We have an extensive list of specialised medical equipment including:
A home visit service is available, at the discretion of the treating doctor, to existing regular patients when their condition prevents them from being able to attend the Clinic. New patients that have not attended our clinic previously will be unable to access this service
Arrangements for a home visit need to be made in advance and approved by the treating doctor. Please phone reception to discuss your needs.
Results can be obtained by a follow up appointment or by phoning between 3pm and 4pm weekdays to speak to the nurse. Please do not assume the Clinic will contact you about all test results. It is the patient’s responsibility to follow up on test results. The nurse is unable to analyse results and can only give out results that have been viewed by the doctor.
All patient results are treated as strictly confidential all of our staff are required to confirm your identity prior to discussing any personal information. Results can only be given to the patient concerned, unless consent has been given.
Patients are automatically enrolled for recalls at this clinic.
Recalls that we monitor include:
We also participate in government reminder systems such as the Childhood Immunisation Register and the Pap Smear Register.
If you would prefer NOT to be added please let reception know.
Our reception team can assist in arranging interpreter services for any patient requiring assistance. Please let the receptionist know when making your appointment.
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