Caulfield Community Health Service (CCHS)


Who Can Access Services?

CCHS focuses on supporting people who live, work or study within the northern half of the City of Glen Eira and the eastern three quarters of the City of Stonnington.  Some services are also available for people from other areas.

Click here for the CCHS Catchment Map

Interpreters are available.

Assistance is available for people who have a visual or hearing impairment.

For further information and to access services contact Caulfield Access:

Phone: 9076 6776
Fax:     9076 6773
Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.00pm (excluding public holidays)

You are welcome to visit CCHS during business hours to find out more.


What is CCHS?

Caulfield Community Health Service (CCHS) is a comprehensive service consisting of centre, community and home based health professional services and health promotion activities to assist our community to improve and maintain its health.


CCHS is located within:

Ashley Ricketson Centre
Entry 2
Caulfield Hospital
260 Kooyong Road
Caulfield 3162
Phone: 9076 6666
Fax:     9076 4060

CCHS is open Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm (excluding public holidays)



CCHS receives funding from the Federal and State Governments. This funding is further supported by fees generated through the provision of services and by obtaining various philanthropic trusts and grants.

CCHS operates within Caulfield Hospital, a member of Alfred Health.

Key Contact People

John Ashfield
Caulfield Community Health Service
9076 6666

Belinda Brookes
Practice Leader
Caulfield Community Health Service
9076 6666


Care Planning

Caulfield Community Health Service (CCHS) is working in collaboration with the Department of Health, Inner South East Partnership in Community and Health (ISEPICH) and local Divisions of General Practice as part of the Plan, Do, Study, Act Model for Improvement project to enhance care for clients with chronic and complex conditions through improved systems of practice. The quality improvement focus involves improving care planning practice, particularly with general practice.

As of 1 July 2011, CCHS will utilise the Victorian Government developed Service Coordinated Tool Templates (SCTT) to create a care plan for all ongoing clients (unless sufficient Team Care Arrangement (TCA) documentation has been provided). Care plans will be generated at all new client assessments and reviewed in accordance with clinical need. Completed care plans and review documents will be communicated to GPs in the format of the SCTT Care Coordination Plan document.

CCHS can actively contribute to TCAs developed by GPs.

For more information on the Plan, Do, Study, Act Model for Improvement project:

For more information on Service Coordination Tool Templates:


General Information

9076 6666 / 9076 4060

Ashley Ricketson Building
260 Kooyong Rd,
Caulfield 3162,
(Entry 2
Caulfield Hospital)

Hours Of Service
Monday to Friday
8.30am - 5.00pm

(Some services may be available after normal business hours).

Outpatient Information
contact Caulfield Access
Ph : 9076 6776
Fax: 9076 6773