We are a COVID vaccination provider

STEP 1 - Check your eligibility -

if you are eligible for current phase go to STEP 2

STEP 2 - call us to book into one of the COVID vaccine clinics. (please do not make online booking for FLU or COVID vaccination)

STEP 3 - Please read the information about available COVID vaccine ( BEFORE & AFTER ) so you well informed about the vaccine , its side effects and what to expect. You will be required to sign a informed consent once you have understood the information. Please book a separate appointment if you are unsure and would like to discuss it further with our doctors.

Use the COVID-19 vaccine side effects symptom checker if you have concerns about any symptoms after your vaccine. The checker is also available through the National Coronavirus Helpline, 1800 020 080, 24 hours a day

Update 05/12/2021 - We are accepting face to face appointments at the practice premises for patients double vaccinated for COVID. However please make tele-health / phone appointments if you have any flu like symptoms or awaiting vaccination (check eligibility with our  reception staff). If you are still waiting to be vaccinated, please ensure a negative COVID swab can be produced within 48 hours to make face to face appointments**. This is to ensure safety  and health of all patients and our staff. Please note that due to ever changing conditions, our policy update may not be reflected immediately on the website (please call our staff to ensure you are updated) **policy under review

Update (30/06/2020) - We are accepting face to face appointments at the practice premises . However please make tele-health / phone appointments if you have any flu like symptoms.


Update (3/4/2020) - We are up and running with our ONLINE BOOKINGS - Telehealth only . You can now also book via HotDoc.


Update (29/03/2020) -  We are relieved that as per announcements made by government authorities most Telehealth consultation can be bulk billed from 30/03/2020. Thanks for your patience.


Update (26/3/2020) - We aim to provide most consults via Telehealth unless deemed necessary for face to face consultation after phone / video consult and  triage by the doctor. If you a new patient and have not been seen  at our surgery in last 3 years, you will be required to download; sign and email  us back the Patient Information Form before a Telehealth consultation can be initiated. Thanks for your cooperation and understanding during these difficult times.

Important  COVID-19 update (20/03/2020) - Our opening hours have changed - Please be advised that as of today, we will be closed on Saturdays till further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.


Due to the current circumstances with the coronavirus pandemic, we had to take some difficult but important decisions to protect our staff and the more vulnerable in our community. From 19th March 2020 , we will be doing more stringent triaging and ensuring patients meet criteria for face to face consult. We will offer phone / tele-health consults (video) for those who do not meet criteria for face to face consultation. The phone / tele-health consults will be either bulk-billed (if you meet medicare criteria**) or pre-paid ($40) (if you don't meet medicare criteria**). Thanks for your patience and understanding during these difficult times. We aim to work together with the community to get through this hardship. 

Please note some services including phone consults may not be covered by Medicare - please check with our reception staff before booking appointment

** (not applicable from 30/03/2020)

Medicare criteria for bulk billing phone / tele-health consults - (reproduced from MBS online 19/3/2020 12:00 pm)

Vulnerable/isolated patients are those where at least one of the following apply:

(a) the person has been diagnosed with COVID-19 virus but who is not a patient of a hospital; or
(b) the person has been required to isolate themselves in quarantine in accordance with home isolation guidance issued by Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC); or
(c) the person is considered more susceptible to the COVID-19 virus being a person who is:

      • (i) at least 70 years old; or
        (ii) at least 50 years old and is of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent; or
        (iii) is pregnant; or
        (iv) is a parent of a child under 12 months; or
        (v) is already under treatment for chronic health conditions or is immune compromised; or

(d) the person meets the current national triage protocol criteria for suspected COVID-19 infection.

changes (16/3/2020) - Changes include that the 'usual GP' was expanded to include where there has been a face to face attendance in the previous 12 months with the practitioner or at the practice. The 'need for a limited examination' was removed from the GP and Other Medical Practitioner items.