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Due to congestion across all VOIP and internet providers brought about by massive usage at the same time (as many people are now working from home), our phone connection is intermittent.

It will automatically be diverted to a mobile phone. So we will still get your calls – just bear with us, as we are flooded with phone calls.

You may also temporarily contact us on 0482 480 906 STRICTLY CALLS ONLY (although this might be busy as well as calls from our landline is diverted to this number whenever there is no internet connection for the VOIP).

We can assure you that we are still open.



NOW OPEN from 8.30am to 12noon Monday to Friday. For enquiries please phone 9964 3317.

Allied Health Professionals

We are happy to announce that we also offer the following specialist services:

  • Physiotherapist
  • Podiatrist
  • Clinical Labs – on-site pathology


Brianna Tonkin and Emily-Jayne Warr

  • Consultations/sessions available.
  • Clinic days are every 2nd and 4th Tuesday afternoon of each month


Alasdair Evans and Anna Kosch

  • Consultations/sessions available.
  • Clinic days are every 2nd and 4th Wednesday morning of each month

Outreach Well Women’s Clinic (in collaboration with Desert Blue Connect)

Sharon Houwen 

  • Consultations available.
  • Clinic days are every Wednesday, alternate morning & afternoon (half days only)

JUNE is Awareness Month for the following:

June 1-30
Bowel Cancer Awareness Month
Bowel cancer is commonly diagnosed in Australia. It is potentially one of the most preventable cancers through the early detection of abnormalities from screening.
June 1-30
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Awareness Month
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a common virus that infects people of all ages and is the leading preventable viral cause of developmental disabilities. CMV Month raises awareness of CMV in an attempt to improve lives and teach people more.
June 1-5
Orthoptic Awareness Week
Orthoptic Awareness Week is held each year by the Orthoptic Association of Australia and helps promote the importance of taking care of your eyes with regular eye examinations.
June 1-7
Haemochromatosis Awareness Week
Haemochromatosis Awareness Week raises awareness of haemochromatosis, or inherited iron overload disorder, by teaching communities more about the condition.
June 1-7
Heart Rhythm Week
Arrhythmias are responsible for between 23,000 and 33,000 sudden cardiac arrest deaths each year. Many of these deaths could be avoided with greater public awareness of their risks and symptoms, which is where Heart Rhythm week looks to make a difference.
June 11-17
Infant Mental Health Awareness Week
Infant Mental Health Awareness Week encourages government, industry and consumers to look at the needs of babies and toddlers and to invest in the essential services that support children in their earliest years.
June 14
World Blood Donor Day
World Blood Donor Day aims to remind us all about the importance of blood donation and how much more blood is needed to help all those who need it.
June 15-21
International Men’s Health Week
International Men’s Health Week promotes awareness of the importance of good health in men, boys and their families.
June 17
Red Apple Day
By purchasing the red apple pin, Australians can help awareness for Bowel Cancer Awareness Month.
June 19
World Sickle Cell Day
Sickle Cell Disease is an inherited blood disorder where abnormal haemoglobin is produced. World Sickle Cell day was established to raise awareness of the disease, to improve treatment and help find a cure.
June 21
International Day of Yoga
The word ‘yoga’ comes from Sanskrit and means to join or to unite. International Day of Yoga promotes the importance of the union between the body and consciousness to help us all lead a healthier life.
June 29
World Scleroderma Day
Scleroderma is a chronic connective tissue disease. World Scleroderma Day highlights the brave people living with this disease to demand equal treatment and care for people with scleroderma.

Get checked. Visit your GP.