Health Assessments

A health assessment is a plan of care that identifies the specific needs of a person and can also coordinate the person’s health care.

You may be eligible for a Health Assessment if you:

  • are aged 45 – 49 years of age and are at risk of developing a chronic disease or type 2 diabetes
  • are aged 75 years or older
  • live in a residential aged care facility
  • have an intellectual disability
  • are a refugee
  • are a former Australian Defence Force personnel
  • identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Patients

To help ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people receive primary health care matched to their needs our doctors can assist with early detection, diagnosis and treatment for common conditions.

There are 3 health assessments available to different age groups to assist tin their physical, psychological and social wellbeing. Health Assessments are available to children under 15 years old, adults between 15 and 55 years old and patients aged 55 years and older.

Once a health assessment has been completed, patients are eligible for further support and treatment from practice nurses or allied health services.

The closing the gap program is available to patients who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander living with, or at risk of, chronic disease. Once enrolled in the program, eligible patients will benefit from lower or no costs when purchasing PBS medications.

Book an appointment today with one of our doctors to find out how we can assist your healthcare needs.

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In Case Of Emergency


If this is an emergency please call 000 immediately. If you are experiencing any of the following, inform the receptionists without delay either in person or when phoning or presenting to the clinic: Chest Pains, Difficulty Breathing, Bleeding, Convulsions & Vomiting.