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FLU VACCINE CLINICS – fully booked – but more on way

Our next flu clinics will open again just as soon we hear from the Department of Health about our next vaccine delivery date – stay tuned here on our site for the latest info – please do not call.  We will notify those of you most at risk from flu by text message – we encourage you to book online here on our site.

Each flu season, we give over 3,000 flu vaccinations to our patients however, the quantity and at times, the availability of the influenza vaccines is out of our control.  This is why our first Flu Vaccine Clinics are now reserved for priority patients.

As we receive our Dept. of Health vaccines, we are running three concurrent Flu Vaccine Clinics most weekdays to both manage the demand and minimise the risk of COVID-19 infection via social distancing at the clinic.

Step 1:   You must please check your eligibility to receive a free government flu vaccination

Step 2:  Please book your flu vaccination online – this helps to manage demand 

For all essential information including how to book online,  click on this read more link. 

Our Broulee practice is closed during COVID-19

Advice to our Broulee patients: To manage the risk of COVID-19 infection to patients and our staff we have closed our Broulee practice until further notice. Our Broulee phone number will divert to Moruya. 

Our Broulee GPs are now working at our Moruya practice. 

Advice to all our patients: We continue to impose stringent infection control measures – if you have a respiratory infection of any description you must contact us before your appointment for instructions about your consultation at our ‘off-site’ respiratory clinic – you must not enter the practice. We sincerely appreciate your co-operation during this COVID-19 pandemic. We are doing our utmost to safeguard the health of all in our practice so we can continue to remain open.  Please ensure you observe all requests by our staff and doctors and continue to be open and honest about your health and COVID-19 risk. 

Stay tuned here for flu vax info..but please don’t phone

We are busy planning our annual flu vax clinics with the strictest COVID-19 control measures in place.

The flu vaccine has not arrived – it’s expected in around four weeks. Be sure to stay tuned to our website for the latest information – please do not phone.

Our doctors will vaccinate those most at risk as a priority and we are aiming to give the vaccine to as many people as we can – as quickly as possible.

New COVID-19 clinics for our region

Southern NSW Local Health District has established COVID-19 clinics at Queanbeyan, Moruya, Bega, Goulburn and Cooma. These clinics will test people, as necessary, and provide advice about symptom management and other advice about COVID-19. These walk-in clinics do not require a referral from your GP and will operate during the day on Monday to Friday. However, you are advised to call the Healthdirect hotline on 1800 022 222  or the local number provided, BEFORE attending one of these clinics. 

For clinic locations and opening hours click on Read More here…

Coronavirus – what you need to know

We all need to work together to help stop the spread of Coronavirus. To protect those most at risk and to slow the rate of community transmission – non-essential organised gatherings should be kept to fewer than 500 people. 

People who have returned from anywhere overseas are required to self-isolate for 14 days. During this time, you should monitor your health closely. If you develop symptoms including a fever and cough, you should seek medical attention, remembering to call ahead.

People who have been in close contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus should also monitor their health and seek medical advice.

From 18 March 2020, all Australians are advised not to travel overseas. Go to for further information

 For Department of Health information on Coronavirus (Covid-19) published 17 March 2020, click the Read more link below to find out who is most at risk, what to do if you develop symptoms, if you should wear a mask – who needs to be isolated and what home isolation means. There is also advice on how to prevent the spread of the virus.

Please note: If you feel you may have been in contact with the virus and you develop symptoms you must first call either our practice or contact the Moruya or Batemans Bay District Hospitals for professional advice on what you should do to minimise risks to yourself and others.  

New COVID-19 clinics have been established in our region by our Southern NSW Local Health District – see the news post on our Home Page.

Coronavirus and COVID-19 – questions answered by experts

What do you need to know about COVID-19 and coronavirus? The Conversation asked their readers for their top questions and sought answers from two of Australia’s leading virus and vaccine experts.

This podcast episode is produced by The Conversation – it features Professor Michael Wallach and Dr Lisa Sedger – both from the School of Life Sciences at the University of Technology, Sydney – answering questions from readers. 

Also visit The Conversation