IF YOU SUSPECT YOU MAY HAVE THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19), PLEASE CALL THE DEDICATED HOTLINE ON 1800 675 398.
IT IS MANDATORY TO RING THE CLINIC BEFORE SEEING A GP SO THAT THE CLINIC CAN BE PREPARED. PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ON COVID19 TELEPHONE CONSULTATION WITH OUR DOCTOR.
In accordance with current Australian Public Health advice, Revita Medical Clinic requests that any individuals who start experiencing respiratory symptoms (fever, cough, difficulty breathing) and have recently travelled ANYWHERE INTERNATIONALLY or had contact with someone diagnosed with the novel coronavirus within the last 14 days call the medical centre or hospital before arrival so that the appropriate infection control measures can be put in place and people can be directed to the best place for testing and treatment.
WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION?
Call the Victorian Public Health Information Line on 1300 651 160
Cranbourne Medical & Skin Clinic is now promoting Iron Infusion with $0 out of pocket cost for the patients having medicare cards. For further information Kindly contact the Practice at 03 9789 0108 & make appointment get your infusion done. Please remember initial appointment with the doctor is mandatory prior booking iron infusion to discuss your results, allergies, health conditions and available dates.
Kids COVID Vaccination
Cranbourne Medical & Skin Clinic is very happy to announce that We have starting Kids COVID-19 Vaccination for the age of 5yrs to 12yrs old from 10th January 2022 onwards. For booking & details Kindly call 03 9789 0108.
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