Kay Van Norton Centre for Wellbeing, Mater Hospital. 11 Gillies Street Wollstonecraft NSW 2065

HeadwayHealth’s consulting rooms at the Mater Hospital are situated in the Kay Van Norton Centre for Wellbeing at The Mater Hospital, North Sydney.  The new Centre is located in a beautifully renovated federation house beside the Patricia Richie Cancer Centre, and is open from Monday to Thursday 9am to 4pm.  The Centre offers a wide array of multidisciplinary and complementary services to support patients and carers who have receiving care for cancer, including Clinical Psychology, Exercise Physiology, Dietetics, Lymphedema Therapy, Reflexology, Massage, Yoga, and Acupuncture.  There are also complimentary refreshments and a cancer support resource library.

All patients receiving services through HeadwayHealth are welcome to access Psychology Services at the Centre.

The Centre is located at 11 Gillies Street Wollstonecraft NSW 2065. Free timed parking is available on local streets, and ticketed hospital parking is accessed via the main entrance of the Mater Hospital or The Poche Centre.

Please allow extra time to complete your COVID screening through the main entrance of the Mater Hospital.

The Centre of Wellbeing is accessed via a side entrance, and it is easy to locate by following signs to the Patricia Ritchie Centre as we are located in the federation cottage next door.

If you are driving along the Pacific Highway from the north shore, please turn right into Rocklands Road, and left into Gillies Road. If you are arriving from Pacific Highway from the south, the hospital is only 12 minutes drive from central Sydney, and requires a left hand turn into Rocklands Road.

For any help locating the Centre on the day, please call (02) 02 9923 7246.  All other bookings and enquiries are managed through HeadwayHealth on (02) 9453 3027 or info@headwayhealth.com.au.

 

 

The original cottage was purchased for the Mater in 2006 by The Bill and Patricia Ritchie Foundation. In 2020 the cottage was refurbished to become the Mater Centre for Wellbeing through the generosity of Kay Van Norton Poche AO.