Frequently Asked Questions
A – Some patients are bulk-billed. These include pensioners, children 16 years and younger and some health care card holders. Otherwise bulk-billling is at the discretion of the treating doctor. This situation can change without notice.
A – An after hour medical service is employed after the medical centre closes and they can be contacted by ringing the medical centre phone number.
A – All aspects are offered including infant feeding advice and immunization, workers compensation and travel medicine to name but a few services.
A – The doctors generally do home visits on patients known to them and who are unable to attend the practice if they live in the nearby area. This is at the discretion of the doctor.
A – If you feel you have an urgent need, mention this to the receptionist and ask them to transfer you to the nurse on duty for more attention.
A – Yes there is a pharmacy next to the medical centre waiting rooms for all chemist needs.
A – The medical centre has its own car park for 34 cars. There is also a bus stop just outside on Pinelands Road.