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Cranebrook Community Health Facility

Cranebrook CHF Contact Information
Street Address Cnr Laycock Street and Borrowdale Way, Cranebrook
Telephone (02) 4730 5100
Referrals and Requests for Service  1800 222 608
Central Intake Service
Postal Address  Cnr Laycock Street and Borrowdale Way, Cranebrook 
Hours of Service Monday to Friday,
8.30am to 5pm

Outline of Cranebrook Community Health Service

Cranebrook Community Health Centre provides a range of services to children, young people and their families. Services range from health promotion, prevention and early detection to assessment and treatment. Community Health staff work in partnership with schools, GPs, hospitals, non-government agencies and other organisations to provide care at the Community Health Centre, in people’s homes or in other venues, such as Early Childhood (Baby Health) Centres and schools.

Services we Provide

Child and Family Health Nursing including home visiting for all new parents, Early Childhood Health clinics, support with infant feeding and parenting, developmental screening and parenting groups. There is a focus on Aboriginal families with children aged under 5 years across the Penrith LGA through the Building Strong Foundations program.

  • Counselling services for children, young people, families and adults
  • Speech Pathology for children
  • Occupational Therapy for children
  • Playgym

Health Consumers best Served by this Community Health Facility

Children and families living or attending preschool/ school in the Penrith local government area

Appointment Requirements

Contact the Central Intake Service on 1800 222 608

Referral Requirements

No referral is required

Geographical Area Served

Penrith Local Government Area


Clients must live, work or attend school/preschool in the Penrith local government area

Eligibility Age Range

For Counselling and Child and Family Health Nursing services – no age restrictions

For Speech Pathology and Occupational Therapy services, children must be aged under 8 years and not have a moderate or more severe developmental disability

For Playgym, children must be aged between 2 and 5 years


Accessible by bus with ample parking.

Disability Facilities

Limited parking, level access, toilet

Related Services


Smoke Free Policy

All our hospitals and health campuses are smoke free. Smoking anywhere on the grounds may result in a $300 fine.

All Community Health Facilities





Tuesday, 23 February 2021 10:34:13 AM