COVID-19 Vaccination and Telehealth at the AFMP

Updated: Apr 12

We are currently offering a Monday afternoon Covid dose 4 clinic at the surgery. You can book online via this website, via Hotdoc or by calling the Practice direct.

We are currently operating on a face to face or telehealth consultation model, you can book online or call the surgery to make your appointment. Your GP will call you at your appointment time if you are having a telehealth appointment and they will conduct the consultation over the phone or via video conference. If your GP is seeing you in person they will book an appointment for you to come in to the surgery.

Our telehealth appointments are sometimes bulk billed if they are simple and quick, such as for a script renewal, but if they are longer and more complex a charge may apply.

All patients must wear a mask when they attend the practice in person.

When you present at the practice to be seen our reception staff will ask you if you are currently well and if you have had or been a close contact with Covid-19 in the last 14 days. If you answer yes to any of these questions we will ask you to wait outside and your GP will come out to you. We are taking these precautions as we are a high risk environment and we are endeavouring to keep our Patients, staff and GPs well.

Thank you.


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