Updates at a glance
+ Our COVID-19 Drive Thru Respiratory Clinic is now open.
+ We have returned to our extended opening hours. Please click here for information.
+ All eligible GP Telehealth appointments will be bulk billed.
+ Government flu vaccines are now available. Please click here to book.
+ Private flu vaccine clinics are now available. Please click here to book.
+ Any patients who are experiencing respiratory symptoms should not attend the practice. Please book a Telehealth consultation first.
Summary of updates
If you are experiencing respiratory symptoms you can now book into our COVID-19 Drive Thru Respiratory Clinic. You can also book a bulk billed Telehealth consultation to be reviewed.
To safeguard the community and our team of doctors and staff, patients experiencing respiratory symptoms should not attend the practice without a Telehealth screening consultation.
If you require a script or referral please book a Telehealth consult. Please click here for more information.
Face to Face and Telehealth Appointments Available
At this time, Double Bay Doctors has resumed offering face to face appointments at the practice. We will continue to monitor the situation and will revert back to Telehealth only in the event of any spike in local community COVID-19 transmission.
For the safety of our community and staff, it is vital that any patients experiencing any respiratory symptoms do not book consultations to visit the practice. Please book a Telehealth consultation.
We are also requesting that well patients do not bring along any family members (e.g. children) who may have any respiratory symptoms.
Respiratory symptoms include any of the following: shortness of breath, cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat or ear ache.
Scripts and referrals
If you require a script or referral you can discuss this with your doctor during a Telehealth consult. See further information here.
All eligible GP Telehealth appointments will be bulk billed.
Private Telehealth consultations are available for patients without Medicare. See further information here.
If you are experiencing an emergency we will be here to help. Accidents requiring wound care, patients experiencing asthma attack, heart conditions, anaphylaxis etc can continue to access immediate care at the practice but we ask patients to phone ahead where possible.