Making an appointment
For an appointment with a physiotherapist, psychologist or GP, you do not need a referral. Simply call to make an appointment. A health care plan provided by a GP is accepted by the psychologist and physiotherapist. To see any other specialist at the centre, you will need a referral from a GP.
The centre uses a computerised system to send helpful recalls and reminders via SMS or mail to patients about suggested follow-up tests and visits. If you do not wish to participate in this recall and reminder system, please advise your health provider.
This is a private practice. Some costs may be billable to Medicare or your private health fund; all other costs are payable on the day.
If you have any questions about possible costs, or to make an appointment please call 03 5821 3555.
We are also a well-equipped general practice open to patients of all ages, both male and female. If you urgently need to see a GP, we aim for same day service.
Fees are based on the length and/or reason for the consultation. The health providers do not routinely bulk bill. However, if you are seeing one of the GPs, they offer a $15 discount for Pensioners and Health Care Card holders.
Patients are asked to pay for their visit in full on the day of the appointment. We accept EFTPOS or cash. We do not accept cheques.
EFTPOS facilities are available and Medicare claims can be submitted on your behalf at the centre. Any rebate, if applicable, will be reimbursed to you directly from Medicare. For this to occur, please ensure Medicare have your bank account details.
For more information about the costs, please call to discuss with the Receptionist, ph: 03 5821 3555.
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The Nurses and GPs provide a comprehensive immunisation service. We stock the complete range of government funded vaccines which includes childhood immunisations, immunisations for the pregnant couple, influenza, pneumococcal and shingles vaccines. “Catch up” immunisations for those who are not appropriately immunised are also available.
The whooping cough vaccine is available to all family members who require vaccination prior to the birth of a child. This is a non-government funded vaccine.
Non-government influenza vaccinations are also available and in stock throughout the year for overseas travel requirements, and throughout the annual flu season.
The GPs can also provide advice on the relevant vaccines when travelling overseas.
For any questions relating to immunisations, please call 03 5821 3555.
Your doctor will be responsible for all conduct which is medical and non-medical in relation to these services, and that Shepparton Women’s Health Centre is acting as an agent and assisting your doctor in providing services to you as the patient.
Specialising in Women’s Health Care and also providing medical treatment for Women, Men and Children!
Meet the health professionals in our clinic who are dedicated to providing personalised medical care to every patient.
We also provide telehealth services with specialists not local to the area such as endocrinologists.
Opening Hours | Mon to Fri 9am – 5pm.
Closed weekends and public holidays.