Monday- Sunday: 8am-9pm Public Holidays: 8am-5pm Closed Christmas Day
Please phone 9882 8184 for an appointment or book online at www.cjmc.com.au.
Emergencies will be given priority. Please notify our receptionist if longer consultations are required for multiple issues or procedures, as this may affect billing and time.
We do request one hours’ notice to move or cancel you appointment.
Repeat Prescriptions, Referrals and Test Results
It is the policy of the clinic that no referral or prescriptions may be ordered over the counter.
Patients have the option of either making an appointment with a doctor to request these or a request for repeat prescriptions and referrals may be made using our website: www.cjmc.com.au
Test results can only be given out during a follow-up consultation with a doctor or by requesting from the ordering doctor online at our website: www.cjmc.com.au
Please be aware that these online services will incur a $20 fee and you will need to allow up to 5 working days for request to be processed.
Test results, or information regarding test results, cannot be given out over the phone.
To facilitate continuity of care, patients need to have access to a GP via telephone or electronic means to discuss their medical care when a consultation is not considered clinically necessary.
GPs and other clinical staff need to make time to return phone calls during the day, and where ‘clinically significant’ information is discussed, a note must be made in the patient’s health record. The definition of ‘clinically significant’ information is provided in the Glossary of the RACGP Standards.
Please phone 9882 8184 for an appointment. Emergencies will always be given priority. We request 24 hours’ notice if you are unable to attend your appointment.
Fees and Billing Arrangements
All fees are payable at the time of consultation by cash, cheque, Eftpos, Visa or Mastercard.
Our fee structure is displayed in the reception area.
We are not a bulk-billing clinic.
Next of Kin / Emergency Contact
Have you advised us of your next of kin or emergency contact details?
Please give these details to the receptionist at your next visit.
Our Dentists are preferred providers for the following health funds:
Medibank Private, BUPA and HCF
Home visits are made either for urgent problems, after-hours, or if the patient is unable to get to the clinic because of his or her condition, as long they reside within a reasonable distance, being a 5km radius.
Home visits can be requested by telephoning the clinic and speaking with either the nurse on duty or the receptionist. Please ring between 8am and 11am if possible.
Care outside of opening hours
If you require urgent medical attention after hours, please contact the Epworth Hospital on 9426 6302, Cabrini Hospital on 9508 1222 or contact your nearest casualty department.
Outside of our operating hours, home visits can be provided for an out of pocket expense by one of our GPs.
To book a home visit after hours, please phone 03 8508 9955.
In the case of an emergency please ring 000
Services available at our practice
Vaccinations & Immunisations
We strongly encourage all children to complete their immunisations and this can be arranged through our immunisation nurses.
If you are travelling abroad, you may also need extra vaccinations. Please discuss this with your doctor ahead of time, as some vaccinations need to be given a month or so before travelling
Our practice is committed to preventative care and to that end your doctor will offer appropriate health services via our recall system.
Please inform us if you wish to be removed from this service.
Management of your personal Health Information & Confidentiality
Your medical records are confidential.
It is the policy of this practice to maintain security of personal health information at all times and to ensure that this information is only available to authorised members of staff.
We abide by the 10 National Privacy Principles available at http://www.privacy.gov.au/health/index.html
To access a copy of your medical files, we require a written request to your treating doctor.
The clinic does prefer a “clinic to clinic” transfer, however exceptions can be made.
This medical practice has a Zero Tolerance for abusive or threatening behaviour directed against staff or patients.
This includes shouting, swearing, threats, name calling, racist comments and inappropriate gestures.
Without exception, abusers will be required to leave the clinic immediately and transfer their medical care to another practice.
Refusal to leave will result in the police being called
Parking is available directly outside the clinic, please check parking time restrictions
For health and safety reasons, there is a no smoking policy on our practice premises
We welcome any feedback. This may be provided by placing a form in our suggestion box at reception or speaking directly to our medical/dental practice managers. You may prefer to email us at email@example.com.
We take your concerns, suggestions, compliments and complaints seriously.
For hearing impaired patients our clinic utilizes the National Relay Service – TTY voice calls 133677 or Speak & Listen 1300 555 727 24 hour service.
For non-english speaking patients our clinic utilizes the Dept of Immigration Interpreting Service – 131450
On site pathology collection center – Melbourne Pathology
If you feel we have been unable to resolve a particular issue please feel free to speak with your doctor or receptionist.
You also have the right to contact the Health Services Commissioner on 1800 136 066 (toll free) or 03 8601 5200
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.health.vic.gov.au
Please contact our friendly medical reception staff for further information