• Our Location

    414 Military Road,
    Mosman, NSW 2088

    Parking is available on Parraween Street in the car park at the Cremorne Orpheum Cinema Complex. If you get lost please phone us and we will direct you.

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  • Opening Hours

    Monday to Friday: 8am to 6pm
    Saturday: 8:30am to 1pm

    Afterhours Service

    If you are a patient of the practice and require a GP House call when the practice is closed and call the practice number your call will be redirected to our accredited medical deputising service.


    If you require only phone advice the Government also provides an afterhours GP helpline. Call 1800-022-222.

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    Feedback is always welcome. Please email the practice manager or alternatively ask for her at reception. Please note the email is not to be used for sending clinical information or patient’s test results.

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National Diabetes Week 13th-19th July Complete the Australian Type 2 Diabetes Risk Assessment Tool


Patient newsletter July 2014

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Vaccination Clinic

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Patient newsletter May 2013
Patient newsletter March 2013

To coincide with National  Diabetes week, Diabetes Australia is launching a new prevention campaign urging all Australians to see if they are at risk of Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Australia represents all people affected by all types of Diabetes.  The aim of the 2014 National Diabetes Week Campaign is to raise awareness of the seriousness of Type 2 Diabetes and urge all Australians to check their risk. Take the Australian Type 2 Diabetes Risk  Assessment Tool ask our staff for the form so you can complete

One woman dies every ten hours from Ovarian cancer .
Ovarian Cancer is the 8th most common cancer and the 6th most common cause of death affecting women.
Symptoms can include: abdominal or pelvic pain; needing to urinate often or urgently; difficulty eating or feeling full quickly; increased abdominal size or persistent abdominal bloating; painful intercourse.

For more information on Ovarian Cancer go to http://ocrf.com.au


Haemochromatosis is the most common genetic disorder among people of European descent in Australia. It can cause the body to absorb and store excess iron, often with serious health impacts. The good news is that it is generally easily treated and if diagnosed early, people with haemochromatosis can expect to lead a normal, healthy life. Find out more here: What is haemochromatosis? INFO LINE 1300 019 028 or go to http://haemochromatosis.org.au/

Each year there are approximately 55,000 heart attacks in Australia.
That is 151 reported heart attacks a day, or one heart attack every 10 minutes.
From the ABS National Health Survey, more than 380,000 Australians have had a heart attack.
For more information on Heart Disease http://www.heartfoundation.org.au/Pages/default.aspx

Get ready for take off … 8th August 2013
Last year, Amanda one of our Practice Nurses lost her mother to heart disease and in memory of her mum she has created a web site called I LOVE YOU TO THE MOON AND BACK encouraging people to run, walk, swim, cycle and to keep fit and healthy. What a great initiative and so inspirational lets help her “get to the moon” by August 2014 only 768,806 Kilometres. “. To register your support and commitment to your health goals go to www.iloveyoutothemoonandback.net