Main Clinic - 2-4 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier
Branch Clinic - Port MacDonnell Senior Citizens Building
Consulting Hours Monday to Friday 8.30am to 6.30pm Phones open at 8.00am for Appointments
Saturday 9.00am to 11.30am Phones open at 8.00am
Sunday & Public Holidays 9.30am to 12.30pm Phones open at 9.30am
Contact Us 08 8725 4261

About us

Our three Partners , seven Associates and two Registrars offer the community a wide range of health services. We have a range of visiting Allied Health and specialists consulting at Ferrers Medical Clinic. We also have a branch clinic operating at Port MacDonnell three afternoons per week for those residents.

We are proud to be part of the Flinders University Rural Clincial School where rural medical students are sometimes hosted in our practice.

Our fully computerised practice offers remote access to doctors visiting nursing homes. We have NBN and wifi within the clinic.

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We understand that in a small coastal town you may know where your GP lives , but it is not acceptable to attend their family home . ... Read MoreRead Less

2nd August, 2021

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No one should call on their doctor at home be like the rest of us and use the clinic with appointment

A fricking gain... jesus guys, this is not acceptable in any way shape or form. Doctors (and nurses and office ladies!) work hard during clinic hours, they and their families deserve privacy and respect both during and outside of those hours. Just don't okay...

Absolutely not!

Highly unacceptable. Give the doctor some privacy outside of their usual times.

Wow, that is not ok!!

Ethan Humphries lol wot

Omg no no no , so disrespectful .

Omg

Omg how disrespectful

Unbelievable

Angela Maynard

Again?

Jess Bird Omg 😳

Soo disrespectful

Surely not!!

Not OK!!!!!

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As restrictions are eased across South Australia from Wednesday, you need to stay in quarantine for the required period if you have visited an exposure site or have been directed to by SA Health.

If you visited a COVID-19 exposure location and you are required to quarantine:
▪Do not leave your home except in an emergency, to seek urgent medical care or have a COVID-19 test.
▪Do not have any visitors at your home.
▪Shop online or have family or friends deliver what you need to your door (do not open the door until the person delivering items has left).
▪The SA Health website will advise if other people in your household also need to quarantine.

How long do I need to quarantine for❓
▪The day you last visited an exposure site is counted as day 0.
▪You must quarantine for 14 more days since this date (or as advised by SA Health).

What do I do next❓
▪Follow the advice on the SA Health website.
▪Make sure you complete the online form to let SA Health know you were at an exposure site.
▪You must follow the advice on the SA Health website, even if you have not been contacted.
▪You may not always receive a phone call or SMS from SA Health. Due to the large volume of exposure sites and contacts, this is not always possible.

ℹFor a list of exposure locations, and advice on quarantine and testing requirements, visit: www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/covidcontacttracing

ℹFor information on how to quarantine, visit: www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/covidisoadvice

ℹFor translated information (available in 35 languages) visit: www.sahealth.sagov.au/COVIDtranslated
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27th July, 2021

From Mon 26 th after 11.00am you can phone to make your COVID AZ Vaccine appt .
To date , 1300 vaccines have been given.
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22nd July, 2021

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The reason we have now opened up booking by phone is that have worked our way through our wait list we had , hundreds of patients.. so we no longer have a wait list , patients can telephone. And book the next available spot for the two doses .. We have had a couple of patients ask as they were on the list but have not heard from us … we have tried several times to contact those on the list , but some have not been contactable, so we now need to press on . Thanks

Haven't heard of appointments for parents... On wait list weeks and weeks ago!

Sally Foster

Do you have any idea if & when you will have Pfizer available please

Deanne Carmody

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While we have Level 4 restrictions we are also going to be cautious as we have many of our patients who are vulnerable .
We will use our rear entrance for all patients. Only those patients with booked appts to enter . If you don’t have an appt please telephone us , to book an appt or pay an account .
Masks are still mandatory for all patients , please bring a mask with you .
Thankyou in advance .
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19th July, 2021

We are nearly through all of our patients on our Astra Zeneca waiting list , our staff have been working overtime to get those pts booked with an appt .. We have added many more vaccine appts to meet our demand and we thankyou for your patience ..

From NEXT WEEK the 26th July you can telephone AFTER 11.00am ,to book in  for an Astra  Zeneca appt .   Please remember -Only after 11.00am .  Please have your diary ready as we will give you the two dates for both doses .

We are nearly through all of our patients on our Astra Zeneca waiting list , our staff have been working overtime to get those pts booked with an appt .. We have added many more vaccine appts to meet our demand and we thankyou for your patience ..

From NEXT WEEK the 26th July you can telephone AFTER 11.00am ,to book in for an Astra Zeneca appt . Please remember -Only after 11.00am . Please have your diary ready as we will give you the two dates for both doses .
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19th July, 2021

COVID-19 HEALTH ALERT 19 July 2021

SA Health has identified exposure locations associated with positive cases of COVID-19.

⚠ If you were at the below locations at the specified date and time, you and your household contacts should:
▪ immediately self-isolate for 14 days since you were at the location
▪ get tested immediately
▪ get tested again on day 5 and day 13
▪ complete this form to notify SA Health you were at this location: forms.sa.gov.au/#/form/60dbc8114d433274849f347c

Golden Grove – OPSM
▫ Saturday 17 July – 3.00pm to 4.45pm
Hindmarsh – Gaganis Bros
▫ Friday 16 July – 1.00pm to 2.30pm
Modbury – Commonwealth Bank
▫ Wednesday 14 July – 10.30am to 12.15pm
▫ Tuesday 13 July – 10.00am to 11.15am
St Agnes – Aldi
▫ Tuesday 13 July – 10.20am to 11.30am

⚠If you were at the below locations at the specified date and time, you should:
▪ immediately self-isolate for 14 days since you were at the location
▪ get tested immediately
▪ get tested again on day 5 and day 13
▪ complete this form to notify SA Health you were at this location: forms.sa.gov.au/#/form/60dbc8114d433274849f347c

Golden Grove – Golden Grove Village Shopping Centre
▫ Saturday 17 July – 3.00pm to 4.45pm
Golden Grove – The Grove Newsagency
▫ Saturday 17 July – 3.30pm to 3.45pm
*Modbury – Modbury Hospital Emergency Department
▫ Sunday 18 July 10.00pm to Monday 19 July 8.00am
St Agnes – St Agnes Shopping Centre
▫ Tuesday 13 July – 10.20am to 11.30am

⚠If you were at the below location, monitor yourself for symptoms and get tested as soon as they develop:
Glenelg – Wigley Reserve
▫ Friday 16 July – 12.30pm to 1.15pm

*New location.

ℹ If you were at these locations but not at the specified date and time, monitor yourself for symptoms and get tested as soon as symptoms develop.

If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, no matter how mild, please seek testing as soon as possible.

ℹ Find your nearest testing site at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/COVIDtesting
ℹ More information is available at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/COVIDcontacttracing
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18th July, 2021

Important information for travellers arriving in South Australia from NSW or VIC as Cross Border Community Members.

As the situation in Victoria and New South Wales continues to evolve, the South Australia State Coordinator and SA Health advise that further restrictions are being imposed to travellers arriving from the Cross Border corridors.

People who have travelled from Mildura Local Government Area since 11 July 2021 will be required to quarantine for 14 days since arrival in SA and will be required to receive a COVID-19 test on days 1, 5 & 13. These people will be contacted from SA Health.

People are encouraged to limit their travel in and out of the Riverland area and are advised to seek testing for even the mildest of symptoms if they have been in this area.

Changes which will be implemented in the Direction from 12.01am 19 July 2021 are:
- New South Wales Cross Border corridor is now limited to the LGA of Broken Hill and communities in SA including Manna Hill, Olary, Tiaklina and Cockburn. Travellers outside of the corridor will no longer be permitted to enter South Australia unless an Essential Traveller or Permitted Arrival. Cross border corridor residents will still be permitted to enter SA however, only for a strict number of reasons. SA residents outside of the corridor travelling to Broken Hill will only be able to do so for essential work or with a health exemption.

- The Victorian Cross Border Corridor will be reduced to 40km (down from the current 70km) and the reasons that people are permitted to travel will also be reduced.

- The cross border corridor reasons for travel include:
- employment or education; or
- providing care and support to, or receiving care and support from, another person; or
- obtaining food, petrol or other fuel or medical care or supplies; or
- obtaining a COVID-19 vaccination.

SA Police acknowledge that this information is limited however, further advice and details will be provided later tonight through the publication of the Direction.

All existing directions, frequently asked questions and other information can be found here: www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/emergency-declarations

If you require further information you can call the SA COVID-19 Information Line on 1800 253 787 between the hours of 9am to 5pm 7 days per week or go to the SA Health website at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au or www.sa.gov.au/covid-19
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18th July, 2021

As per the very latest advice , if you are attending an appt with us , please bring and wear your mask .. Those  without masks will not be able to attend .  ( saying you did not know is not acceptable - sms appt message indicates - wear your mask  ) 
Please can we also ask than non essential persons remain at home , we have social distancing in place but only enough spaces for those with an appt .. 
Please also be kind to our staff , who are only following the rules to keep everyone safe . 
It is your responsibility  to .. QR Code - Mask - Social Distance as we have asked 
Thank you in advance for your tolerance .

As per the very latest advice , if you are attending an appt with us , please bring and wear your mask .. Those without masks will not be able to attend . ( saying you did not know is not acceptable - sms appt message indicates - wear your mask )
Please can we also ask than non essential persons remain at home , we have social distancing in place but only enough spaces for those with an appt ..
Please also be kind to our staff , who are only following the rules to keep everyone safe .
It is your responsibility to .. QR Code - Mask - Social Distance as we have asked
Thank you in advance for your tolerance .
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15th July, 2021

We are significantly increasing our numbers  of appts we can offer from August for Astra Zeneca , we appreciate your patience , all those on the list will soon receive a call from us if you are 60 and over .. You will be given both 1st and 2nd dose appts .. Please make sure you keep track of your appt slip ..

We are significantly increasing our numbers of appts we can offer from August for Astra Zeneca , we appreciate your patience , all those on the list will soon receive a call from us if you are 60 and over .. You will be given both 1st and 2nd dose appts .. Please make sure you keep track of your appt slip .. ... Read MoreRead Less

14th July, 2021

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Thank you! Have been waiting since late May.