In an emergency, always call triple zero (000). It’s a free call from any phone, mobile or phone box.

For other urgent medical issues, go to an Emergency Department.

Our Emergency Departments are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week:

NNSWLHD Director Clinical Operations Lynne Weir, Premier Chris Minns, Member for Lismore Janelle Saffin, Federal Member for Richmond Justine Elliot walk outside Tweed Valley Hospital emergency department

Official from: 
Chris Minns, Premier of New South Wales
and Ryan Park, Minister for Health, Minister for Regional Health

The Espie family, mum holding new baby, with midwifery staff sitting on a couch

A baby boy born to Tweed Shire locals, the Espie family, has secured a place in history, becoming the first baby born at the new Tweed Valley Hospital, coming into the world at 8.53pm on 14 May, the hospital’s opening day.  

Tweed Valley Hospital pictured from above

Health staff are finalising arrangements to transfer Tweed Hospital patients and services across to the new $723.3 million state of the art Tweed Valley Hospital in Cudgen, which is opening on Tuesday 14 May 2024.

Aerial shot over Mullumbinby with text that reads BreastScreen NSW is coming to Mullmbimby

The mobile breast screening van will be in Mullumbimby from 13 May to 23 May 2024.

rural fields with cows


We often think of the farm equipment, technology or advice we might need to invest in to make our farms and businesses more profitable.

photograph of a rainbow over Tweed Hospital, with text overlay 'The Tweed Hospital, 26 April 2024'

As preparations for the move to the new Tweed Valley hospital ramp up with less than a month to go, health staff and community members will have the opportunity to say a fond farewell to the old Tweed Hospital.

BreatScreen van is coming to New Brighton

The mobile breast screening van will be returning to New Brighton this year to offer free screening mammograms to local women in the area.

girl smiles with arms outstretched, wearing Go4Fun t-shirt

Families in NSW can access support to build healthy habits together, plus tips and assistance with getting active, healthy eating and wellbeing.  

Gym weight rack with older man sitting using dumbells

Older Australians in Northern New South Wales are being encouraged to get physically active this April, to help build their strength and maintain their independence.