Outpatients Clinics

General Ambulatory Care provides patient centred care to the right people in the right place and the right time by the right health professionals to achieve the best possible patient outcomes.  The aim of General Ambulatory care is to provide specialised access and care with greater flexibility for patient’s choice to receive in treatment in conjunction with their general practitioner’s guidance. 

Service Description:

General Ambulatory Care is an adult treatment/referral centre comprised of Consulting Rooms, Hospital in the Clinic (HICL), Hospital in the Home (HITH), Community, Podiatry and other support services in an outpatients setting.

The following list reflects all the services offered in General Ambulatory Care.  For general wound care please refer to “HICL”

Please click on the link for more information on how to refer.

Bone & Calcium Obesity    
Brain Injury Osteoarthritis Chronic Care Program (OACCP)
Chest Clinic Osteoporosis Refracture Prevention (ORP) Service
Dermatology Pain
Diabetes Telehealth Pain Clinic        
Endocrine Plastics
Ear Nose Throat (ENT) Prosthesis        
Fracture Psychogeriatric        
Gastroenterology
Rehabilitation
Geriatrics Renal
HICL (Hospital in the Clinic) Rheumatology
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Pain/ Telehealth Pain Clinic  
Movement Disorders     Vascular Wound Care     
Neurosurgery Viral Hepatitis

 

Please see our list of services here, where you can find information on our individual clinic services. 

Otherwise, please call  general Outpatients reception on: 02 8382 3110 or switch on 02 8322 1111.