As per the government directions, Telehealth consultation are now extended until 31 March 2021 to help reduce the risk of community transmission of COVID-19 and provide protection for patients and health care providers. Golden City Medical Clinic is offering Telehealth consultations when physical attendance is not required. Private patients will be charged for Telehealth, this is due to cut in government funding. Please feel free to ring our friendly reception team on 5441 4554 for any queries.
NEW DOCTOR IS NEEDED TO JOIN OUR FRIENDLY TEAM
Currently, the highly skilled team of 3 FT , 2 PT doctors and one medical registrar are keen to have a doctor joining them to meet the increased demand. The clinic is well established and has been operating for more than 25 years. The doctors are supported by a strong team of nurses and admin staff who have a focus of providing patients with the best service. Please contact the clinic if you are interested in this position (Requirements of unrestricted GP with VR registration with AHPRA).
R U OK?
Tomorrow Thursday the 10th of September is "R U OK" Day. Now more than ever, it is important to ask the questions "R U OK" to your colleagues, friends, next door neighbours and family members as 2020 has so far been very challenging for every one. By asking someone this question, you can help them feel the support they needed and guide them to access professional help. This small conversation could change or save someone's life and might encourage them to access help sooner. If you feel that something is not quite the same with someone you know or notice a change in what they are doing or saying, please ask "Are you OK?.All what you need to do is to be able to;
- Encourage action
- Check in
Always remember that your GP is available to help and support you when you are not feeling OK. Please do not hesitate to ring the clinic to make a time to speak to your doctor about what not making you feel OK.Please refer to ruok website (ruok.org.au) for more info on how to offer support to someone who is not feeling OK.
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