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.
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Annual flu shots
Eligibility for free influenza vaccine
- all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 6 months and over
- all children aged 6 months to less than 5 years of age (including Aboriginal and medically at risk)
- all individuals aged 5 years and over with medical risk conditions, namely:
- cardiac disease, including cyanotic congenital heart disease, coronary artery disease and congestive heart failure
respiratory conditions, including suppurative lung disease, chronic
obstructive pulmonary disease and severe asthma requiring
hospitalisation in the last 12 months
- obesity where the BMI is ≥30kg/m2
- other chronic illnesses requiring regular medical follow up or hospitalisation in the previous year, including diabetes mellitus, chronic metabolic diseases, chronic renal failure, and haemoglobinopathies
- chronic neurological conditions that impact on respiratory function, including multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, and seizure disorders
- impaired immunity, including HIV, malignancy and chronic steroid use
- children aged 6 months to 10 years on long term aspirin therapy
- pregnant women (influenza vaccine can be given at any stage of pregnancy)
- people aged 65 years and over (vaccine that is specifically designed to produce a higher immune response is available for this group).
PFIZER 16+ BOOSTERS & CHILDREN 5-11 VACCINATION CLINICSPlease do not book online for any vaccinations. Please call one of our practices. Please check out the COVID19 page for more information.
COVID-19 UPDATE AS OF 08FEB22
There has been an increase in the amount of Covid cases in our community. To ensure that you have relevant information and resources on which actions to take and how to best manage a situation where yourself, a family member or a friend happens to become Covid positive, please read the following NSW Health information: https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/covid-19/Pages/self-isolation-and-testing.aspx.
NSW Health may contact you via SMS if you test positive to COVID-19 from a PCR test. The SMS will contain links to isolation guidelines containing important information to follow.Confirmed case of Covid-19 Anyone who has spent more than 4 hours with you, or in your home, is now considered a close contact. You should inform them and provide them with the following close contacts of Covid-19 advice.
Please notify anyone who you have been in contact with in the 48 hours before your symptoms started, or 48 hours before your positive covid test result if you are asymptomatic, to get tested and self-isolate until they get a negative result - as they are now casual contacts.
If you require a non-urgent appointment with your GP, please book your appointment via TELEHEALTH in the first instance. If you are experiencing an emergency, you must call 000.
We are currently offering Telehealth consultations in the first instance. Due to the current Covid19 outbreak in Sydney, it is important to minimise the risk of transmission amongst patients and staff. Telehealth consultations enable us to provide effective care to all patients whilst minimising the number of patients in the practice at any one time. Patients will be assessed and triaged, to see if you can come into the practice for a face-to-face consultation.
We are committed to providing the highest level of care available during the current Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
Do you have flu symptoms?
Anyone with cold and flu symptoms must have a negative Covid test prior to entering the practice. Telehealth consultations are available at any time.
NSW Health recommends that anyone with symptoms gets tested at a COVID-19 clinic.
Symptoms include fever, cough, sore/scratchy throat, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, or unexplained fever. You should self-isolate until you receive your test results.
Masks are mandatory(Updated as of 3rd January 2022)
Your Doctors still requires all patients and visitors to wear a mask when attending the practice. This is for the benefit of all patients, staff and visitors.
Masks should not be worn by toddlers under 2 years of age and babies, as they are a choking and suffocation risk. NSW health provides a video on how to wear a mask correctly. Your mask should fit snugly under your chin, over the bridge of your nose and against the sides of your face; covering both your nose and mouth.