We are a team committed to providing long term comprehensive, professional care to all our patients and visitors in a caring and happy environment.
Our practice has high standards and is proud that we have been accredited by the Australian General Practice Accreditation Ltd (AGPAL) since the inception of practice accreditation.
Our surgery premises are purpose built and are disabled friendly with easy access via a ramp at the front entrance and double doors at ground level at the rear (press bell for staff to attend).
We have off street parking at the side and rear of the building and there is a council car park diagonally across from the surgery.
As of Monday 30th March we are no longer seeing patients in practice except where absolutely necessary. Telehealth consultations will be offered to all patients, Doctors and Allied Health will call you to discuss your symptoms. We are trying to keep our doctors, allied health and staff healthy and safe.
Please remember social distancing is important for your parents, grandparents and those with illnesses.
COVID 19 - Please be aware that the surgery looks different, chairs have been spaced as per social distancing advice, the toys and magazines are temporarily gone, our doctors are working differently to their normal routine, our reception staff are taking longer to book your appointment as we need to triage every patient. We are doing everything possible to keep the practice safe for YOU, our patients. Your patience and understanding through these next few months is appreciated.
COVID 19 Symptoms
The COVID 19 Symptoms are as below:
* Are you experiencing shortness of breath, new cough or fever?
* Have you travelled overseas in the past 14 days?
* Have you had contact with a confirmed case of COVID 19?
* Are you a health care worker with flu like symptoms?
Otherwise you don't qualify for testing.
Flu Vaccines are expected to be available from Late April 2020.
The effectiveness of the Flu Vaccine last for 90 - 120 days. Patients are NOT permitted to have more than one flu vaccine per year.
The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone from six months of age, but is available free under the National Immunisation Program for people who face a high risk from influenza and its complications. These are:
* People aged 65 years and over
* Aboriginal and Torres Strait people aged six months to less than five years
* Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are aged 15 years and over
* Pregnant women
* People aged six months and over with medical conditions such as severe asthma, lung or heart disease, low immunity or diabetes that can lead to complications from influenza.
To receive your influenza vaccination, visit your local doctor or immunisation provider.
All of our Doctors, Nurses, Allied Health Professionals and administration staff participate in continuing education so that we can provide you with the most up to date care.
Check with your GP to make sure your’ve had all the appropriate immunisations before your departure.
The practice has been recording patient medical records in digital format since 2006. This enables the doctor to upload a Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) as part of the Medicare Australia eHealth program when our patient has registered for this service.
We are also able to register you for eHealth here - ask at reception to find out how.
Or you can register yourself at
Appointments and Billing
This is a private practice and an appointment is needed to see a doctor or nurse. Patients are charged a fee for the service provided and this is payable at the time of the service.
We bulk bill most services for patients who have a valid pension or Veterans' card.
We are able to offer Medicare refunds to a patient's bank account for those who have registered their bank account details with Medicare, or who have a debit card .
Book an appointment online through Appointuit
You are never to old to be immunised.
Please contact our surgery today to discuss your immunisation status with your doctor!
- Chickenpox (Varicella)
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Hib (Haemophilus influenzae type b)
- Human papillomavirus (HPV)
- Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR)
- Rabies/Australian bat lyssavirus
- Tetanus, diphtheria, whooping cough (pertussis)
- Shingles (Zoster)
Some of these vaccines are provided free for particular groups.
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