If you are self-isolating or wish to stay at home during this time, but still need to speak with your doctor, book in for a telephone consult by phoning us on (08) 9208 6400.
Illawarra Medical Centre
Illawarra Medical Centre is a family medical practice based in Ballajura, Western Australia, providing a wide range of health care services for patients.
We offer bulk billing to concession card holders, pensioners and children under 16 years of age.
As the home of SmartVax, we use SMS and smartphone technology to actively monitor the vaccine safety of our patients.
Our practice offers a comprehensive
range of dermatology services, including skin cancer checks, mole screening and general dermatology screenings.
Illawarra Medical Centre offers appointments fortnightly with an Accredited Practising Dietitian from Nutrition Force, to discuss a range of dietary related health conditions.
face-to-face bookings available
We have re-opened online bookings for face-to-face appointments with a number of our doctors. Telehealth Consults can also be booked online.
If you cannot find an available online booking for your preferred doctor, please contact us on (08) 9208 6400.
We strongly advise those experiencing any fever, cough, cold, sore throat, shortness of breath or flu like symptoms to book a Telehealth Consult and avoid coming into the practice.
The Government’s COVIDSafe app is now available for download. The app speeds up contacting people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19), helping to support and protect you, your friends and family.
For more information, visit the Australian Department of Health website>>
Get up-to-date with your child’s immunisations!
Immunisation remains the best way to protect against a range of preventable diseases.
Contact us on (08) 9208 6400 to make a booking.
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