Gosford and Wyong Hospital Libraries

University staff and students based at, or on clinical placement with the Central Coast Local Health District are able to use Gosford and Wyong Hospital libraries. Visit the Gosford Hospital Library support page for services and resources available at the Gosford precinct.

Gosford Hospital Library

Level 7, Central Coast Clinical School & Research Institute (Building A)
77a Holden Street,
Gosford NSW 2250.

P: +61 2 4320 3370
F: +61 2 4320 3860
E: cclhd-libraries@health.nsw.gov.au

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday
8.30am to 5.00pm


PO Box 361
Gosford NSW 2250

Wyong Hospital Library

Education Centre
Wyong Hospital
664 Pacific Hwy,
Hamlyn Terrace NSW 2259

P: +61 2 4394 9022
F: +61 2 4394 9026
E: cclhd-libraries@health.nsw.gov.au

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday
8.30am to 5.00pm


PO Box 4200
Lakehaven NSW 2263

Contact details

Zoe Mathers
Teaching and Research Support Librarian 
Gosford Hospital Library
PH +61 2 4320 3853

Suzanne Lewis
Library Manager
Gosford Hospital Library
Ph. +61 2 4320 3856

Using CCLHD Libraries

CCLHD borrowing rights

University of Newcastle students are able to use their university student cards to borrow items from the library, with the same borrowing rights as stipulated by the university libraries.

UON and CCLHD network access

A CCLHD Stafflink account is issued to students on clinical placement and allows access to the CCLHD network. Stafflink accounts are monitored and managed by eHealth, not the University. Wifi access to the University of Newcastle network is available throughout the CCCSRI at Gosford Hospital; at Wyong Hospital students may access the University network via Eduroam.

University desktop computers are available for student use in the CCCSRI in the Student Hub (Level 6) and the Library (Level 7).

The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.