Enrolling as a Patient, Making Appointments and Arriving at our Site
New patients will soon be able to book online by using the BOOK NOW button above and below. For now, please fill this form and email it to us or print, fill and post or drop in. We are best able to provide a quality initial experience if you can get your registration form back to us at least one business day before your first appointment. Emailing your form will not secure your appointment, please call to book.
In order to provide you with the quality care you deserve, MMC is a private billing practice. Our fees may be found here.
Where appropriate, we prefer to offer the safety and convenience of telehealth consultations. However, the Government requires ALL new patients are first seen face to face.
Patients MUST have had an onsite appointment in the previous 12 months to be eligible for the Medicare rebate for their appointment.
Patients may book and/or cancel telehealth or face-to-face appointments online.
MMC uses texts to communicate with our patients. You may opt out, but it will affect the efficiency of our service to you.
If there’s a queue when you arrive, patients may now use our self-check in and check out kiosk, opposite the reception desk. If you’d like a hand, just let us know.
Covid-19 may be in our lives for sometime, it is incredibly important that we continue to look after each other. Access to our site will change dependent on the current risk. We will update requirements for access here:
If you have cold/flu symptoms please attend a covid clinic or your local public hospital for a free covid test FIRST. You don’t need a referral and you will have your results in around 24 -48 hrs. We will require evidence of your negative result if you intend to visit onsite with symptoms. We retain the right to refuse your entry.
Masks remain to be COMPULSORY. If you don’t have your own, you may purchase one for $2 cash on arrival. Please consider our earth when you dispose of masks and consider purchasing effective, reusable ones.
Please maintain 1.5 metres distance from others throughout your visit.
Even if you are young and fit, it is important to limit your exposure to other people during this crucial time, you don’t want to be responsible for infecting your or someone else’s grandparent, baby or immuno-compromised loved one.
Meanwhile, wash your hands regularly, don’t touch MEN (mouth, eyes, nose) avoid public places, eat and sleep well, stay sensible and grounded.
Reach out for help when you need it and offer it to others when you can.