We Now Send Recalls/Clinical Reminders via SMS

Our practice now uses secure mobile messages (SMS) to send recalls / clinical reminders to patients about upcoming health appointments, such as skin checks, cervical tests and blood tests. The SMS’ will replace letters sent in the post.

Why SMS?

As well as being a more environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional letters, SMS is more secure because you can only read the health message after verifying your personal information, and more reliable because messages have less chance of being lost.

What do I need to do?

When you receive an SMS, open the message and click on the secure link. You’ll be taken to a screen where you will need to verify your personal information, including your last name and date of birth. Once you have verified your identity you can read your recall health message. From here you can book your appointment for a time convenient to you.

Please note that you’ll need to be connected to the Internet, or have data on your phone, for the link to work. If your phone is connected to the internet and you still can’t access the link, please call us at 02 6584 4544.

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If you are unwell or experiencing cold or flu like symptoms do not present to the clinic.

As of Monday 30 March your doctor is able to bulk bill a phone or video consultation with you to address your health needs.

To make an appointment you can book online via the HotDoc app or call the clinic on 6584 4544.

If your doctor assesses you and determines you need to be seen, a time will be arranged for you to attend the Clinic.
The PMGPSC team is committed to providing the best outcome for you at this time while keeping you, our doctors and our staff safe.

Please note, it is very important that you have your regular appointments for chronic disease management. These can be done via telehealth to assist you to remain healthy during this time.

If you have difficulty breathing or experience other severe symptoms call an ambulance on 000.

For general information regarding Coronavirus call the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 020 080.

For other medical enquiries you can speak to a nurse at Health Direct on 1800 022 222.