Welcome to Your Doctors
We are a General Practice assisting patients in the Inner West of
Sydney. Our goal is to provide an unparalleled standard of patient care.
Doctors continues to offer the full range of services to our patients.
We are committed to providing the highest level of care available
during the current Covid-19 (Coronavirus) crisis. In order to provide
safe care by minimising the number of patients in the practice at any
one time, we offer telehealth consultations in the first instance.
Patients will be assessed and triaged, and if necessary you may come
into the practice for a face-to-face consultation.
Telehealth refers to the provision of a consultation over a telephone
or video call. Our clinical team will be able to discuss your issues
and develop an effective management plan with you. They can utilise a
variety of communication strategies to ensure we provide you the best
care possible - email, video call, photo sharing via email. You can request a standard or long telehealth consultation. If
appropriate, the team may organise for you to come into the practice for
a face-to-face review.
At Your Doctors we recognise that not everything can be done via
telehealth. For many procedures and consultations we will continue to
offer face-to-face consultations (eg Immunisations and Cervical
Screening). However, we will not be offering some non-urgent procedures
and treatments. Please discuss your situation with our team when
booking your appointment. It may be necessary to book a telehealth
consultation first, with provisions made to bring you in afterwards. On
the day of your booking you will receive a courtesy call from one of
our clinical staff to ensure you remain at low risk with regard to
Online booking system
ensure the health and safety of our patients, staff and others at the
workplace, we have temporarily turned off all online appointment
bookings. In order to facilitate effective triage, please phone one of
our practices to make an appointment. Your co-operation and patience
during this screening process is greatly appreciated and we apologise
for any inconvenience this may cause.
We recommend our patients book in to get their influenza vaccination from April onwards.
Situation update (as at 28th April 2020)
As the number of COVID-19 cases in NSW decreases, it is important to increase testing to ensure any new cases or outbreaks are identified and managed rapidly.
Criteria have recently been expanded to recommend anyone with respiratory symptoms or unexplained fever should be tested for COVID-19.
With the exception of workers in high-risk clinical settings, there is no requirement for testing asymptomatic people before returning to work.
NSW Health recommends that anyone with respiratory symptoms or unexplained fever should be tested for COVID-19.
This is especially important for:
- anyone who lives or works in a high risk setting, including healthcare facilities, aged care and other residential facilities, schools, prisons, and other closed settings
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- people who are close contacts of a confirmed case or who have returned from overseas in the last 14 days
- anyone admitted to hospital
- people who reside in areas for increased testing and surveillance (Note: these areas are updated weekly).
Asymptomatic people do not require testing, except in special circumstances such as recovered cases wishing to return to work in a health care facility, aged care facility or other high-risk clinical setting, or the person is part of a public health unit outbreak investigation.
For the most up to date information released by the Department of Health, please view the following link: Coronavirus.
For general information, please call the Coronavirus information line on 1800 020 080.