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We are now OPEN again for face to face consultations

Please let us know in advance if you have a cold or flu symptoms. To do so, you need to

Book your appointment online through this website.

Telephone Consultations are still available when face to face is not necessary.

  • Currently, Govt Funded 2020 flu vaccines are available for eligible patients.  Please call for an appointment – It’s not available online.
  • Private flu vaccines are NOW AVAILABLE

PHONE CONSULTATIONS NOW BILLED TO MEDICARE

Everyone with a valid Medicare card is now eligible for phone consultations at no cost to the patient.

  • You will be speaking to a doctor.
  • Please keep your phone with you before and after your appointment time.
  • Our doctors will call you as close to the time as possible.
  • Only 2 attempts will be made to reach you.  If you do not answer at either attempt you will billed a fee of $35 for non-attendance
  • Updates are posted on our Haleroadmedical Facebook page.

We Bulk Bill all consultations for patients with a current Medicare card. Surgical procedures will incur a gap fee.

  • Email us at haleroadmedical@gmail.com for all queries.
  • You can phone us at 9359 0776 to make an appointment or book online.

Please note that since we always have a busy schedule, it’s advisable that you book an appointment.

A $35 FEE WILL BE CHARGED FOR:

  • patients who DO NOT attend  a booked appointment  
  • patients who fail to give at least 1 hour’s notice to cancel or reschedule a booked appointment 

We are now proud to be part of WAGPET to train General Practice registrars.


We offer Bulk Billing services for the following conditions:

  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Chronic disease
  • Care plans
  • Mental Health
  • Workers Compensation
  • Pap Smears/Implanon/Mirena
  • Diabetes
  • Heart Disease
  • Obesity
  • Referrals
  • Injuries
  • Health Screening and Assessments
  • ECG’s
  • Paediatrics
  • Osteoporosis
  • Skin Cancer
  • Women’s Health
  • Midwifery
  • Vaccinations (Adult/Children)
  • Minor Surgeries
  • Iron infusions

Arthritis

Arthritis is a disease of joints that causes tenderness and swelling in your joints. Its manifestations include pain, swelling, and decreased use of the affected joint, all of which get more disabling with age. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are common subtypes of arthritis.

Asthma

Asthma is a lifelong disease of the lungs. When your airways are exposed to specific allergens or are easily inflamed, it results in narrowing of airways because of congested muscles and increased production of mucus. The main symptoms of asthma are chest tightness and difficulty breathing.

Chronic diseases

The generic definition of ‘chronic diseases’ is any condition that lasts a year or longer and necessitates constant medical attention or results in the reduction of physical and daily activities. Such diseases are cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and some heart diseases.

Care plans

These are interventions done by the nurse during management to alleviate the patient’s symptoms to achieve individual targets.


We offer care plans for chronic diseases for all age groups(if you fit the criteria). We also provide health assessments for individuals :

  • Over age 75
  • Mental health plans for depression/stress/anxiety
  • Chronic Disease (Diabetes/Heart/Lung/Overweight etc)
  • Kids check

Mental Health

Sometimes referred to as mental health disorders, mental illness encompasses a wide range of conditions that influence mood, thinking, and behavior. This may include depression, schizophrenia, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, addicting disorders, and compulsive disorders.

Workers Compensation

Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance given to workers who end up injured or disabled in their line of duty. Accepting the workers’ compensation benefits means the employee doesn’t have to sue their employer.

Pap Smears/Implanon/Mirena

An intrauterine device, aka IUD, such as Mirena, is used as a lasting birth control measure to manage heavy menses. Mirena IUDs reduce the chance of getting pregnant by increasing cervical mucus, which stops fertilization of an egg by sperms and thinning the uterus lining, which decreases the amount of menstrual bleeding.

Diabetes

Among the list of chronic diseases is diabetes, a disease associated with abnormal insulin activity in the body. The metabolism of sugars is increased by a hormone called insulin, which is produced in the pancreas. The absence of insulin or an inadequate response to the hormone leads to diabetes. This is because of accumulating glucose in the blood.

Heart disease

Heart disease refers to any disease that affects the heart. Such conditions include disorders of blood vessels such as coronary heart disease, arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythm), and congenital heart defects (defects you are born with).

Obesity

Excessive body fat above what is considered normal is termed obesity. Not only is this a severe predicament to your health, but also predisposes you to a myriad of other diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart diseases, and more.

Injuries

An external force can sometimes damage the body. Sometimes the insulting agent is an accidental trip and falls, weapons, traffic collisions, or chemicals. Extensive damage has the potential to cause longstanding morbidity or lead to a fatality.

Health Screening and Assessments

Screening is just like a checkup where an assessment is done to identify specific problems. The outcome is two-way – good or bad. The entire process seeks to pinpoint debilitating factors to come up with a diagnosis, investigations, and treatment regimens for the diagnosis.

ECG

To monitor your heart’s electrical activity, an electrocardiogram is ordered by your healthcare practitioner. This test uses electrodes on your chest and records impulses with each heartbeat. Recorded signals appear as waves on the computer monitor or printer.

Paediatrics

Paediatrics is the branch of medicine whose specialty is the treatment of children. While the management of diseases in children is different from that of adults, similar drugs are used and metabolized differently. The primary determinant of management is growth and development in children, which is not the case in adults.

Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis, meaning “porous bone,” is a disease of bones that affects mineralization, the formation of new bones, breakdown, and repair of old segments, or both. As a result, bones lose their structural integrity and are prone to fractures from minor bumps. under a microscope, a healthy bone appears like a honeycomb.

Skin Cancer

Cancer originates from cells that continuously divide and grow. This is also the case with skin cancer where skin cells multiply abnormally after exposure to sunlight. However, this cancer can affect areas that sunlight doesn’t reach. There are three types of skin cancer; melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma.

Midwifery

The care of pregnant women and assisting in childbirth and postpartum care of the mother and newborn is known as midwifery. It is concerned with the reduction of complications during pregnancy and delivery, identify and manage diseases, and offering emergency services when the need arises.

Minor Surgeries

Some surgical procedures do not need to make deep cuts and constant monitoring hence they are known as minor surgeries. Examples include laparotomy and arthrotomy. These are minor surgeries that allow the introduction of surgical instruments and small cameras through small incisions on your skin.

Iron infusions

An infusion is a process of administering iron into the body intravenously (into a vein using a needle). This method of giving drugs and supplements is known as an intravenous infusion. Iron is usually prescribed to treat iron deficiency anemia.

 

On-Site Services

  • Pathology – Bulk Billed
  • Dietitian – Bulk Billed with care plans only
  • Podiatrist – Bulk Billed with care plans only

 

Email haleroadmedical@gmail.com to make your next appointment.