What we do
- General consultations
- Skin checks
- Pap smear
- Sexual health
- Women’s health
- Travel vaccines & Immunisations
- Chronic disease management
- Children’s health, including immunisations and nutrition
- Men’s health
- Diet and lifestyle advice
- Cosmetic medicine
- Weight management
- Work cover Injuries
- Employment and insurance medicals
- Minor surgery
- Blood collection
- Health assessments
- Shared Maternity Care
The clinic also offers the following visiting services on a part time basis:
What is the cost
Our clinic is not a bulk billing practice, and all clients pay a gap beyond the Medicare refund. This varies according to the complexity of the services, length of appointment, procedures performed and time of consultation (after hours).
Bulk billing applies only to:
- Veterans’ Affairs card holders
- Patients over 75 years of age
- Pension card holders
- Patients having routine blood tests
- Patients having routine immunisations
How to make an appointment
Please ring (03) 5558 6088 for an appointment.
Monday to Friday : 8.30 am to 5.30pm
Saturday Mornings: 9.30am to 11.30am
(emergency appointments only)
Blood Collection Services:
Monday to Friday: 8.30am to 10.00am
Please note that despite our best intentions, we sometimes run late, this could be because someone required unexpected urgent attention. Our receptionists will attempt to contact you if there is any unforeseen delay with your appointment.
We understand that complex health issues or emotional difficulties may require extra time with your doctor and longer appointment times are available. Please advise at time of making the appointment if you require a longer appointment. Please note that longer appointments should also be booked for a re-employment or an insurance medical.
If more than one member of your family wishes to see the doctor at the same time, please ensure that a separate appointment is made for each family member. Urgent cases will be seen on the day.