An appointment can be made by phoning the practice during our opening hours, and we also have an online booking service available.
Every effort will be made to give you your preferred time and doctor. However, if you make an appointment with a doctor you are not enrolled with, reception will call you to change the booking if possible.
Please arrive on time. Fees do apply for missed appointments or very late notice of cancellation.
Online booking is for 15 minute appointments only. Annual Medical, Driving Medical and Teen Check are all 30 minute appointments that also require nurse time so please call us to book an appointment.
To enroll, simply fill out and sign an enrolment form and new patient questionnaire (available to download here and fill out before your appointment, or get one at reception).
Access and Parking
We have a number of patient parking spots on site but please allow time for parking offsite in busy periods. Please be considerate to others when parking and park within the lines.
The entrance to our practice is up a couple of small steps. Wheelchair access is available via a manual ramp – please call ahead of your appointment if you require this and we are more than happy to assist you.
Please let reception know if you have any mobility needs or disabilities such as eye-sight or hearing and we will assist you as best we can.
Enrolled and Casual Patients
You can choose to attend our practice on a casual basis, or as an enrolled patient. We encourage you to enroll with us, as we believe healthcare is best delivered through a long-term trusting relationship. By enrolling you will pay significantly lower consultation fees as the government contributes toward your healthcare.
You will have a nominated doctor within the practice, though you are able to see other doctors our practice at the subsidised cost. Please note that being an enrolled or a casual patient in no way effects how you are treated by the doctor, it only effects the fee you pay.