Hello. I just moved to the coast with my 4 year old and 7 year old. We are looking for a great GP or family doctor on the coast. My four year old is due for his well-child check up and I wanted to establish myself with a doctor. As we are not citizens we have private insurance (BUPA). Any recommendations? Thanks so much! Someone naturally minded would be great!
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19-07-2012 19:20 #1Junior Member
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19-07-2012 19:25 #2
We see Dr Hayer at Ormeau Family Practice. He is a great GP, my bub loves him and he is helping me with PND as well. The centre bulk bills if you have a Medicare card, otherwise I think they charge $40ish for a normal visit.
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