Open Monday - Friday 8.00am - 5.00pm

Our Services

Services Provided

 

  • All GP services
  • Minor injuries
  • Fever checks
  • Infections
  • Antenatal  care
  • Depression
  • Weight management
  • Work cover
  • Routine medical care
  • Maternity support
  • Healthy lifestyle education
  • Contraception
  • Fracture and wound care
  • Asthma
  • Health care plans
  • Suturing
  • Routine pap smear
  • Antenatal & postnatal care
  • On-site Physiotherapy

 

  • Nurse On-site Treatment
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  • Blood pressure monitoring
  • Chronic disease management
  • ECG
  • Immunisations
  • Influenza immunisation
  • Health checks
  • Wound Care
  • Ear syringing
  • Spirometry
  • Pregnancy & Urine Testing

 

 

  • All nursing consultations are conducted under the supervision of a General Practitioner.

Enrolled Nurse

Kylie Roberts

 

 

Kylie is leading the way with a whole new approach to women’s health with Nurse led clinics.

 

Being a Practice Nurse for over 6 years, Kylie has a very special interest in women’s health and has established pap smear clinics with great success, focusing on providing women with a safe and friendly environment.

 

When she’s not working Kylie, along with her husband and 4 children love to pack up their camper and head to the beach.

 

For all after hours Home Care

please contact the

National Home Doctor Services on

Ph: 137425

In case of an emergency please call 000 or

attend Tweed District Hospital emergency department.

 

Walk in Appointments

 

Walk in appointments will be accommodated where possible.

 

Please be aware that patients who arrive without an appointment may experience a delay,

unless in the case of an emergency.

 

Bookings can also be made online at www.hotdoc.com.au

 

 

Results

 

 

Results are reviewed by the Doctors and acted upon in a timely manner, with your health in mind.

 

We will contact you if necessary but it is recommended that an appointment be made to discuss the results.

 

Home Visits

 

 

Home visits are available for regular patients of this practice living within a 5 km radius

and whose condition prevents them from attending the practice at the discretion of their Doctor.

 

Interpreter Service

 

 

An interpreter can be arranged prior to your appointment.

 

Please notify reception if you require an interpreter at your consultation.

 

Telephone

 

To maintain confidentiality we avoid telephone interruptions to Doctors.

The Nurse may be able to help you or a message can be given to the Doctor and

your call returned as soon as possible. Urgent enquiries will be put through.

 

Please be aware that consultations will not be conducted over the telephone.

 

Recall and Reminder System

 

 As our practice is committed to preventive care, we may send you an occasional

reminder regarding health services appropriate to your care.

 

This practice participates in the NST reminder system.

 

If you wish to opt out of this please ask.

 

 

Banora Point Medical Centre

is a mixed billing practice.

 

We offer bulk billing to pensioners aged over 65 years and children under 16 years of age, Concession card holders, and

Veteran’s Affairs card holders.

 

 

Practice fees:

 

$60 Regular Consultation

 (Up to 20 Min)

$100 Long Consultation

( 20 to 40 Min)

$130 Prolonged Consultation (40min +)

 

 

Medicare Rebates (Available with current Medicare Card)

 

Please also indicate if you need a

longer appointment with the doctor

for a full check-up, pap smear, insurance medical, counselling, surgical procedures or Full Skin Examinations.

 

We accept Cash, EFTPOS and credit card (excluding American Express & Diners).

 

 

Feedback and Complaints

 

 

If you have any concerns, complaints or  suggestions about any aspect of our

service we would appreciate hearing

about them and will take them

seriously.

 

 

 Please:

 

  • use the suggestion box at our Practice

 

 

 

Matters which are unable to be resolved within the practice may be referred to:

 

 

Office of the Health Ombudsman

1800 043 159

hccc@hccc.nsw.gov.au

Locked Mail Bag 18

STRAWBERRY HILLS NSW 2012

 

 

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Privacy Policy

 

 

Banora Point Medical Centre is subject to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (as from 21 December 2001). Banora Point Medical Centre is also subject to similar State legislation operating in some States and Territories of Australia. This document sets out Banora Point Medical

Centre’s Privacy Policy.

 

By attending this medical centre, you consent to your personal information being collected, stored and used in accordance with this

Privacy Policy.

 

Health service providers are independent

Banora Point Medical Centre is in the business of providing exceptional clinical care for all those who require general practice services. In conducting its business Banora Point Medical Centre makes its premises available to health service providers. The health service providers and Banora Point Medical Centre are not partners and are not in an employee-employer relationship and each health service provider, in providing health services and doing other things, is at all times an independent contractor and not doing so as the servant or agent or otherwise on behalf of Banora Point Medical Centre.

 

Patient records

All patient records are the property Banora Point Medical Centre (and not the property of either the patient or the health service provider). This requirement assists, if the need arises, other health service providers in the medical centre in continuing the management of a patient’s needs.

 

What type of personal information is collected and how is it collected?

Banora Point Medical Centre collects personal information, such as your name, address, date of birth, contact numbers, and Medicare number. Commonly this is collected by a clerical employee of Banora Point Medical Centre, such as a receptionist. Other personal information, particularly health information, is collected by the independent health service providers in a medical centre and recorded on the patient records that belong to Banora Point Medical Centre. Sometimes health information is received, and placed on those patient records, from health service providers who are external to the medical centre. Examples of this are records of specialists or pathology reports.

 

Why do we collect your personal information?

The importance of health service providers sharing personal information about a patient, during the provision of health services to that patient, is widely accepted by the community. In the health sector, the flow of personal information usually occurs in accordance with concepts such as sharing within the “treating team” or on a “need to know basis”. Under this approach health service providers share necessary information to deliver optimum patient care. For such health service providers, the use and disclosure of personal information is already bound by codes of practice of their professions. Banora Point Medical Centre’s purpose in holding your personal information (including health information) is:

 

  1. Provision of health services to you
  • to enable that information to be available to those health service providers (whether in the medical centre or external to it) who need access to the information in order for such health service providers to provide health services to you; and
  •  
  1. Administration
  • to enable Banora Point Medical Centre to charge, bill and collect fees, on behalf of health service providers, in respect of the health services those health service providers provide you; and
  • to enable Banora Point Medical Centre to charge, bill and collect fees from health service providers in respect of the non-health services Banora Point Medical Centre provides to those health service providers; and
  • to enable Banora Point Medical Centre to gain an understanding of the types of health services, in general, that are needed by patients at large so that the health services available at a medical centre keep meeting patient needs; and
  • to enable Banora Point Medical Centre to implement management functions in respect of the medical centre, including
  • service-monitoring, quality assurance activities, complaint handling, planning, evaluation and accreditation activities; and
  •  
  1. Regulatory purposes
  • to fulfil all legal and other regulatory requirements of Banora Point Medical Centre, including disclosure to a court
  • or similar body, lawyers or insurers, where court or similar proceedings are on foot or anticipated ; and
  • to hold patient records available for health service providers where they are required to maintain such records
  • under legal and other regulatory requirements; and
  •  
  1. Supplying bulk de-identified health information
  • to enable Banora Point Medical Centre to provide third parties with a quantity of de-identified health information. Before any health information is provided to a third party it is de-identified, that is, the name and address of the patient and any other information that could otherwise allow an individual to be identified, is removed from the health information. That de-identified information is then aggregated with the de-identified health information in respect of other patients. The third party (eg, Primary Healthcare network) uses the bulk de-identified information it receives from Banora Point Medical Centre for the business purposes of the third party (eg, analysis of statistics, planning and management of their health services business).

 

Disclosure of personal information

Banora Point Medical Centre will not disclose your personal information to any third party, except in the following circumstances:

 

  • it is for the purpose of provision of health services to you, as described above; or
  • it is for a regulatory purpose described above; or
  • it is part of bulk de-identified health information, as described above; or
  • it is otherwise required by law.

 

How you can access your personal information

On request, you may have access to your personal information held by Banora Point Medical Centre, except in circumstances where access may be denied under the Privacy Act or other law. Examples of these circumstances are:

 

  • where providing access will pose an unreasonable impact on the privacy of another individual; or
  • where your request for access is frivolous or vexatious; or
  • where the information relates to existing or anticipated legal proceedings between Banora Point Medical Centre and you, and the information would not be accessible by the process of discovery in those legal proceedings; or
  • where providing access would be unlawful, would pose a threat to the life or health of an individual, may prejudice an investigation of possible unlawful activity, may prejudice enforcement of laws, or denying access is specifically authorised by law.

 

To make a request for your personal information, please contact the Practice Manager at Banora Point Medical Centre in writing. Banora Point Medical Centre will endeavour to acknowledge a request for access to personal information within 14 days and provide the information requested within 30 days. If personal information is provided to you as the result of a request, you will be charged a fee for costs incurred in providing that information such as photocopying, the administration time involved in processing your request, and postage. If access is denied Banora Point Medical Centre will provide you with reasons for its decision.

 

How you can correct your personal information

If you believe that the personal information Banora Point Medical Centre holds about you is inaccurate, incomplete or not up-to-date please, let Banora Point Medical Centre know. Provided Banora Point Medical Centre agrees with you, Banora Point Medical Centre will correct it. In the case of health information you allege is incorrect, Banora Point Medical Centre will consult relevant health service providers about the matter. If Banora Point Medical Centre does not agree with you, Banora Point Medical Centre will place a statement of what you allege is correct where that information is kept and accessed.

 

Currency of this Privacy Policy

Banora Point Medical Centre reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time. The varied policy terms will be made available to all patients at the reception counter of the medical centre. They will apply to each patient from the date that patient next visits the medical centre after the new policy was made available. You accept that by doing this, Banora Point Medical Centre has provided you with sufficient notice of the variation and agree you will be provided with no separate notification.  This Privacy Policy was created in January 2017.

 

How to contact us

If you have any queries or complaints regarding our collection, use or management of your personal information please contact the Practice Manager at Banora Point Medical Centre.

My Health record is a secure online summary of your health information.

 

Assisted Registration is available at this practice, ask your doctor or

receptionist at your next visit.

 

This practice can now upload a health summary from your records to your

My Health Record.

 

For further information visit www.myhealthrecord.gov.au

Shop 4 Banora Central Shopping Centre

275 Fraser Drive (cnr. Leisure and Fraser Drives)

Banora Point, NSW, 2486

(located inside Blooms Chemist)

 

EMAIL:   reception@banorapointmedicalcentre.com.au

 

PHONE: (07) 5523 2500

 

FAX:       (07) 5523 2261

ADDRESS:

 

Shop 4 Banora Central Shopping Centre

275 Fraser Drive (cnr. Leisure and Fraser Drives)

Banora Point, NSW, 2486

(located inside Blooms Chemist)

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