Our broad range of services covers all your needs
NHS Australia Medical Centre is a full service general practice, providing an exceptional level of care to patients with acute and chronic conditions.
We have both male and female Doctors available, who are committed to looking after your health. With a fully equipped treatment room within our medical facility, we perform skin cancer checks and minor surgery on-site.
We’re also proud to be part of a professional health network, and can refer you to highly qualified specialists whenever necessary.
We believe in a holistic approach to medicine and will thoroughly investigate all areas of your current and past medical history. Our aim is to always put your health first and strive for the healthiest possible version of you.
Chronic disease management
Management of chronic or terminal conditions
Protect, promote and maintain good health and wellbeing
Vaccinations, risk-assessments and international prescriptions
Assessments, medical certificates and ongoing return to work plans
Weight checks, hormonal tests, prescriptions and wellness plans
Conception, antenatal checks, pregnancy health, post natal checks
Contraception, breast checks, hormonal imbalances, menopause concerns
Men’s health assessments, prostate checks, mental health, heart health
Age appropriate health checks, acute and chronic illness, immunisations
Contraception, STI checks, sexual dysfunction, mental health
Skin Checks & Minor Surgery
Skin cancer checks, incisions, repair of lacerations, removal of foreign bodies
Geriatric medicine, Multiple medical conditions, preventative treatments
Childhood age immunisations, travel vaccinations, adult immunisations
Mental health disorders, eating disorders, anxiety and depression
Nutritional medicine and advice to treat a variety of chronic and acute conditions
Exercise for the prevention and management of diseases and injuries
To book an appointment, please call us on 4399 1755 or use our fast and convenient online booking system. Standard consultations last for 10 minutes, so please advice our reception staff if you think you require a longer appointment time, or select a long consultation when booking online. First time patients will require a longer appointment so our doctors can familiarise themselves with your medical history. We will always endeavour to find you a suitable appointment time with your preferred doctor, however please be aware that emergencies will be given priority. If your appointment time is affected for any reason, our staff will ensure every effort is made to contact you.
You will receive an SMS reminder 24 hours prior to your appointment time. If you are unable to attend your appointment for any reason, please let us know as soon as possible so we can reschedule and allow patients on our waiting list to be seen.
Your Medicare details, personal details and medical history is stored by the centre using highly secure, encrypted software. If you have any concerns about your privacy, please speak to our reception staff.
If you are waiting for results of pathology tests, you will be notified immediately of any significant abnormal test results, and an appointment will be made for you to see your Doctor. For all other results, we encourage you to book an appointment to discuss your results.
Prescriptions and referrals
You will need to see your Doctor before you can be given a new prescription or a repeat prescription. You are also required to see your Doctor for all specialist referrals and renewed referrals. This is so we can monitor your progress and adjust your treatment plan if necessary.