King's Medical Center

 

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How do I make an appointment?

To make an appointment please click here

 

What is Bulk Billing?

Bulk billing is when the GP accepts the Medicare rebate directly as payment for services, instead of billing the patient for the service. Generally the fees for multiple consultations to many patients are submitted to the government periodically in bulk as a batch, hence the name “Bulk Billing” 

 

Is Kings Medical Center a bulk billing practice?

Yes, we are a Bulk billing practice. 

 

Do I need an appointment for a repeat prescription?

Yes, in all cases an appointment/Walk-in is required.

 

What should I bring to my first appointment?

  • ID

  • Medicare Card

  • Concession Cards

  • Previous GP and/or Specialist information if required

 

What should I expect during my first visit?

On your first visit to Kings Medical Center you will be allocated a longer appointment with the GP so that any relevant medical history can be discussed.  We ask you to arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment so that you can fill out your registration details. Once these forms are complete, then you will see your GP.  If you feel that you would like to become a regular patient at Kings, you may like to have your records transferred from your previous GP, this can be arranged after your appointment.

 

Are my medical records kept private and confidential?

Yes. At all times we strive to maintain patient confidentiality. This means we won’t discuss your medical history or your personal information with anyone unless we have your written permission to do so.

 

Who are the doctors working in the practice?

To view a list of all doctors working in the practice please click here

 

What services do you offer? 

A list of our services includes the following -

  • General Medical Practice

  • Assistance with Psychological Problems

  • Lifestyle Counselling

  • Minor Surgery

To view a full list of our services please click here

 

Feedback

If you have a problem we would like to hear about it. Please feel free to talk to your doctor or receptionist. You may prefer to write to us. For your convenience we have a complaint form. Just ask the receptionist or feel free to use our suggestion box.