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Free health care for young people

The Bellingen Youth Clinic is where young people can come for private & confidential medical advice and treatment.

Our doctors, psychologists, social & youth workers provide support with all kinds of health & personal issues.

Thursday 2.00pm – 5.30pm

Private, with a caring, non-judgemental health professional

Health care & support

General health, sexual health, mental health & wellbeing. Support with personal problems or issues.

Make an appointment

Book on 6655 1121 or info@belloyouthub.net. Or drop in on a Thursday & book in at reception

Help with all kinds of issues

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Clinic appointments are completely free – they are all bulk-billed

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Everything is private and confidential
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You can make an appointment over the phone on 02 6655 1121
  • You can also come in to the Hub and Carmen our receptionist will organise a time for you that day


The doctors and workers can help you with health issues including general, mental and sexual health.
 They can also help to support you in a crisis, including issues with family, bullying, drugs & alcohol and school.


The Clinic team:


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Will listen and are easy to talk to

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Will work to make you feel comfortable

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Are non-judgemental and caring


The Clinic Team

Friendly, caring & non-judgemental, the Clinic team can help you with a variety of issues.
Dr Alayne Simon
Dr Alayne SimonGeneral Practitioner (GP)
Jill Hely
Jill HelyPsychologist
Dr Gull Herzberg
Dr Gull HerzbergGeneral Practitioner (GP)
Andrew Tootell
Andrew TootellSocial Worker
Carmen Nichols
Carmen NicholsReceptionist
Eliza Zunuso & Magda Pomroy
Eliza Zunuso & Magda PomroyYouth Workers

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re under 16 years of age, you’ll need the number of the Medicare card you are listed on (you can get this from your parent or guardian) and also the number against your name on the card.

If you’re over 16, you’ll need your own Medicare card. If you don’t have one, talk to Carmen, our receptionist, or one of the BSYS youth workers and they can help you get the paperwork.

You have a right to have your medical information kept safe and confidential. It may be that any of these people are aware of your visit, but doctors will protect your privacy – they don’t have to disclose what they talked about with you.

One of the Clinic’s social workers or youth workers can go to the Bellingen pharmacy with you, and the pharmacists are able to help you with any questions as well.

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