of age.
The ADULT service offers general dental care, emergency relief of pain services, and assessment for dentures under the Pensioner Denture Scheme.
All people requesting oral health care must be assessed and registered through the Information System for Oral Health (ISOH), using a 1300 number to a central call centre. The Priority Oral Health Care Program ensures that people requiring care are seen in order of need as well as socio-economic and other risk factors.
Clinics are located in Tweed Heads, East Murwillumbah, Mullumbimby, Pottsville, Goonellabah, Nimbin, Casino, Ballina, Maclean, Grafton and Yamba.
Phone 1300 651 625 to register. You must have a current Medicare Card before proceeding, and adults need a current Health Care Card or Pension Card.
47 Duke St,Grafton NSW 2460
Community Health - Maclean Hospital,21 Union St,Maclean NSW 2463
175 Queen StGRAFTON NSW 2460, Australia
Entry is free and it is available for non-profit groups and organisations.