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    • 49 Queen Street
    • Mon - Fri
      8.00am - 5.00pm


    • 33 Clarke St
    • Mon - Fri
      8.30am - 5.00pm
    • Closed daily
      1.00pm - 2.00pm
    In an emergency call 000 for an ambulance

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    Living Well

    December 1, 2022
    Isolated patients can receive travel and accommodation assistance

    Assistance for isolated patients

    IPTAAS is the Isolated Patients Travel and Accommodation Assistance Scheme. This is a NSW Government scheme providing financial assistance towards travel and accommodation costs when a patient needs to travel long distances for treatment that is not available locally. You will find a video to help you apply for assistance, it’s 8mins long and well worth watching. If you are unsure
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    October 25, 2021
    Dr Neil Mackay fundraising for Movember

    Pitch in for Dr Neil Mackay this MOVEMBER

    Our Dr Neil Mackay has signed up for MOVEMBER – he’s aiming to change the face of men’s health. Let’s all pitch in to help Neil meet his fundraising target – Dr NEIL MACKAY’S MOVEMBER FUNDRAISER
    Movember is the leading charity changing the face of men’s health, and this Movember I’m joining them. Together we can make a difference in men’s health – in prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. Help me stop men dying too young.”
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    October 15, 2021
    Dr Thilan & Kishani depart Queen Street Medical Centre

    Best wishes to Drs Thilan and Kishani

    Dear patients – we have some happy/sad news – sad for us because Doctors Kishani Weeresena and Thilan Walgamage are leaving our practice on Tuesday 19 October – but happy because Thilan and Kishani are following their passion and starting their very own practice – the Beach Road Surgery – where Thilan will practice his skin cancer and aesthetic medicine and Kishani will continue her general practice.
    Our very best wishes Kishani and Thilan and we wish you every success.
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    October 14, 2021
    No, COVID vaccines don’t stay in your body for years

    No, COVID vaccines don’t stay in your body for years

    The Conversation 8 October 2021: As Australia strives to reach its national COVID vaccination targets, there’s an unprecedented focus on the biological effects of vaccines. While there’s an enormous amount of information available online, it’s increasingly difficult to discern truth from falsehood or even conspiracy. A common myth of vaccines that has appeared in recent months is the accusation they…
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    Living Well

    Resources to help you understand your condition, your medication and when to seek support and advice

    Rethinking persistent pain and where to find help.
    All about opioids – should you be taking them?
    What are the types of lower back pain and when to seek help?
    Living with asthma? Learn how to use your inhalers
    Why have a Home Medicines Review?

    Living well and taking care with your medicines – Taking prescribed meds? Take this quick quiz!

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    Making an appointment at Queen Street Medical Centre Moruya

    Making an appointment

    Phone: Our phones are open from 8.30am – 4.45pm Monday to Friday. Click here to call one of our practices
    Online: Book your appointment online anytime from the Home or Our Doctors page.
    Cancellations and fees: Please contact us at least 24 hours prior to change/cancel your appointment. Patients failing to cancel/attend their appointment incur a $50 or $65 fee.
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    On-the-day appointments at Queen Street information at Medical Centre Moruya

    On-the-Day appointments

    On-the-day appointments times are set aside each day for patients with urgent or serious problems when access to a doctor is essential.
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    Best way to contact your doctor at Queen Street Medical Centre Moruya

    Contacting your Doctor

    If you believe the matter is urgent or serious, please tell our receptionist immediately. Experienced receptionists and registered nurses are also ready to help you in the first instance.
    For advice after hours: The GP helpline is available on 1800 022 222 or please attend the Moruya District Hospital for more urgent problems, phone 02 4474 2666.
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    Prescription Requests

    In most circumstances, repeat prescriptions are available as an online request. However, prescriptions for pain medication and sleeping pills not available via this online service – please make an appointment with your doctor. To request a repeat prescription online, please click here
    Refrigerated vaccines and medications: what you must know about storage and delivery.
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    Pathology Results

    Please phone us for your results. We all share the responsibility to make sure your tests are acted upon if needed. Never assume your results are normal. Be sure to read more for full details.
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    New patients information at Queen Street Medical Centre Moruya

    New Patients

    We welcome new patients and their families. Please phone us to discuss and book your first appointment as important information is required. Be sure to read more for full details.
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    Consultation Fees | 1 January 2024


    • Brief: less than 6 mins – Item 3
    • Standard: 6 to 20 mins – Item 23
    • Long: 20 to 40 mins – Item 36

    Our fee

    • $39
    • $88
    • $130
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    Medicare rebate

    • $18.95
    • $41.40
    • $80.10
    Immediate rebate

    Out of pocket


    • $20.05
    • $46.60
    • $49.90

    Consultation Fees | 1 January 2024

    Brief Consultation – Item 3

    Less than 6 mins
    Our Fee
    medicare rebate
    Out of Pocket

    Standard Consultation – Item 23

    6 to 20 mins
    Our Fee
    medicare rebate
    Out of Pocket

    Long Consultation – Item 36

    20 to 40 mins
    Our Fee
    medicare rebate
    Out of Pocket

    Code of Conduct

    All patients, their families and visitors to our practice have conduct obligations to our doctors and staff, other patients and visitors to our practice.
    Aggressive and violent behaviour to any member of our practice team will not be tolerated - this includes verbal, physical or psychological abuse either in person or via the telephone.
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    Our photography project: Our community – our shared journey.

    Aiming to convey through art, the genuine spirit of our shared journey within our community, we commissioned nationally renowned, Narooma photographer Heide Smith to capture our Eurobodalla community in these evocative photos.
    See more of Heide's wonderful work