To protect other patients, doctors and staff, when making an appointment or attending for your appointment, please advise if you or those attending the appointment with you have:
Recently travelled overseas in the last 14 days, have a runny nose, sore throat, cough, fever, flu-like symptoms or shortness of breath.
If you have an appointment, please do not enter the clinic. We ask for you to wait in your car and phone the clinic when you have arrived. You will be screened prior to entering the clinic, and the doctor will call you in once they are ready for you.
For more information, please call the Government hotline on
We have now created a Facebook page as a tool to keep the community informed of our services and guidelines as we navigate the current COVID-19 pandemic. Due to resources there will be limited interactions on this page and all queries will need to be directed to our phones.
We are in the midst of a major health crisis with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our local medical centres and hospitals are reorganising and preparing to provide the best possible service for our local communities, to attempt to keep them as safe as possible. We have an aging local population who are of course more at risk.
Premier Daniel Andrews said “… our message to every…Victorian remains the same: Stay at home, protect our health system, save lives”.
Heart health check
The best thing you can do to find out about your risk of heart disease is to see your doctor for a health check.