Clinical Services

The clinic is staffed by nine Doctors, one Clinic Coordinator, one Registered Nurse, two Enrolled Nurses and nine Aboriginal Health Worker/Practitioners.

Clinic services provided include the following:

  • Pathology service including phlebotomy
  • Filling of prescriptions under the S100 Act
  • Full adult/child health checks
  • General consultations
  • Point of Care
  • Recall service for all patients including those with Chronic Diseases
  • Transport
  • Mobile Clinic
  • eHealth

Visiting specialists include:

  • Australian Hearing – Clinic held 4-5 times per year.
  • Dental Clinic – Held weekly on Tuesdays and is facilitated by the Centre for Rural and Remote Oral Health (CRROH).  Clients must be Indigenous and holders of a Centrelink healthcare card.  Clients also need to be under 5 years or over 18 years.
  • Diabetes Clinic – held once per month.
  • Diabetes Educator – attends once per month.
  • Dietician – Attends once per month.
  • ENT Clinic – Held 3 times a year with visiting ENT specialist.  This clinic is also supported by an Audiologist from Country Audiology.
  • Ophthalmology Clinic – Held 3 times a year by visiting specialist.
  • Paediatrician Clinic – Held weekly by visiting specialist
  • Physiotherapist – Visits weekly on Fridays.
  • Podiatrist – Visits fortnightly on Thursdays.
  • Renal Clinic – Held once per month.