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Welcome to 'The Surgery'

Closed 5th February

The Surgery will be closed for training on the 5th of February, and we will be unable to take phone calls.

Both practices will re-open on Tuesday 6th of February.

For all emergencies please attend the Hospital or phone 9892 2222.

Mission Statement:

To Provide You, Our Patient, With Excellent Medical Care

Looking for a doctor in Albany? We have two convenient practice locations: one in Spencer Park, the other close to Middleton Beach. The Surgery is a family orientated practice dedicated to the development and delivery of a comprehensive range of health care services to enhance the quality of life for our patients

We are a private billing practice. We do bulk bill children under the age of 16 years

Safe Care in COVID-19 Times

All appointments will be triaged on the phone and in person at the practice.

IF YOU HAVE COVID-19 LIKE SYMPTOMS we will ask you to stay at home and your GP will call you.

If you arrive at the practice with symptoms we will ask you to stay in your car and your GP will phone you to talk about further assessment and treatment.

If the GP decides you need to be seen in person for a consultation this will be arranged for you.

The number of people waiting in the practice will be kept to a minimum to reduce the risk of exposure. People accompanying patients will be allowed if they are essential for the care of the patient.

COVID-19 POSITIVE PATIENTS are not able to be seen in the practice. Home monitoring for their care will be established and they should attend Albany Health Campus if condition deteriorates significantly.

What you need to know about coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness caused by a new virus. Symptoms include fever, coughing, sore throat and shortness of breath. The virus can spread from person to person, but good hygiene can prevent infection.

The virus can spread from person to person through:

  • close contact with an infectious person (including in the 24 hours before they started showing symptoms)
  • contact with droplets from an infected person’s cough or sneeze
  • touching objects or surfaces (like doorknobs or tables) that have cough or sneeze droplets from an infected person, and then touching your mouth or face

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