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Brooke Street Medical Centre, Woodend

Experience the difference.

Ours is a multidisciplinary medical centre working from a team centred approach.
Doctors, nurses and other allied health service providers offer a range of services to meet your acute, urgent, chronic and ongoing health needs.
We also regularly train medical students, nursing and allied medical students to prepare them for the health services workforce.
We take pride in the ongoing education of all our staff.

All GP consults for children under 16 are Bulk Billed

All GPMP, TCA and Health Assessments are now also Bulk Billed

Victoria Flu Shortages.

Victoria's health department is rationing all types of influenza vaccines due to an extreme shortage and all states are working with the Commonwealth to try and get more.

The shortage is blamed on an "unprecedented demand" for vaccines this year, the Victorian Government said, after a bad flu season in 2017.

Brooke Street Medical Centre is awaiting our next delivery of flu vaccines and will contact any patients who have booked into our flu clinics if the vaccines have not arrived prior to their scheduled appointment.

Brooke Street Medical Centre apologises for the delay, but this is due to the national shortage.


Mens Health Week 11-17 June 2018

In Men’s Health Week 11-17 June 2018, we are encouraging all men to start a conversation about their health and wellbeing with someone they trust. The simple act of sharing a concern can turn someone’s life around. We urge all men to talk about how they are feeling.


Diabetes Victoria's new awareness campaign, Bust a Myth Kicks off on Monday 4th June 2018

This theme will help to bust some of the most common myths about diabetes and help Victorians understand more about the condition.

For more details go to 
https://www.diabetesvic.org.au/Bust-a-myth

Healthcare under the rainbow. LGBTIQ+ presentation.

This video provides an opportunity to hear from young people in the LGBTIQ+ community about their healthcare experiences, as well as BSMC healthcare providers.

The video project was funded by LETS (Leadership & Events Training Skills) and Kyneton Community & Learning Centre with the support of COBAW Community Health.


Tip:

Get to know the Brooke Street team:

have 2-3 BSMC GPs

that you are familiar with,

just in case your usual

GP is unavailable

Tip:

Arrange longer appointments if you

have complex care needs.

There is no additional cost to you

for a longer appointment.

Tip:

Book longer appointments

if you are new to the clinic,

if you have a long list of problems,

or if you have paperwork

to be completed.

Tip:

Bring along a list of items you

wish to discuss with your

Health Care Professional

Tip:

Ask your specialist/Hospital Doctor

to send all correspondences to

Brooke St prior to your appointment,

so we can discuss any changes

to you treatment plan.

Tip:

Ask pathology and radiology providers

to send Brooke St Medical Centre

a copy of any new tests,

even if ordered

by a Specialist / Hospital Doctor.

Tip:

Arrive at least 5 mins prior

to your appointment,

if you are new to

Brooke Street Medical Centre

to complete paperwork.

Tip:

Provide at least 24 hours notice

if you need to cancel an appointment.

So we can offer another patient

your time slot.

Tip:

Let us know any change

of contact details.

So that your records are up to date,

should we need to contact you.

Tip:

We send out SMS reminders regarding

your appointments and some results.

Please make sure your mobile details

are correct and up to date.

Tip:

Need to book an appointment

when we are closed?

You can book online using

click here to book an appointment

located on this page.


Our Medical practice aims at all times to provide friendly, skilled and professional services – speak to one of our respected receptionists to organise the care that best suits your needs.