If you have any questions or enquiries please feel free to contact us on the following details provided below or alternatively please complete our online enquiry form also located below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
IMPORTANT: This contact form is for NON-URGENT general enquiries only and is not suitable for medical enquiries or booking appointments.
03 5981 1000
You can make an appointment with a doctor by phoning the surgery on 5981 1000.
We also offer online appointment bookings which can be made 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Due to the developing COVID-19 pandemic and advice from the Department of Health, our practice will be making some significant changes to our appointment bookings and on-site access.
Our priority remains to continue providing quality healthcare service to our community and ensuring the safety of our patients who would be at significant risk of COVID-19.
We are encouraging all our patients who would be at significant risk of COVID-19 to book Telehealth Consultations .
To protect other patients, doctors and staff, Please do not book a face to face appointment online if you
Please advise our friendly reception team so we can organize a telehealth consultation for you.
Please note that not all available appointments are published on-line. Click the links on our website to continue to on-line booking. If you’d like to see a doctor at another time or have a preference for seeing a specific doctor please call us on 03 5981 1000.
New Patients New patients with existing medical problems may also require a long appointment. If you are a new patient, please arrive earlier for the entry of your details. It is also important that when you arrive for your consultation, you register at the Reception Desk and ensure that all your details are all up to date. This will prevent unnecessary waiting.
Interpreters Our doctors are multilinguistic and can consult in English, Hindi, Punjabi and Bengali However if you need an interpreter it can be arranged through the TIS(The Translating and Interpreting Service).
For our patients with hearing or speech impairment, we utilise the National Relay Service (NRS) .