COVID-19 and Telehealth at the AFMP

Updated: Apr 15, 2020

To safeguard community wellness we have moved to a telehealth consultation model, you can book online or call the surgery to make your appointment. Your GP will call you at your appointment time and they will conduct the consultation you over the phone. If your GP needs to see you in person they will book an appointment for you to come in to the surgery.

Our Telehealth consultations are bulk billed for the majority of patients, including patients with chronic disease, immuno-compromised patients, patients under 16 and over 70, pregnant women and parents of children under 1 years old. There is an out of pocket component for other patients.

We want you to stay well during the COVID - 19 pandemic, we have plenty of telehealth appointments available with all of our GP's, please do not hesitate to call us to book one.

Thank you.


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