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Covid-19 Information

This page provides some useful information for our patients and community regarding Covid-19 infection, prevention and support services. It is not intended to replace a conversation with your GP for your own personal circumstances.

Please phone (02) 6361 8448 to discuss your situation with your GP. 


Patients are encouraged to wear a mask when attending health facilities or visiting vulnerable people.

If you  think you have covid, or have any form of cold or fever, shortness of breath, a cough, runny nose, sore throat or loss of smell or taste; or been in close contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19 it is important you seek medical advice by phone. Please contact us on 02 6361 8448 for advice.

  • DO NOT book an appointment online.

  • DO NOT present to the GP Surgery.

  • For 24 hour support phone Health Direct 1800 022 222

  • COVID-19 Testing locations can be found online.

If you have a sore throat, shortness of breath, fever, cough, runny nose or changes to smell or taste, ensure you wear a mask and seek medical advice.

We can offer bulk-billed telehealth (phone) appointments to our existing patients where COVID-19 symptoms are present, or the patient is housebound, or is subject to isolation or quarantine restrictions.

COVID-19 Vaccination:

Discuss your vaccination options with your GP. They can advise you about your eligibility for vaccination or booster doses. 

You can use the COVID-19 Vaccine eligibility tracker to book an appointment close to your location.

We ceased covid vaccination clinics on 30 Sept 2022.

Have you tested positive for Covid? 

Call us to arrange a phone appointment with your GP to discuss anti-viral or other treatments which may be appropriate for you.

You can also call HealthDirect on 1800 022 222 for advice.

  • NSW  Care at Home Support Line on 1800 960 933  if you are Covid positive and need advice.

  • 24hour National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.


Call 000  If you or family member and are feeling short of breath, breathlessness at rest, unable to speak in sentences, become unconscious, faint or drowsy. or skin or lips turning blue or pale.

How to prepare in case you get Covid-19?

In case you get Covid, you may consider:

  • Keeping at least 2 weeks supplies of your usual medications

  • You may experience cold or flu symptoms, aches and pains, and a temperature (fever) which may require paracetamol or ibuprofen. Keep supplies of these medications for yourself and for other household members (eg. Children's Panadol).

  • Be prepared to keep fluid levels up to maintain hydration, as you may experience diarrhoea and tummy upsets.

  • Plan for how you will provide meals for yourself or other family members if you need to separate healthy household members from unwell members. You may also need to use separate bathrooms and toilet facilities if you can.

  • Consider how you will look after pets, and have pet food supplies on hand.

  • You may need to consider some activities or plans to keep yourself, children or other household members occupied while isolating or if  other family members are unwell. Consider hobbies, puzzles, games,  movies, arts & crafts, books or other home-based activities. Remember: while in isolation you are not allowed to leave your home.

  • Make sure you have contact details for your GP, pharmacy, and a plan for who to contact if you need assistance, or become very unwell.


Call NSW Health COVID-19 Care at Home Support Line on 1800 960 933 (8.30am - 8.30pm) if you are Covid positive and need advice.

If you have symptoms or questions about COVID-19, call the 24hr National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.

Western NSW Local Health District Information:

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Covid testing - NSW Health provides information regarding Covid testing.

RAT testing is now very common, available from pharmacies, supermarkets and service stations. 

A referral may be required for a PCR test.

Speak to your doctor to get a pathology referral form and to ask where to get a PCR test. PCR tests are free for anyone with Medicare.

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