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Opioid treatment service (Wruwallin clinic)

 

Overview

The Opioid treatment service, run by the Canberra Hospital, aims to minimise the harms related to opioid use.

People wanting to start the program are assessed to determine suitability for treatment. This involves taking a history and conducting a physical examination.

Fees apply to clients receiving opioid maintenance treatment however exemptions may be provided to:

Abstract adapted from Canberra Hospital and Health Services

Contacts

Canberra Hospital and Health Services
Building 7, level 2
Yamba Drive
Garran ACT 2605
Ph: (02) 6207 9977
Fax: (02) 6205 2611

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Last updated: 24 March 2016
 
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