Visit a Doctor for your Medical Services
The doctors practicing at Caneland Medical Centre provide comprehensive medical services for all their registered and new patients of all ages. They aim to provide a family-friendly atmosphere.
General medical care
Urgent Appointments for sick children
Full skin cancer checks
Immunisation – all ages
Spirometry (lung function tests)
Instant INR blood clotting testing to monitor Warfarin therapy
STI Check ups
Women’s Health services including pap smears, breast checks & pregnancy testing
Antenatal shared care/ newborn health checks/ Breast feeding advice
STI check ups
Mirena IUD insertion & removal
Implanon insertion & removal
Health Assessments for all ages
Weight Management and Body Scale Analysis
Mental Health Plans
Commerical and private drivers license medicals
Chronic Disease management care plans
- Heart Disease
- Chronic airways disease
- Mental health
Yellow Fever Vaccines
Minor Operations and Procedures
Full and Partial toenail removals
Cast application and removal
Sports and musculoskeletal medicine
Lip or tongue ties surgery/snipping
Each doctor consulting from Caneland Medical Centre choose to privately bill, please see the doctors fee schedule below:
– 23 (standard consult) $91.75
Medicare Rebate of $39.75
– 36 (long consult) $155.95
Medicare Rebate of $76.95
– 44 (prolonged consult) $192.30
Medicare Rebate of $113.30
PRESCRIPTION & REFERRAL REQUESTS
Please place all prescription requests online with HotDocs. Alternatively, phone reception with at least 48 hours notice. A $25 fee is charged for the service.
Please phone reception for referral requests. A $25 fee is charged for this service.
Each prescription request is assessed by your doctor who will approve or decline the request on clinical grounds. If the request is declined, you will be advised to make an appointment in-person.
Repeat prescriptions for addictive medication including benzodiazepines and opiates are not provided using these services.
RESULTS OF A TEST OR PROCEDURE
Only patients aged 12 or over can ring for their own results, not another family member or friend, unless we have written authorisation from the patient. For patients under the age of 12, the results are given to their primary carer.