Wodonga West Medical Clinic is focussed on providing specialist training opportunities for the new generation of doctors. Our clinic provides a tailored educational program for the individual learning needs for our medical practitioners to upskill in the speciality of General Practice. We work in conjunction with our local training provider Murray City Country Coast GP Training (MCCC) to facilitate ongoing placements for GPT1/2 and GPT3/4 positions. We currently have two GP supervisors (Dr William Walton and Dr Douglas Colwell) who provide focused and formalised training and supervision.
If you would like to know more about the training opportunities at WWMC, please phone our Practice Manager Rechelle Smullen on (02) 6056 2447 or email email@example.com for a confidential discussion.
From time to time our clinic hosts 5th and 6th year medical students from the University of NSW Rural Clinical School. The students are provided with opportunities to learn for our fully qualified General Practitioners to assist with their studies.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
If you are feeling unwell, please phone reception on (02) 6056 2447 prior to attending the clinic and you will be triaged accordingly. Please DO NOT come into the clinic if you are experiencing flu like symptoms.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 our clinic has been offering telephone and video consultations to our patients. These consultations are particularly offered to the following groups:
For the protection of our staff and other patients, our staff are required to triage all patients when booking any appointment.
To shield our patients, staff and the wider community, we have instigated a number of procedures to facilitate the social distancing measures implemented by the Australian Government. These include:
As seating is limited in the clinic, we request that you do not bring additional family with you to the clinic unless they will form part of the consultation. If you have any question regarding COVID-19, please phone DHHS COVID-19 Hotline on 1800 675 398
Face masks are required to be worn in the clinic unless you have a valid exemption