What Are Your Opening Hours?
Monday – Friday 8.30am-6:00pm
We are closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
What Should I Do After-Hours?
You can find and book our soonest available GP appointment here
If you need more urgent medical care;
In an emergency, dial 000 and ask for an ambulance
Arrange for someone to take you to the emergency department
Call a locum service to visit you at home
- National Home Doctor Service 13 74 25
- Doctor Doctor (Australian Locum Medical Service) 13 26 60
- Doctor to You 1300 30 38 34
How Do I Make An Appointment?
What Should I Do In An Emergency?
In a medical emergency, ring 000 and ask for an ambulance.
What Are Your Fees?
Royal Park Medical is a private billing practice. If you are eligible for a Medicare rebate, you can claim back some of the cost of your consultation. We can process instant rebates for overseas visitors who have insurance with BUPA or Allianz.
Where Can I Park?
Parking is available on site in the underground parking marked with Royal Park Medical signs. There is also ample on-street parking.
Is There Public Transport Nearby?
We are conveniently located within walking distance from a number of tram stops. These are serviced by tram routes 57, 58 and 59. Bus route 401 provides another handy option to access our clinic.
What Facilities And Equipment Does Your Clinic Have?
Royal Park Medical is a new purpose built medical centre. We are wheelchair accessible. In addition to providing medical care for a large range of medical conditions we also offer onsite spirometry and ECG, as well as immunisation.
Are You A Child Friendly Clinic?
Children of all ages are welcome to Royal Park Medical. We have ample room for prams and also offer change facilities. We also have a specific area to entertain children whilst you wait for your appointment. Royal Park Medical supports breastfeeding mothers.
What Services Do You Offer?
- Children’s health — newborn to adolescence
- Women’s health, including family planning, contraception and pregnancy care
- Implanon and IUD (Mirena) insertion in the practice
- Men’s health
- Immunisation- childhood to adult
- Multi-disciplinary management of chronic disease
- Aged care and palliative care
- Skin health and minor skin surgery performed on site
- Alcohol and addiction medicine
- Travel medicine & vaccinations
- Sexual health care
- Occupational aspects of primary health, including for other health professionals
Communicating With Your Doctor
While our doctors are in consultation, we try to keep interruptions to a minimum. Unfortunately this means that we can’t usually put phone calls through to the doctor, unless there is an emergency. If you phone reception you can leave a message.
Our guidelines do not recommend communicating by email, as emails are not encrypted and can be intercepted. The privacy of your medical information is of great importance to us.
How Can I Obtain My Results?
Please make an appointment with your doctor to discuss all results. Results are not usually communicated via email or phone. Non-medical staff at Royal Park Medical are not able to discuss your results with you due to privacy and confidentiality.
Can I Request Repeat Scripts And Repeat Referrals?
Royal Park Medical firmly believe that patients should be re-assessed regularly to ensure it is appropriate to continue medications. For this reason, we are do not supply ‘repeat scripts’. Any repeat referrals to specialists will also require an appointment with your doctor however if you have long term care with a particular specialist please discuss an indefinite referral with your doctor.
Do You Offer Enhanced Primary Care Plans?
For eligible patients with chronic medical conditions, our treating team can coordinate an Enhanced Primary Care Plan.
Do You Offer Mental Health Care Plans?
Our doctors at Royal Park Medical are experienced in providing mental health care services. This includes preparation of Mental Health Care Plans. Please speak to your doctor for further details.
Does Your Practice Use A Recall And Reminder System?
Our practice uses a reminder system to help you maintain your health. The practice sends reminders by post, email, telephone or SMS for procedures such as vaccinations, Pap smears and other health reviews. Our practice also sends information to the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register and the Pap Smear Register. These registers also send reminders. In addition, it is sometimes necessary for us to contact patients if we become aware of an urgent health concern.
Is There On-Site Pathology
Dorevitch Pathology is open onsite for all pathology services.
Do You Recommend Any Radiology Providers?
There are a number of highly reputable radiology providers in the area. Your doctor can discuss these options with you depending on which tests you require.
Are There Any Nearby Pharmacies?
A number of local pharmacies are available for your convenience.
These include Chemist Warehouse, Priceline Pharmacy, Wood Pharmacy, North Melbourne Pharmacy and Melrose Street Pharmacy.
Feedback and Complaints
We welcome all feedback, and we continually strive to improve. We encourage you to contact us as soon as possible if you are not happy with our service. Please see further information under ‘Contact Us’ in the menu.