Goonellabah Medical Centre has received a supply of COVID vaccines and we have started our vaccine rollout. Please be aware that we are systematically working through to contact patients to organise an appointment for vaccination. Please continue to follow social distancing and hand sanitising to help keep yourselves, your family and your community safe. Also it is advised that masks are now required to be used until further notice.

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GMC will be closed from Good Friday through to Easter Monday inclusively.

For patients of this practice, you can call the After Hours Medical Service on 66250047. This number will direct you to the doctor on call - you may be asked to leave a message and the doctor will call you back.
If there are any problems with the answering system, you may contact the Lismore Base Hospital on 02 6624 0200. As always, for emergencies call 000.

 

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Goonellabah Medical Centre will be receiving supplies of COVID-19 vaccines at the end of March to vaccinate our community.

The vaccine rollout will occur in phases according to Government guidelines. To check your phase eligibility, go to https://covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/eligibility

Vaccination will prevent serious disease for you and help keep your families and our community safe.

If you have any questions, please feel free to speak to one of our reception staff or discuss with your usual doctor.

 

Flu vaccinations are now available - please call reception for more information.

Welcome to psychologist, Megan Landers.

Megan Landers is an AHPRA registered psychologist and an Adjunct Associate Professor with the School of Applied Psychology, Griffith University, QLD. Megan holds an Honours Degree and PhD in Psychology, is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society, and is an approved provider of mental health services under Medicare.

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