Covid-19 Appointment Information for Patients
- As of 26/04/2022, partners or guests are able to attend appointments with you.
- It's ok to bring children if you need to. We understand at times patients need to bring their children if you cannot find someone to mind them.
- Call us to reschedule your appointment if you are unwell. We ask partners and guests to adhere to these guidelines too.
- You must have been clear of Covid-19 symptoms for 24 hours before entering our clinic.
- If you develop Covid-19 symptoms we recommend that you take a COVID PCR or RAT test and follow the guidelines of Health NSW.
- If you have tested POSITIVE for COVID-19 you must follow the guidelines of Health NSW and reschedule your appointment for when you are outside of your isolation period.
- Telehealth appointments are available for patients affected by COVID-19 ONLY. Standard appointment fees still apply for telehealth. We can take over the phone credit card payments at the time of your telehealth appointment.
- You must wear a mask in our clinic.
Thank you for your cooperation regarding this matter. We will keep you up to date with the latest changes regarding COVID-19 restrictions as they unfold.
Pregnancy and Coronavirus
Below are some useful resources to help answer questions you have about coronavirus (COVID-19). These resources provide up to date and factual information to help clarify any uncertainties.
Information regarding Coronavirus during pregnancy can be found on The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) website.
The Pfizer vaccination is recommended during pregnancy, for more information please refer to the RANZCOG site.
Find a clinic and book your vaccine or booster
This is a good Q&A list is from the UK, however please also refer to https://www.health.gov.au for Australian guidance.
Department of Health
National Coronavirus Helpline
Please call the Australian Coronavirus Helpline 1800 020 080 if required.
This line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.