The doctors & nurses of our practice are committed to giving comprehensive health care to all individuals and families in this community

 Our doctors have special interests in:

  • Women's Health

  • Men's Health
  • Infants & Children
  • Travel Health

  • Skin Checks
  • Mental Health 

We can perform:

  • ECG (Heart) Checks

  • Spirometry (Lung Function) Tests
  • Doppler (Circulation) Checks
  • Iron Infusions

 Our practice is fully accredited with AGPAL

 Our nurses triage patients, run immunisation, dressing, diabetes and pathology clinics  

Onsite we have

  • Podiatry
  • Dietician
  • Chemist


Although we still see many families with young children, we see patients of all ages.  All of our doctors have undertaken additional training in mental health.  We manage many long term conditions such as diabetes, asthma and heart disease.  

Medicare now funds counselling from psychologists and treatment from allied health professionals such as physiotherapists, podiatrists and dietiticians

We can prepare a management plan for you and collaborate with the allied health service so that you can claim a payment from Medicare to cover part of the costs of treatment


Practice News

Flu Vaccines for 2016 are now available - everyone over 65 should consider an annual flu vaccination

Iron Infusions available - if you have been diagnosed with iron deficiency, discuss the option of an iron infusion with your doctor

Register for My Health Record - the electronic health record  (Previously called the PCEHR) - visit the website


Please welcome our newest doctor -

Dr Sami Spencer.  Sami has a particular interest in women's and children's health and mental health. She is available for consultations on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.


Farewell to Dr Dr Sanjika Kotelawela.  Sanjika completed her GP training at our practice and has left to work closer to her home and family.  We wish her all the best for the future.

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