Looking for a fresh start?
NHS Australia are excited to announce the opening of our exclusive new clinic in Wyong.
As part of our motto of “working towards a healthier happier you” our new clinic will focus on your overall health and wellbeing.
Whether you have a family history of illness or you would simply like to know more about your health, we are offering comprehensive wellness checks for everyone.
These appointments will allow us up to 3 hours to thoroughly examine and test many vital functions using equipment such as ECG machine, lung spirometry, pulse oximetry, ABPI measuring device in addition to blood tests and a 3D body composition analyser.
After each check-up you will receive a comprehensive report detailing all the results we have compiled, along with a personalised health plan.
State of the Art Equipment
This includes 3d body composition scanner, ECG machine, Ankle Brachial Pressure Index measuring device, lung capacity assessment by spirometry and pulse oximetry
Personal Health Report
After each check-up you will receive a comprehensive report detailing all of the results we have compiled, along with a personalised health plan.
MBBS, MRCGP (UK), Dip Cardiology (UK), FRACGP
Dr George graduated in 2002 from Mahatma Gandhi University in India. He then moved to Scotland for Postgraduate training, working in General Medicine, Accident and Emergency as well as various other specialties for several years, gaining a broad range of experience.
Dr George then completed GP training and obtained MRCGP from Northern Deanery of Royal College of General Practitioners, and it was during his hospital training that the developed a special interest in Cardiology. He later obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Cardiology from the University of Westminster, London.
Having worked as a General Practitioner in Inverness-shire and Aberdeen-shire (Scotland) for a time, he moved to Australia in 2013 and has a keen interest in Internal medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Men’s health, Children’s health, Diabetes and Minor Surgery.
MBChB, MRCP (UK), MRCGP (UK), FRACGP
Dr Beattie graduated from Edinburgh University in 2004 and completed her hospital training at St George’s hospital in London where she obtained membership into the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) before deciding to pursue a career in general practice. Dr Beattie worked in both paediatrics and emergency medicine whilst obtaining membership in the Royal College of General Practitioners UK. In addition she has completed a diploma from the faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health in the UK.
Having been a general practitioner for ten years, Dr Beattie has special interests in Women and Childrens Health, Family Planning, Weight Loss, Diabetes and Asthma, Chronic Disease Management and Skin Cancer removals
CALL US ON 02 4353 0255 ORBOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT ONLINE
Choose a package that’s right for you
- BP check
- Body Mass Index measurement
- Pulse oximetry
- Blood glucose check
- Registered Nurse review
- Up to 30 min
Bronze package +
- Formal blood pathology
- Doctor review
- Up to 60 min
Silver package +
- 3D body composition analysis
- Peripheral Vascular Disease screen
- Spirometry to check lung function
- Up to 2hrs
- In-depth wellness check
- 3D body composition analysis
- Review with an accredited dietician and exercise physiologist
- Up to 3hrs
Chest X- Ray $60
Bone Mineral Density Scan $110
Fibroscan with liver Ultrasound $160
Wellness checks and Cancer awareness
3d Body scanner
Weight Management Clinic
Sexually Transmitted Diseases check
Falls prevention clinics
Pre Employment Medical
NHS Australia Wyong Information
Packages with fee
Bronze $99, Silver $299, Gold $699 and Platinum $999
Private Consultations with General Practitioner including
- Men’s and Women’s wellness and cancer awareness $199 up to 45 min
- Travel Medicine
- Sexual Health checks
Falls prevention clinic with Exercise Physiologist $99 up to 30 min
A 50% deposit is required to secure your appoinment
After Hours Services 6pm to 8pm
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Patients on work cover accepted
DNA Policy (Missed Appointments)
NHS Australia Medical Centre is committed to ensuring that the best possible service is provided to all Patients registered with the Practice. We understand that it can sometimes be difficult to get a routine appointment with a GP or Nurse however, one thing that makes this increasingly difficult to overcome is the problem of missed appointments ie DNAs.
It is disappointing when an appointment is not utilised when a Patient does not turn up and has not contacted the Practice to cancel the appointment in order for it to be allocated to another patient.
Patient non-attendance at a booked appointment adversely impacts on Practice staff and its Patients in the following manner:
The DNA Patient takes the appointment slot of another Patient who could have attended.
Increases waiting time for appointments.
The time and personnel required to follow-up and rebook DNA Patients diverts Practice staff from other duties and is therefore a waste of resources.
A DNA occurs when:
- an appointment is not attended;
- the Patient has not contacted the Practice minimum 3 hours in advance to cancel it or
- where the cancellation is so late that it makes it impossible to allocate that time to another Patient who needs treatment.
Due to the length of each appointment,100% of the fee will be charged if cancelled less than 24 hours prior to the appointment.
Avoid Becoming a DNA
If you cannot attend or no longer need an appointment, please let us know in advance.
We understand that mistakes do happen and that appointments can be forgotten or overlooked. In such cases, the Practice will take into account the reason given by Patients. However repeated offences are unacceptable.
Preference, of course, is for the Practice to know in advance so we can offer the appointments to other Patients in need.
If you need to cancel an appointment you can do this in any one of the following ways:
- In person at the Reception Desk
- Telephone: 02 4353 0255
- Online- only applies if the appointment was booked online
As a Practice we are doing our utmost to reduce DNAs as much as possible.
If you make an appointment over the telephone, we would suggest that Patients’ record/document the date and time in a way that can be easily accessed – in a diary, on a calendar or on a mobile phone.
It is the Patient’s responsibility to:
- Advise the Practice of any change to their contact details
- Attend their arranged clinic appointment or reschedule with reasonable advanced notice.
To help us improve the system and make more appointments available for Patients to book routinely, please adhere to our Practice Policy.
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