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Child Health Centres

Child Health and Parenting Service provides opportunities for new families to network with other services within the community

Local Child and Family Health Nurses offer child health and development checks at the following recommended ages: 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 8 weeks, 4-6 months, 12 months, 2 years and Healthy Kids Checks.

There is also a GP medical check at 6 weeks.

These checks appear in the 'blue book' which is given to new parents at the birth of their child.

The checks are important as babies grow rapidly and minor difficulties can become serious health or developmental problems if left.

Child and Family Health Nurses offer parent information on many topics including: child health and development, practical parenting tips, nutrition, breastfeeding, sleep and settling, communication, play and safety, nutrition, oral health, post natal depression, fathering, balancing work and family life, play, injury prevention, SIDS and immunisation.

Child Health Centres - Northern Tasmania (click to view details)

Beaconsfield
Bicheno
Bridport
Campbell Town
City (Launceston)
Deloraine 
Flinders Island 
George Town
Hadspen
Kings Meadows
Longford
Mowbray
Newstead
Perth
Ravenswood
Riverside
ScottsdaleSt Helens
St Mary's
Summerhill
Swansea
Westbury

Child Health Centres - North West Tasmania (click to view details)

Acton
Burnie
Burnie (Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre) 
Currie (King Island) 
Devonport
East Devonport
Latrobe 
Penguin 
Queenstown 
Rosebery
Sheffield
Smithton
Strahan
Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, Burnie
Ulverstone

Wynyard
Zeehan

Child Health Centres - Southern Tasmania (click to view details)

Aboriginal Centre (Moonah)
Bothwell
Bridgewater / Brighton
Bruny Island
Claremont
Clarence (Bayfield Street)
Cygnet
Dover
Geeveston
Glenorchy
North Hobart
South Hobart
Howrah
Huon
Kingston
Lauderdale
Lenah Valley
Lindisfarne
Moonah
New Norfolk
Nubeena
Oatlands
Risdon Vale
Sandy Bay
Snug
Sorell
Triabunna

How to contact us or make a booking

To make an appointment with a Child and Family Health Nurse, call 1300 064 544 or contact your regional office and your call will be directed to the nearest available service:

Burnie

11 Jones Street
Phone: (03) 6477 7056

Devonport

23 Steele Street
Phone: (03) 6477 7056

Hobart

Gellibrand House, St Johns Park, New Town 
Phone: 1300 064 544

Launceston

3-5 Wellington Street
Phone: 1300 064 544

The Parenting Line is also available at any time to assist parents with stressful parenting issues or concerns. Phone 1300 808 178.

Service Eligibility

Child Health and Parenting Service provides support to families with children 0 - 5 years of age.

Referrals are not necessary, Child Health and Parenting Service staff will make contact with you after receiving the birth notification from the midwifery services soon after the birth of your child.

Information relating to Child Health Centres is contained in the Personal Health Record ('Blue Book') that you received at the birth of your baby.

Cost Information

There is no fee for services provided by the Child Health and Parenting Service at Child Health Centres in Tasmania.

Administrative Phone Number

North Phone: (03) 6777 1322
North West Phone: (03) 6477 7056
South Phone: 1300 064 544