Contact : Ph: (03) 6344 7177
Due to current Coronaviurs health concerns all appointments booked are to be for a PHONE consultation only. Your doctor will decide if you require examination in the surgery. Please ensure we have your correct phone number and be available with your phone up to 1 hour post your appointment time. If you are symptomatic and suspect Coronavirus, PLEASE CALL PUBLIC HEALTH on 1800 671 738. If deemed to be high risk you will be advised what to do. Please DO NOT present to our practice until you have spoken with Public health and been deemed low - no risk.
Due to the Covid-19 crisis the doctors are reducing patient exposure to contact with other people. All consultations will be, initially, by telephone. If after speaking to you the doctor decides that it is necessary for you to physically attend the surgery another appointment will be made for you to attend to see your doctor. All phone consults are FULLY COVERED BY MEDICARE for patients with a Medicare card! You can book your phone appointment online! Make your booking by clicking the green Book Appointment button on the home page, via HotDoc or by calling (03) 6344 7177.
Due to the current Coronavirus health concerns, script clinic appointments will now be by phone consultation. There is a tele-clinic most weekdays at Summerdale Medical Practice dedicated to providing scripts to patients for their previously prescribed medications. Make your booking by calling (03) 6344 7177.
Monday - Friday: 8 am-5:30 pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 9-12 pm and 3-6 pm (depending on patient demand) As all consults are over the phone, we are no longer running an evening clinic for the foreseeable future. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please be assured that should you need to attend the surgery, we are: - Regularly cleaning surfaces - Distancing any patients that need to be in the waiting room - Asking patients to wait in the car until their doctor becomes available to minimise contact with the surgery - Patients with cold or flu like symptoms are kept to certain appointment times and kept away from other patients - Asking all patients to sanitise their hands on their way in
Face to face consults can be arranged with your GP should you need examination, your GP will make this decision during your phone consultation. We ask that routine appointments (ie. Cervical Screening, Diabetic Checks, Ear Toilets, Annual Check-Ups, Aged Care Assessments, etc.) be postponed for approximately 3 months. Some face-to-face appointments should be continued such as: Wound Care, Childhood Immunisations, and Flu Vaccines.