Our doctors and nurses are skilled in a wide variety of services including:
- Comprehensive medical care
- Routine check ups & preventative health
- Child health checks & immunisations
- Men’s health
- Management of mental health and psychological issues
- Skin checks
- Nutritional advice
- Sports medicine
- Travel medicine advice
- Vaccinations (including travel vaccines)
- ECG – heart check
- Lung function testing
- Leg and skin ulcer management
Chronic Disease Management
- EPC Care Plans
- Diabetes management
- Asthma and Emphysema
- Mental Health Plans
- pap smears
- pregnancy tests
- family planning
- Implanon insertion/removal
- IUD and Mirena
- Dive medicals
- Driving and Dangerous goods medicals
- Pre-employment medicals
- Insurance Medicals
- Workers’ Compensation
Referrals to Specialists
Our doctors may need to refer you to local medical specialists or to clinics at the Public Hospitals.
Some of these specialists have fees to see them. Ask the doctor if the specialist will charge a fee. Ask the specialist’s receptionist what specific fees might apply
Some hospital clinics have waiting periods that are out of the control of the referring doctor.
Most referrals last for 12 months. Check with your specialist when you book in case you need to make an appointment with your doctor for a new referral.
- Child Health Checks
- 45-49 health checks
- Over 75 Annual Health Checks
- Moles, cysts and skin cancers
- Ingrown Toenail
- Intravenous Iron supplements
Prescriptions are written at the time of consultation.
In some circumstances by arrangement the doctor may be able to provide a repeat prescription outside a consultation but there is a $5 administration fee for this service.
Please don’t ask our doctors to write prescriptions if you haven’t been in for a long time, like over a year!
Replacement of lost scripts: Lost scripts for narcotic type painkillers cannot be made.
All decisions on prescriptions are at the discretion of the doctor. This includes new patients expecting to start attending where the purpose is to renew prescriptions for benzodiazepines (Valium, Xanax, Mogadon), narcotic painkillers (Panadeine Forte, Tramadol, Oxycodone) or stimulants (Dexamfetamine). Doctors are not under any obligation to prescribe these drugs to patients.
Australian Clinical Labs Pathology has a collection centre located in the building. They are open from 8am to 4:30pm weekdays and from 8am on weekend mornings.
If you have a test done you should book an appointment with your doctor to discuss the results.
Some results can be obtained over the telephone or by coming to see our nurse but you need to provide identification to receive confidential medical information.
Your continuing health is important, please give your permission to be on a reminder or recall system.
If you are happy to be contacted via your mobile phone you must specifically say so and confirm your current number.
The Grange Medical Centre will not send out unsolicited messages, medical information or reminders without your consent.
Our practice nurses are available to help you with your medical enquiries.
Monday: 8am – 5pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 8am – 8pm
Wednesday & Friday: 8am – 4pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed
Phone: (08) 9592 4999
Fax: (08) 9592 3681
Address: Cnr Grange Drive & Ennis Avenue, Cooloongup, W.A. 6168