We would like to welcome our new Intern Dr Louisa Maney. Louisa has had rural medicine experiences in Whyalla, Port Augusta and Jamestown with an interest in obstetrics, dermatology and rural medicine. She grew up on a livestock farm in the South East and has a passion for rural life
Isabella is our newest Intern to commence at Angaston Medical Centre. She has previously lived in the Barossa as a student and loved it so much she had to come back! Isabella is from a remote sheep station in the Flinders Ranges and has always loved living in regional/rural towns. She has a special interest in preventative health, mental health, rural and remote medicine and Golden Retrievers.
Angaston Medical Centre is proud to host medical students in their second to last year of university medical training from Flinders University and The University of Adelaide. This innovative and internationally recognised program is designed around a full year of clinical placement with an integrated curriculum. We welcome Libby, Kaviya and Celine.
We will have a rotation of interns throughout the year. Internships are a transitional year from medical students to medical practitioners, it allows the interns an opportunity to build on their skills under the supervision of a GP.
Dr Julie Huynh is our first intern for 2022. Her professional interests include paediatrics, women’s and sexual health and public health. Dr Julie will be with us for 10 weeks as she completes her internship
In response to your feedback:
- We have conducted an appointment review making it easier for you to see your doctor of choice
- We have introduced a cancellation waiting list for your preferred doctor
- We will advise you before your appointment if our doctors are running more than 20 mins late
- We have introduced a direct line for results
- We have introduced telehealth appointments so you can speak to your doctor via phone
The Australian Government is coordinating a staged rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine which is a free vaccine for all people living in Australia.
Angaston Respiratory Clinic will be administering these vaccinations and are awaiting Government advice on when and how this will proceed.
We will provide more information over the coming weeks as it comes to hand.
If you would like to see what phase you will be vaccinated in you can do so by using the eligibility checker via the following link
The team at AMC would like to assure our patients we continue to offer medical and nursing appointments both face to face and by telehealth. We are committed to continuing to provide safe and high quality care for our patients and our opening hours remain the same.
The Angaston Respiratory Clinic was established in the Barossa area to assess and test for Covid-19 and was opened under the Commonwealth Governments Respiratory Clinic Initiative. The clinic is located at Health on Washington, 3-7 Fife St Angaston, with access via Holmes Street.
This clinic is open Monday – Friday from 9am – 5.40pm and bookings can be made from the link below. This clinic is designed for assessment of patients who are having respiratory symptoms such as a fever, sore throat or cough.
If eligible, testing for Covid-19 or other respiratory conditions can be performed by qualified staff.
If you have any difficulties making an appointment please call our reception staff on 85642266 and they will assist you with this process
Receive your simple health care needs, efficiently.
The Angaston Medical Centre is pleased to offer a new trial service – Swift Clinics!
These are short appointments and are not for complex matters.
- Removal of sutures (walk through with nurses)
- Wound reviews
- Repeat prescriptions
- Non-childhood immunisations (except for second Flu)
- Repeat Referrals only
- Travel letters (in the absence of Catherine Keil)
- Medication lists for surgery
- Simple Forms
- Medical certificates
- Request forms for repeat tests – repeat/expired bloods and radiology
*These appointments are available only to existing patients of our practice, as new patients require a longer appointment.*