• 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
  • Our Tuross practice is closed

    Tuross GPs are now consulting at Moruya.
  • Making an appointment

    Phone: Our phones are open from 8.30am – 1.00pm and 1.30pm – 5.00pm Monday to Friday. Click here to call one of our practices

    Online: Book your appointment online anytime from the Home or Our Doctors page.

    Cancellations and fees: Please contact us at least 24 hours prior to change/cancel your appointment. Patients failing to cancel/attend their appointment incur a $50 or $65 fee.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 most circumstances, repeat prescriptions are available as an online request. However, prescriptions for pain medication and sleeping pills not available via this online service – please make an appointment with your doctor. To request a repeat prescription online, please click here

Consultation Fees | 1 July 2019

  • Item

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

  • $17.50 – Item 3
  • $38.20 – Item 23
  • $73.95 – Item 36

Latest News

    • DECEMBER 9, 2019
    Featured Video Play Icon

    Measles is serious – and one of the most contagious diseases 

    Australia has already seen more cases of measles within the first four months of 2019 than it did for the entirety of 2018. It’s one of the most contagious diseases affecting humans, but it’s also preventable, with an effective vaccine that’s widely available.
    Measles is a serious, highly infectious viral illness. It’s spread through the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Sometimes even just breathing may be enough to spread the virus.
    It’s highly contagious: if you’re not immune to the virus and you come into contact with someone infected with measles, you have a 90 per cent chance of getting sick.
    A single infected person can typically make between 14–18 other people sick.
    If someone with measles enters a room and coughs, the virus can stay in the air for some time after that person leaves the room—sometimes for up to two hours.
    An infected person is contagious from the first day of symptoms. These typically don’t appear until about 10 days after exposure.
    It’s not just the unvaccinated who pose a risk to public health: many people in Australia may be under-vaccinated without realising it.

    ABC News 9 December 2019: How a past tragedy saw anti-vaxxers help unleash a measles epidemic on Samoa.

    More than 63 children in Samoa have died from measles. After a mass vaccination campaign, authorities are hopeful the spread of the highly contagious virus has been contained, but remain on edge. How did it come to this?  Full stories:   https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-12-09/anatomy-of-an-epidemic:-how-measles-took-hold-of-samoa/11773018




    Read more
    • DECEMBER 5, 2019
    Bushfires – staying alert and safe

    Bushfires – staying alert and safe

    We are mindful of the ferocity of bushfires across our region and the devastation it is causing. Your safety and welfare is on our minds and we extend our thoughts and wishes to everyone who is affected. Leaving early when threatened by fire is always your safest option and you should never wait and see what happens when a fire is threatening.  Staying alert to what’s happening in your area is essential – visit this site https://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/fire-information/fires-near-me and download the free fires near me app to receive updates and alerts.  Click Read More for more essential information links and the RFS information line.

    Read more
    • AUGUST 29, 2019

    Announcing Better Medicines clinics with our new practice pharmacist

    We are pleased to announce the appointment of our clinical pharmacist Ms Joanne McMahon to provide medication-related advice to patients at no charge. Jo will work closely with our doctors at our practices in Moruya and Broulee conducting our our new ‘Better Medicines’ clinics – aiming to help patients to improve their use of medicines.

    According to the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) January 2019 report “Medicine Safety: Take Care” problems with medications can occur at anytime during their use.

    Read more

Code of Conduct

All patients, their families and visitors to our practice have conduct obligations to our doctors and staff, other patients and visitors to our practice.
Aggressive and violent behaviour to any member of our practice team will not be tolerated – this includes verbal, physical or psychological abuse either in person or via the telephone.
Please read more..

Make an appointment

Phone: Our phones are open from 8.30am – 1.00pm and 1.30pm – 5.00pm 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
Two artists - Heide Smith, photographer and Wendy Macklin, painter, will have a joint exhibition in Tuross Head. Through the different media, the pair will feature the stunning South Coast, especially around Tuross Head. The Smiths moved there last year and Heide now has a ground floor display space in Monash Avenue; the Macklins are 'just down the road."
The Launch at the studio will be on December 7 from 2-4 pm. Visitors are welcome throughout the holidays, Sundays and by appointment. Please RSVP for the 7th on 0415382905 or fotoheide@gmail.com