Park Street General Practice, Geelong.
Caring for the whole family.
Park Street GP remains OPEN to care for our patients.
We are committed to maintaining our services to our patients and the Geelong community. Many of our GP’s are taking on new patients.
However, when you visit Park Street GP, please DO NOT ENTER THE PRACTICE.
When you arrive for your appointment, please wait outside the practice and call reception on 5223 2722.
We will then advise you on what you need to do upon entry.
Face masks must be worn at all times when attending the practice.
Dedicated Coronavirus (COVID-19) Victorian Hotline 1800 675 398. The Hotline is open 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Please keep Triple Zero (000) for emergencies only.
*FLU VACCINATION & COVID-19 VACCINATION UPDATE*
We have in stock Government and Private Flu vaccines. We are still waiting to be informed regarding the supply of COVID- 19 vaccine.
Please note, it is recommended that you wait 14 days between getting a flu vaccine and the COVID-19 vaccine.
It does not matter in what order you get the vaccines. However:
- if you are in earlier phases for COVID-19 vaccination, you should get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon you can. You can then plan your flu vaccination.
- if you are in later phases for COVID-19 vaccination, you should get the flu vaccine as soon as you can. This will ensure you are ready to get your COVID‑19 vaccine when it is available to you.
You can check what phase you are in using the COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Checker.
When you book in for your flu vaccine, remember to advise us if you have received the COVID-19 vaccine and when you received it so that we can plan your appointment.
Please contact Park Street GP Reception tel: 5223 2722 to book your appointment.
Park Street General Practice.
Located at 16 Park Street in Geelong’s CBD, the Park St General Practice is committed to providing patients with a high standard of care.
Health and wellbeing for the whole family is our priority. Our team of experienced male and female practitioners have a wide range of complementary skills and special interests including paediatrics, vaccination and immunisation programs and women’s health.
For your convenience, Australian Clinical Laboratories Pathology is also located within Geelong’s Park St General Practice.
Please Note: Australian Clinical Laboratories are currently NOT working from Park Street General Practice due to COVID 19 reduction in their sites. Their main location is open at 235 Ryrie Street, Geelong.
After Hours: In the event of an emergency outside normal hours, the Home Visiting Doctor Service can be contacted on 137 425.
Face to face and Telehealth consultations are currently available at Park Street GP.
Whilst we continue to see patients face to face, it is vital we follow the rules in line with the guidance from the Department of Health.
If you attend in person, do not enter the practice. Wait outside and call reception on 5223 2722 and continue to follow the instructions of staff and signage throughout the practice.
You must wear a mask and follow social distancing rules.
Please let us know if you are suffering from financial distress. We thank you for your understanding as we navigate these uncertain times.
At Park Street General Practice we believe in a holistic approach to health so our GP’s offer a broad range of medical services to Geelong and the surrounding region.
Below are some common Frequently Asked Questions.
If you have any another questions, please contact us tel: 03 5223 2722.
All consultations at Park Street General Practice are by scheduled appointment only.
You can usually expect to spend 10 to 15 minutes with your doctor, but this may change if there have been emergencies or if the surgery is very busy.
We ask that you make a double appointment for minor surgical procedures, any insurance or medical examinations requiring reports or problems that you think may take a longer time.
Should you be unable to keep your appointment we appreciate your earliest possible notification so that another patient may be offered the appointment time.
To make an appointment please use our online booking system or contact our friendly reception team on 5223 2722.
*Please note you may only book standard appointment types as a regular patient of the practice online. If you are a new client, please contact our reception team.
Existing patients may make an appointment with our nurse for the following:
- Childhood Immunisations
- Adult Immunisations (we only stock Government supplied immunisations, you will need to make a prior appointment with a GP for any immunisation required by prescription)
- Rpt de-sensitisation injections
- Wound management
- Chronic Disease Management Plans (Care Plans) and Team Care Arrangements (EPC- Enhanced Primary Care program)
- Health Assessments (75+ Assessment, Intellectual Disability assessment, chronic disease risk health assessments and 4 year old healthy kids checks)
- Ear Wash Out procedures (following a visit with your GP for a treatment plan)
Please call the practice to arrange an appointment with one of our nursing team.
We often have a long waiting list for appointments. We appreciate your advising us of any cancellations at least two hours prior to your scheduled appointment time
We are a Private Billing Practice and do not bulk bill. Patients are required to settle accounts on the day of consultation. Payment is preferred by credit card, cash or Eftpos. If you have registered a bank account with Medicare we can process your claim online.
Standard Consultation $83.00 Medicare Rebate $38.20
Standard Consultation Pension $69.00 Medicare Rebate $38.20
Long Consultation $123.00 Medicare Rebate $73.95
Long Consultation Pension $109.00 Medicare Rebate $73.95
This is not a complete list of fees, please contact Park St General Practice to enquire about specific fee types and Medicare rebates.
* Park Street fee schedule is subject to change without notice.
IIn certain circumstances, where medically appropriate, prescriptions for continuing medications may be written without a consultation. A fee is charged for this service. Requests may be made by phone, letter or calling into the surgery.
The doctor requires 24 hours notice to check the patient history, the medication and to enter information in to the patient history.
Authority prescriptions, sleeping tablets and analgesic prescriptions ALL require an appointment.
If you have an emergency please telephone 000 or go to your nearest Emergency Department.
When our practice is closed, the Home Visiting Doctor Service can be contacted on tel: 137 425.
Doctors and Staff at this practice are committed to providing a high standard of patient care.
We have a strict policy regarding medical record/patient confidentiality and encourage your feedback via our suggestion box.
Your medical record is a confidential document stored electronically on computer or as a hard copy in a secure location. It is the policy of this practice to maintain security of personal health information at all times and to ensure that this information is only available to authorised members of staff.
If you wish to transfer your patient history to our practice please ask our reception staff for a transfer form.
If you wish to transfer from our practice you will need to obtain a transfer form from your new practice. In accordance with the Health Records Regulations 2012, we charge a minimal fee for electronic copies of $16.50 and paper based copies 20 per page plus postage for supplying patient histories to another practice.
We routinely send mobile SMS messages to remind patients, who have consented for this service, of appointments/results/health promotion activities.
For result enquires please tel: 5223 2722 and follow the telephone prompts to speak to of of our experienced nurses.
We try to keep interruptions to your consultation to a minimum.
Telephone calls will be answered by our reception staff and they will be forwarded to the doctor or nurses if urgent, or a message will be given to the doctor who will return the call at a later time.
All needles and surgical instruments used in our practice are sterilised by autoclaving for each and every patient.
In certain circumstances disposable instruments may be used.