COVID-19 Vaccinations Now Available at Eacham Medical Centre

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Eacham Medical Centre are now able to offer COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccinations to all eligible patients. We have been allocated a limited number of vaccinations per week and we ask for patience and understanding as we try our very best to offer the vaccine to our patients as quickly as possible.  If you have any questions surrounding the vaccine please visit the following websites:

Learn about COVID-19 vaccines | Australian Government Department of Health

About the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine | Australian Government Department of Health

or your eligibility:

Vaccines Eligibility Checker (

or feel free to call our clinic to talk to one of our friendly receptionists. If deemed eligible, we will be able to book you in for one of our vaccination clinics at the earliest availability.

Farewell to Dr Rebekah Adams

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It was with great sadness we recently said farewell to the lovely Dr Rebekah Adams who has relocated south. Staff and patients alike will greatly miss Dr Adams and we wish her the very best with future endeavours. We wish to assure Dr Adam’s patients that Eacham Medical Centre will do our very best to continue to provide them with the excellent level of GP care they are accustomed to receiving from her.


We listened to you and are improving patient care

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Thank you to all who completed our patient survey (the Practice Accreditation and Improvement Survey) earlier this year where we asked for your honest opinions on the service we provide. We listened to your concerns and have taken the following actions to make improvements to patient care where you feel it would be most useful:

Seeing clinician of choiceWe value highly the therapeutic relationship between patients and their GP and the continuity of care this relationship provides.

Reception Staff will do their best to assist our patients in making an appointment with their clinician of choice and we reserve a number of appointments daily for urgent matters. If your regular GP is not available, you may be seen by one of the other GP’s at the practice. Be assured that your usual GP will be notified regarding any important clinical matters that may arise.

Wait times in the surgery can be quite longReception to continue to notify patients on arrival that their doctors is running late where possible and give an estimate of waiting time.

We will also continue to encourage patients to ring before coming if a wait is expected.

If an emergency in the practice arises patients will be contacted to reschedule their appointment.

We ask patients to consider booking a longer appointment for more complex presentations.

Telephone access to your doctor could be improvedReception will assess the urgency of any call and may ask you if they or the practice nurse can help you. Your doctor will be advised of all messages and your call will be returned in order of urgency and when available.
We could improve availability of information regarding feesA notice is situated on the reception desk

Our website lists common fees – will be reviewed as needed. New patients advised of fees when booking their first appointment.

GPs will advise if extra costs will be incurred by procedures/investigations undertaken.

Eacham Medical Centre launches new website

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Welcome to the brand new Eacham Medical Centre website. Our commitment to providing a comprehensive range of medical and nursing services in the same relaxed, friendly location has not changed.

We are excited to launch the new, clean and easy to navigate website and if you have any questions, please call us by clicking the button below.

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