What to bring
- xrays, scans, results
- record of previous surgery, hospital admissions, discharge summaries, specialist letters
- lists of medication and allergies
- medicare care
- private health insurance details
Appointments are usually made in advance but if you require an urgent appointment, we will endeavour to accommodate. For life threatening conditions, you should attend your nearest emergency department or call an ambulance.
The secretary will call you a day or two prior to the appointment to confirm the appointment. Please do not hesitate to contact the rooms if you have any questions regarding your appointment.
If you are not able to keep your appointment, please call to rearrange your appointment. Late cancellations and failure to attend means other patients waiting for appointment is inconvenienced and unable be offered an earlier appointment.