Lennox Head Medical Centre

 

and

 

Epiq Medical Centre Lennox Head

 

Same quality service,

two convenient locations.

 

Your GP can provide

a full suite of general practice services,

catering for all your medical and

preventative health needs.

 

All medical services are provided by your GP. The centre does not directly

provide medical services to the public. The centre and/or its authorised

representatives provide your doctor with Practice Management Services

according to their instructions. Your GP is responsible to you for all conduct

and sets their fee at their discretion.

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Welcome to the Lennox Head Medical Centre

and

Epiq Medical Centre Lennox Head

The General Practitioners (GPs) at Lennox Head Medical Centre and Epiq Medical Centre Lennox Head are skilled, experienced, caring and independent general practitioners.

The doctors and nurses stay up to date on the latest medical knowledge and procedures through regular formal professional development. Delivering a broad range of services they are well supported by a great team outside our practice. These include dentists, physiotherapists, podiatrists, exercise physiologists and our community pharmacists.

If you are elderly or have mobility issues, we make it easy for you. The access ramp and disabled parking is right near the front door. If you need a wheelchair or other assistance simply call ahead and we’ll do our best to meet your needs.

Make an appointment by calling (02) 6687 7444 or via our online booking system.

Patient advice regarding COVID-19

 

The information about novel coronavirus continues to develop. It’s important to take sensible steps to look after yourself and your family.

 

  • Keep an eye out for updates from reliable sources such as the NSW Government website.
  • If you develop a fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath or are in contact with someone else who has Coronavirus, seek medical advice you can call the Coronavirus help information line on 1800 020 080 or call us.
  • In an emergency present to the Emergency Department but please always call before you present and wear a mask if you have symptoms
  • Protect yourself and others: clean your hands regularly, cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue. Face masks are recommended for people within 1.5 metres of each other.
  • Importantly – stay at home if you’re feeling unwell.
  • COVID-19 vaccinations are now available at our practice and can be booked online.

 

We are putting in extra measures to ensure your safety. We have increased our surface cleaning and are providing access to hand sanitiser and masks at the front desk and we are assessing higher risk patients outside the surgery or by telehealth consultations.

We encourage you to call us for advice if you have any of the symptoms listed above to consider taking advantage of the new telehealth consultation medicare items. Please call the surgery and see if you meet the government’s criteria for access to the medicare rebate and if they will be suitable for you. If you don’t meet the criterion we can still provide advice but there will be a non-medicare rebatable fee for this service.

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Services

Health checks and assessments

Preventative health strategies

Chronic disease management

GP management plans

Preventative health

To live your best life

Immunisations

Including travel vaccines

Occupational medicine

Insurance medicals

Family planning

Contraception and fertility

Pregnancy care

Antenatal shared care

Family health

Kids, adults and over 50s

Health after 50

Health action

Iron infusions

For iron deficiencies

Telehealth

Remote consultations

Injury and wound care

Sporting injuries

Minor surgical procedures

Skin cancer removal

Mental health

Support and treatment

COVID-19

Staying safe