Caring for the Upper Kiewa Community since 1956

A Doctor is on call 24/7

If you need medical help after hours
contact the Mount Beauty Hospital on 03 5754 3500.

In an emergency call 000

Flu Vaccinations

Have you had your flu shot yet? You may be eligible for a free vaccination.
Under the National Immunisation Program, free flu vaccines are provided to the following groups who are at higher risk of complications from flu:

— children aged 6 months to less than 5 years
— all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 6 months and over
— people aged 6 months and over with certain medical conditions that increase their chance of severe influenza and its complications
— pregnant women (at any stage during pregnancy)
— people aged 65 years and over

Covid Vaccinations

We have a small allocation of Astra Zeneca - Covid vaccines and are currenty vaccinating medical service providers and emergency services personnel as a priority. We have also commenced a limited number of Category 1b vaccinations, with priority given to the most frail and elderly. Before coming in for a Covid vaccine we encourage you to check the consent questions via the link below.

A number of GP and public clinics in our region have a higher capacity to deliver Covid vaccinations. The Eligibility Tracker link will provide you with a comprehensive list of all vaccine providers in our region.

Any person over 50 can book for a Covid vaccine at the Albury Wodonga Health Vaccine Clinic in the old Coles building in High St Wodonga. Call 1800 675398 (options 1,2,2) to make a booking.

Please keep our staff, patients, and the broader community safe by abiding by all of our safety precautions. If you have symptoms such as: cough, tightness of breath, runny nose, or sneezing please DO NOT enter the practice. Tell the receptionist when booking your appointment or call us from the carpark when you arrive at the practice. The doctor may decide to complete your consultation over the phone or in the car park. If you come into the practice, use the hand sanitiser at the front door and keep your distance from other patients and receptionists. Our practice has put protocols in place to ensure we are as safe as possible. Please keep us all safe.

If you have a fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or achy body symptoms please ring the Medical Centre or the Hospital (on the weekends) to discuss an EARLY Coronavirus test.

Coronavirus testing can be arranged locally at Mount Beauty or at the testing clinic in Wodonga.

For more information regarding Coronavirus please consult the Victorian DHHS Coronavirus website.

We are offering telehealth and phone consultations to those patients who have Covid or upper respiratory symptoms.
When you contact the practice for an appointment our staff will ask you some screening questions to determine if a telehealth or phone consultation is the best option.
Unfortunately due to the change in the Government regulations we can only provide telehealth and telephone consultations to current patients of the practice.

Mount Beauty Medical Centre is providing our community with 24/7 oncall which means that there is a Mount Beauty doctor on call every night, all weekends and allpublic holidays. If you need to see a doctor after hours, please phone the hospital on 03 5754 3500. A nurse will talk with you initially then call the doctor if required. All after hours consultations will incur a fee.

ALL Australians now have a “My Health Record” unless they choose to opt-out. It is an online summary of your key health information, it may include:
· An overview of your health uploaded by your doctor
· Hospital discharge summaries
· Reports from testsand scans
· Medications your doctor hasprescribed
· Medicare and Pharmaceutical benefits scheme information
· Organ donation decisions
· Immunisation history
Your health information can be viewed securely online, from anywhere at any time – even if you travel interstate. Which means that in an emergency, healthcare providers can access important information about you, which may save your life. It also means you don't have to remember the names of your medications or recent tests you may have had.

PACE (Pulmonary and Caridac Exercise and Education program)
The PACE program has commenced being funded by Murray Primary Health Network through Alpine Health. This program involves development of a Cardiac / COPD rehabilitation clinic using group exercise programs. You can learn more about Alpine Health's PACE Program here. If you are interestedinbeing involved please talk to your doctor.

Did you know that we bulk bill all young people who live in the area and are still at school? We need their medicare number and if they are a minor, the medicare number, name and date of birth of aparent. We can then transmit the account directly to Medicare so there is no out of pocket expence.