Our Doctors provide quality care using evidence based best practice and use a holistic approach with our patients.
We offer a wide range of medical services that cater to a variety of health concerns and conditions. We have several practice nurses who in collaboration with our Doctors help support you
through your health journey.
Currently our Doctors and Nurses are working hard in order to keep our patients and community safe. We run vaccination clinics for our patients which clinic both first and second doses and a booster. These can be booked online through our HotDoc app.
Chronic Disease Care Plans
Chronic Disease Management plans are for patients with conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. A plan is designed to meet your personal health needs and helps you manage your condition and reduce related risks. Our Registered Nurses and Allied Health Professionals can work in partnership with you and your GP to create your care plan.
Mental Health Care Plans
Our GP’s can provide support and help you access specialised mental health support through a individual management plan. These help provide a more cost effective approach and allow ongoing support through your GP and a psychologist.
Our Registered Nurses have specialist training in asthma care. Our nurses will work with you and your GP to measure lung function via spirometry tests; identify triggers for asthma; then organise a care plan and treatment that’s best suited to your particular needs. Our nurses also provide care for those with COPD and other lung conditions in conjunction with the patient’s GP.
Our registered nurses will be able help you to understand Diabetes and how to best manage it. Our nurses will work with you and your GP to provide the best treatment that matches your particular needs. They will ensure you receive best practice diabetes care including blood tests, foot checks, blood pressure checks, BMI readings, cholesterol tests, medication reviews, self-care education, referral for eye checks and podiatry care.
These are available with Medicare rebates for some populations: people aged 75+; those aged 45-49 with a risk for chronic disease; Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders; 40-49 year olds with high risk for diabetes; people with an intellectual disability; 3 & 4 year olds receiving their 4 year old immunisations. A number of our Registered Nurses and Allied Health Professionals can work with you in conjunction with your GP to conduct a health assessment to identify any health risks or other care needs and organise any follow-up care required.
Our practice stocks all the routine scheduled childhood immunisations. Our nurses and doctors provide a non judgemental, caring and comfortable environment to ensure both you and your children are at ease. If you have questions regarding vaccines or being immunised please feel free to make an appointment to discuss this with a doctor or nurse. Alternatively you may call and ask to speak with a nurse over the phone. Our nurses are qualified immunisers and happy to discuss your queries.
Patients require a doctors appointment and an appointment with one of our nurses. Our Registered Nurses have special training in travel medicine which is a Yellow Fever Accredited Practice. Our Doctors help you identify risks and how to manage them for your particular destination and planned activities. Consultations cover issues such as immunisations, protecting against disease carrying insects, deep vein thrombosis, traveller’s diarrhoea, food & water hygiene, rules for taking medications overseas, etc. Even travellers to lower risk destinations like Europe can benefit from health & safety information. Ideally, make an appointment at least 4 weeks before you are due to leave, but any time is better than no time.
We have also provided some links to other sites that you may find helpful and informative.
The NSW Immunisation Schedule
Measles, Mumps, Rubella decision making guide
Disease fact sheets
Royal Children’s Hospital immunisation fact sheets
CDC vaccine safety