The Clinic has two Diabetes Educators, Sharon Campbell and Pam Ling. They both liaise with the Doctors to provide practical advice for diabetics such as:
Education about the causes and effects of Diabetes.
Dietary and exercise advice.
Use of blood glucose monitoring equipment
The clinic is able to provide childhood immunisations according to the immunisation scheme. Our practice nurses have specific immunisation training. The clinic is able to notify The Australian Childhood Immunisation Register when a child is immunised, with parental consent.
Travel vaccinations are also available at the clinic. See our Travel Medicine page for further information.
Doctors at the clinic are all trained and experienced in performing minor surgical procedures including: Excision of skin lesions such as skin cancers, cysts and moles, insertion and removal of hormone and contraceptive implants, and repair of skin lacerations. Costs are associated with surgical procedures.
Our nurses are highly trained in the care of wounds.
We offer medical examinations for insurance, pre-employment, sporting activities including diving, licences etc. As these involve additional paperwork, please notify reception staff as extra time MUST be allocated for the doctor to attend to these medical examinations. Medical examinations are generally not covered by Medicare and the full account will be your responsibility.
Please also see our Occupational Medicine page for specialised medical examinations we can supply.
Chronic Disease Management plans support patients to receive additional assistance form their GP and potentially allied health services to assist with improving the condition or enabling the patient to manage their condition more effectively.
A chronic medical condition is one that has been (or is likely to be) present for six months or longer. Patients must be deemed eligible by their GP to be able to access this service. A booking of 30 minutes with our Chronic Disease Co-Ordinator will assist with the development of the plan and then will be reviewed and finalised by the GP. This service is currently bulk billed.
Examples of conditions (but not limited to) are:
You may not be aware that the clinic can offer more than general consultations. Many of the doctors have varying specialties and interests. Some of the services we can offer are:
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