• In an emergency call 000 for an ambulance

    For advice after hours The GP helpline is available on 1800 022 222 or please attend the Moruya District Hospital for more urgent problems, phone 02 4474 2666
  • Moruya

    • 49 Queen Street
    • Mon - Fri
      8.00am - 5.00pm
  • Broulee

    • 33 Clarke St
    • Mon - Fri
      8.30am - 5.00pm
    • Closed daily
      1.00pm - 2.00pm
  • Tuross

    • Shop 12, 38-50 Evans Rd
    • Mon, Wed, Fri
      8.15am - 5.00pm
    • Tue, Thu
      9.30am - 5.00pm
    • Closed daily
      1.00pm - 2.00pm
  • Making an appointment

    Phone: Our phones are open from 8.30am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm Monday to Friday. Online: Book your appointment online anytime from the Home or Our Doctors page.

  • On-the-Day appointments

    On-the-day appointments times are set aside each day for patients with urgent or serious problems when access to a doctor is essential.

  • Contacting your Doctor

    If you believe the matter is urgent or serious, please tell our receptionist immediately. Experienced receptionists and registered nurses are also ready to help you in the first instance.

  • New Patients

    We welcome new patients and their families. Please phone us to discuss and book your first appointment as important information is required. Be sure to read more for full details.

  • Pathology Results

    Please phone us for your results. We all share the responsibility to make sure your tests are acted upon if needed. Never assume your results are normal. Be sure to read more for full details.

  • Prescription Requests

    In special circumstances or as pre-arranged with your doctor, prescription requests may be made by phone.
    Please allow 72 hours for the prescription to be written.

2017 Consultation Fees

  • Item

  • Brief Consultation (Item 3)
  • Standard Consultation (Item 23)
  • Long Consultation (Item 36)
  • Medicare rebate

  • $16.95 – Item 3
  • $37.05 – Item 23
  • $71.70 – Item 36

Latest News

    • APRIL 21, 2018
    More influenza information from the experts

    More influenza information from the experts

    What’s new about the 2018 flu vaccines and who should get one? The flu shot is free for at risk groups and available to others for around $10 – $15. For most of us, influenza (the flu) is a mild illness, causing fever, chills, a cough, sore throat and body aches, that lasts several days. But some people – especially the elderly, young children and those with chronic diseases – are at risk of serious and potentially deadly complications.

    While not perfect, the seasonal influenza vaccine is the best way to protect against influenza viruses. It’s free for at-risk groups, and available to others for around A$10A$25 (plus a consultation fee if your GP doesn’t bulk bill). In some states people can also get influenza vaccines from pharmacies.

    Read more
    • APRIL 4, 2018
    Happy travels Annie and congrats Shelley

    Happy travels Annie and congrats Shelley

    We know so many of  you will know and love our nurse manager Annie Williams RN.  After nine dedicated years with us here at Queen Street Medical, Annie is taking a six month “geographical sabbatical” to travel and spend some more time with her family. We are sending her off with our collective good wishes but as the saying goes “we are missing you already Annie” and eagerly awaiting your return in October! Annie has also felt the time has come to hand over her demanding management role and we are delighted to congratulate Shelley Pritchett RN who has enthusiastically accepted the position.  Shelley has been a senior member of our nursing team for almost five years and we are delighted to welcome her to her new role. Our nursing team has expanded considerably over the past few years – we now have eight nurses on our team. Our nurses

    Read more
    • NOVEMBER 28, 2017
    The Pap Test has changed – what you need to know

    The Pap Test has changed – what you need to know

    From 1 December 2017, a new Cervical Screening Test, which aims to detect the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is replacing the Pap test (or Pap smear) for women aged 25–74.  This program is changing based on the latest available evidence on the development and prevention of cervical cancer. Women who have been vaccinated against HPV still need to have regular cervical screening, as the vaccine does not protect again all types of HPV.

    Read more

Make an appointment

Phone: Our phones are open from 8.30am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm Monday to Friday
Online: Book your appointment online on the Home or Our Doctors page.

Our photography project: Our community – our shared journey.

Aiming to convey through art, the genuine spirit of our shared journey within our community, we commissioned nationally renowned, Narooma photographer Heide Smith to capture our Eurobodalla community in these evocative photos. See more of Heide's wonderful work