We have been operating as a privately owned family practice in the Bentley and Cannington area since 1995. We have a strong team of Australian trained local doctors and support staff, and as a group, we have expertise in all areas of general and family medicine. All our doctors are vocationally registered, and the practice is AGPAL accredited. Read More
We are still here for you
Right now, it is more important than ever to stay healthy and get the prescriptions, screening or care you need. Our practice is open and we have appointments available. Click here to learn more about the extra steps we have taken to keep you safe.
Thank you Esther and Erika
In recognition of you and your hard work and commitment to patient care.
Thank you for being amazing nurses.
Our team appreciates all that you do.
Happy Nurses Day
Getting the flu and COVID-19 at the same time can make you very ill, so the Department of Health is recommending vaccination against influenza as soon as it is available. As a result, the demand for influenza vaccination has increased, and vaccines are now in short supply. Please be patient as we manage this situation to ensure our most vulnerable patients are vaccinated.
We are taking measures to minimise patients unnecessarily being exposed to other patients who are unwell as well as maintaining social distancing. Therefore, if you only require your flu vaccination, you will be provided with an appointment in our ‘flu clinic’. Please note that the doctor is not available for a lengthy consultation at this time, and if you need to discuss anything else, you may need to make another appointment. This is to prevent delays and limit the number of patients in the waiting room at one time. For this reason, please avoid arriving too early for your appointment, otherwise you may be asked to wait in your car.
If you are over 65 or severely immunocompromised, please let reception know when making your appointment as some of our GPs have dedicated ‘flu clinics’ to protect you further.
In 2020, influenza vaccines funded through the NIP are available to the following groups due to their increased risk of complications from influenza.
This year all WA primary school-aged children can receive the influenza vaccine for free.
A charge of $14.00 will apply to people not eligible for government-funded vaccines.