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FREE Bulk Billing Medicare Service

Medicare Urgent Care Service – All patients will be bulk-billed
Medicare Urgent Care Service provides immediate treatment and care for patients who are experiencing non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses. Please note all patients will be triaged by our Urgent Care Team member. Only eligible patients who meet accepted medical conditions will be admitted into the service. If you are unsure if you qualify please get in touch with the Centre to discuss with our friendly team.

Urgent Care

Visit a Medicare UCC or other urgent service in your area for acute episodic care and treatment, including:
  • minor infections
  • minor fractures, sprains, sports injuries and sudden onset neck and back pain
  • Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
  • sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • minor cuts
  • insect bites and rashes
  • minor eye and ear infections
  • respiratory illness
  • gastroenteritis
  • mild burns
Medicare UCCs will refer you to the emergency department if you have a life-threatening injury or illness, or to your GP for non-urgent, routine and preventative health care.

General Care

Care provided by your local GP includes:

  • diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of diseases and illnesses
  • general screening and health checks
  • vaccinations and prescriptions
  • mental health advice
  • family planning advice
  • referrals for tests, scans or specialist care
  • Ongoing chronic disease care and health assessments

Emergency Care

If you or a loved one has a life-threatening injury or illness, do not attend a Medicare UCC. Call triple zero (000) or go to your nearest emergency department.
Do not attend Medicare UCC when there is:
  • chest pain or tightness
  • breathing difficulties
  • uncontrollable bleeding
  • sever burns
  • poisoning
  • numbness or paralysis
  • unconscious
  • unresponsive or having seizures
  • ongoing fever in infants

This Urgent Care Clinic will NOT provide replacements for lost, stolen or destroyed prescriptions.

Including Prescriptions for: Pain medications and other controlled substances.

Contact us for more information or book an appointment