Hospital and patient information

Benalla Health staff are trained to provide you with a high standard of care. They have the experience and understanding to assist you in answering any questions you may have regarding your planned or emergency admission.

If you have any questions at all relating to your admission, please contact the staff in the Ward to which you are to be admitted or phone (03) 5761 4222


The following changes are in place for our health service (as of 11.59pm 3 June 2021)

  • Morrie Evans Wing will not be allowed visitors except for end of life reasons
  • Hospitals visitors only allowed if it is for patients on end of life, a parent accompanying a child or to support a partner giving birth

Mask wearing:

People aged 12 years old and over must wear a fitted face mask indoors and outdoors (except at private residences), unless an exception applies. 

Face masks are strongly recommended indoors in private residences (when you have visitors to your home under the permitted reasons, for example when receiving medical care) 


The Benalla Health Fever Clinic is open from Monday to Friday from 9.30 to 6pm and Saturday and Sunday from 1.30pm to 3.30pm. It is located outside the Urgent Care Centre. 

We encourage people to book for a test prior to coming to the fever clinic, which will help reduce waiting times. This can be done by phoning for an appointment on (03) 5761 4284.

You are also asked to register before your COVID-19 test by going to the QR code below. This will make information collection faster.

This QR code will direct you to a Testing registration site to fill in an online form before your COVID-19 test. Once you have filled in the form, you will get a unique registration number, which can be used by authorised staff at the testing site to access your information securely. This will improve the testing experience.

The details you provide will be available when you arrive at any COVID-19 testing site that uses the testing registration form for 90 days. Registration is available to anyone who is 18 years or older and has an Australian mobile phone number.

Visit the Testing registration page to fill in the online form.