Docker Street General Medical Centre

Docker Street General Medical Centre

bannerbg-e1479518420743-630x400

MONDAY TO FRIDAY 8.30 AM TO 5.30 PM
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 9.00 AM TO 1.00 PM

Docker Street General Medical Centre is a bulk billing clinic and all consults covered by Medicare are bulk billed. We are open 7 days a week and provide same day appointments to all patients in need.

Docker Street General Medical Centre was established in 2008 and we were the first bulk billing clinic in Wangaratta. It is locally owned and operated. In recent years we have expanded to meet the growing demand for our services. In 2016, we constructed our purpose build medical centre at South Wangaratta. South Wangaratta. Medical Centre is now open. We provide the highest quality of care to our patients and warmly welcome all new patients.

The doctors at Docker Street General Medical Centre and South Wangaratta Medical Centre are all highly qualified, committed to excellent patient care and continuing professional development and training.

FullSizeRender

Dr Ali Dabooyeh
MD

Profile for Dr. Ali will be available soon

Dr Gillies Laur
MBBS

Dr Laur holds a general registration and working towards his fellowship. He has over 10 years of medical expertise in a variety of primary health care settings including 4 years in rural and sub-rural medicine, 2 years in Emergencies, 2 years in internal medicine, more than 3 years of experience in Australia.

Dr Laur has special interest in skin care, especially skin cancer management. He is an accredited doctor of the Skin Cancer College of Australia and he has an extensive knowledge and experience in skin cancer medicine.

Dr Laur also speaks French and Spanish.

IMG_6111

Nurses:
Michelle Powell
Alison Mason
Tamlyn Godfrey

Practice Manager:
Nicole Schryver

Reception:
Shirley Minter
Jessica Jenkins
Jodi Gorman

Docker Street Medical Centre

53 Docker Street Wangaratta Victoria 3677

QIP_Logo
Name:*
E-mail:*
Comments:
Word Verification:

►Appointments can be made via phone or in person with one
of our reception team. Standard consultations are in 15
minute intervals and long consultations are allocated 30
minutes.
► Appointments can also be made online and via your mobile
phone (see instructions at bottom right corner of this page).
► We make every effort to ensure clients are seen on their
preferred day and with your doctor of choice. Please bring
your Medicare Card to every appointment.
► Provisions are made in our appointment system for
emergency consultations.
► Specific issues such as complex medical examinations,
health assessments, care plans and surgical procedures
require a long appointment. If you are unsure how much
time you need, please enquire with reception at the time of
booking.
► Please advise your doctor at the start of your consultation if
you have several matters you wish to discuss. You may be
asked to book a further appointment at a later stage if you
have multiple requests/problems which cannot be dealt with
in one consultation.
► We understand your time is valuable and will make every
effort to ensure your waiting time is kept to a minimum.
Sometimes, general practice is unpredictable and urgent
medical needs will be given priority.

►Our doctors may be contacted during normal practice
opening hours. If the doctor is in consultation, a message
will be taken and our receptionist will advise you when it is
likely that the doctor will return your call. Emergency calls
will always be put through to a doctor.
► In order that we are able to contact you, please ensure we
have your correct telephone numbers and address also that
the details of your nominated Next of Kin are current.

► Your doctor will advise when results are expected to arrive
at the practice. Please make an appointment to correspond
with this time.
► We believe it is good medical practice to make an
appointment for the issue of repeat prescriptions or referrals
to specialists and allied health professionals. There may be
out of pocket expenses for consultations with specialists.
► All conditions requiring regular, ongoing medication need to
be reviewed and monitored to confirm the need for ongoing
treatment. The amount of medication and number of
prescription repeats provided is at the discretion of your
doctor and in line with guidelines for responsible
prescribing.

►Our Practice has wheelchair access and facilities to cater
for the disabled (including disabled parking at the front and
rear of the building).
► We have a strict no smoking policy in our building and on
our premises.
► Translation services can be arranged for patients who have
difficulty speaking or understanding English. We have
doctors fluent in English, Farsi, French and Spanish..

►Our practice provides 24/7 care to our patients. If you
require attention when our practice is closed, please
call 0402 647 739 and our on-call doctor will provide
advice, or attend to you as necessary.
► In a medical emergency, call for an Ambulance on
“000”.

►Where safe and reasonable, our practice doctors
provide care to regular patients at home or in aged and
residential care facilities. Please call as early in the day
as possible if you require a home visit.

► The provision of quality health care requires a doctorpatient
relationship of trust and confidentiality.
► This Practice protects your personal health
information to ensure it is only available to authorised
members of staff, for intended persons and to comply
with the Privacy Act.
► Our clinic adheres to the highest standards in security
of storage and transmission of health records.

►Your feedback, both positive and negative is an
invaluable communication tool and is used to improve
our practice and our provision of service.
► We strive to improve for your benefit, please direct any
queries or complaints to our Practice Manager.
► If you have a complaint you wish to take further you
may contact:

  •  Office of the Health Services Commissioner
    Phone: 8601 5200 or toll free 1800 136 066

DISCLAIMER: While every effort is taken to ensure the information contained in
this website is accurate and up to date, it is not exhaustive and not intended to
replace the advice of your doctor. The information provided is for educational
purposes only. Readers should always consult their health care professional for
advice for their individual health care needs or concerns. My Doctor: Practice enewsletters
will not be liable for any loss or damage from misuse of the information
provided. My Doctor: Practice e-Newsletters is not responsible for erroneous or
misleading information provided by subscribing medical practices and all practice
information is approved at time of publication.