Brewarrina Aboriginal Medical Service
Keep the Mozzies Away
Snake Bite Information
With recent positive Covid cases within the community we remind you to be vigilant with self-care.
- Maintain social distancing.
- Practice hand sanitising.
- Wear masks if you are unwell or concerned.
- Stay home if you have respiratory symptoms.
We encourage clients to wear a mask or have phone consults, particularly if they display symptoms.
Supplies of masks, sanitisers and rat tests will be available at the front entrance of the Clinic.
Thanks and stay safe,
Covid 19 and Public Health Newsletter 22.12.2022
Changes to household or close contact rules - 26/04/2022
ABC News - Remote Aboriginal Medical Services mobilise rapid testing drives as COVID spreads west
Discussion Exercise Video - COVID-19 in a Regional Aboriginal Community
COVID-19 Weekly Update - 12th June 2020
Important COVID-19 Notice
Travel Restrictions Fact Sheet
The Aboriginal Health Television network (AHTV) has been inundated with questions regarding COVID-19. To help answer them and fulfil our goal which is to assist you in increasing the health knowledge of your communities, we have produced 25 videos about COVID-19 to play on AHTV screens. These videos address the most frequently asked questions and are presented by Dr Norman Swan.
Because you are currently a part of the AHTV network you will have access to the AHTV Coronavirus Resource Centre. We’ve uploaded the 25 videos to there so that staff and patients can access them online. If you, your staff or family members have any questions which aren’t covered please send them directly to me and Dr Swan will try to answer them. We are filming these updates weekly.
Below is a link to the website should you wish to access more information:
Aboriginal Health TV - Coronavirus
We also recommend you listen to the ABC’s “Coronacast” podcast hosted by Norman. This podcast breaks down the latest news and research to help you understand how the world is living through a pandemic:
Stay safe my people, look out for one another especially our elders!
How to Explain Coronavirus to Kids
Explaining Coronavirus to Kids
Wash your hands - Video 1
Wash your hands - Video 2
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions - IAHP & COVID-19
Health Is Life Is Health
The Brewarrina Aboriginal Medical Service (BAMS) services the town of Brewarrina and the surrounding communities and small towns in the area, providing not only health care but also programs which focus on Aboriginal culture, youth, education, housing and all aspects of life in a remote rural community for Aboriginal people.
BAMS is auspiced by the Walgett Aboriginal Medical Service Limited (WAMS) who accepted an invitation from the NSW Department of Health to oversee the running of the service to maintain a well disciplined Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (ACCHO).
NSW Aboriginal Health Partnership Agreement 2015 - 2025
BAMS Patient Information Brochure
WAMS Privacy Statement
Open: Monday to Thursday 8.30 am to 5 pm and Friday 8.30 am to 4 pm