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      • FAX 03 9587 5629
        • After hours phone number for Locum Service is 9429 5677 and If your matter is urgent, please present to your local hospital emergency department or call emergency TRIPLE ZERO (000).
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      • Appointments

        Appointments are required for consultations with our doctors. Standard appointment bookings are 15 minutes. Cancellation fees apply. All telehealth consultations are bulk billed.

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      • Opening Hours

        • Please note, due to COVID-19 pandemic, our opening hours have temporarily changed
        • Monday - Friday
          8.00am - 5.00pm
        • Saturday
          Closed until further notice
          (this includes 4Cyte pathology)
        • Sunday
          Closed

      Our Services

      Highly qualified, professional and friendly staff

      Flexible appointment availabilities for children and emergencies

      Bulk billing for health care card holders, pensioners and children under 16

      Health assessments for children and adults

      Childhood and travel immunisations, including yellow fever vaccination.

      Antenatal shared care with Frankston and Sandringham Hospitals

      Chronic disease management

      Home visits and care of patients in nursing homes

      Family planning services

      Preventative medicine advice

      Health education

      Allied Health (physiotherapy, podiatry, dietitian)

      Pathology collection

      Cosmetic injections

      We also provide...

      Pathology

      4Cyte Pathology has a collection centre at the Clinic which is open Monday to Friday 8.00am – 1.00pm, and Saturday 9.00am – 12.00pm. All request forms are accepted. 4Cyte Pathology phone number: 13 42 98.

      Physiotherapy

      Back In Motion physiotherapists consult with our patients here at Aspendale Clinic, appointments can be booked by calling Back In Motion Aspendale Gardens directly on 9580 1985. Further information on the services provided can be found on their website.

      Teaching / Student doctors

      The Aspendale Clinic is a registered teaching Clinic and regularly has Australian and overseas student Doctors observing consultations. If a student Doctor is observing consultations on the day of your appointment, you will be asked if you give your consent for the student Doctor to be in the consultation room along with your regular Doctor. However, please note that it is within your rights to not give your permission and if so, the student Doctors will not sit in on your consultation with the Doctor.

      Dietitian

      Aspendale Clinic now offers dietetic services on-site with our dietician Dalija Jovanovic. Appointments can be booked through our reception staff by calling 9580 1200. For more information, please see the ‘Meet our team’ section of our website.

      Podiatrist

      Nader studied at La Trobe University in Melbourne where he obtained a Bachelor degree in Health Sciences and a Masters of Podiatric practice. In his time working as a podiatrist Nader established himself as a podiatry mentor, assisting and training new graduate podiatrists in their first year of podiatric practice. He looks to the ever-evolving field of sports podiatry and is able to construct customised biomechanical treatment plans for his patients.

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