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How long is a standard GP consultation?

Our standard appointment is 15 minutes.

If you have several health matters to discuss or think you may need longer, please mention this when making your appointment.

Please note that additional fees will apply for longer appointments.

Making an appointment

We recommend that you call to make an appointment. If your own doctor is not available, we will provide the option of seeing an alternative doctor.

It’s easy to make an appointment at Wakefield Health Centre.  Call our friendly staff on 03 541 8911.  Alternatively you can make an appointment using Manage My Health.

DR Mark Fry GP

Dr Mark Fry

Monday

9am – 5pm

Wednesday

1pm – 7pm

Thursday

8.30am – 12pm

Friday

9am – 5pm

Dr Wayne Hurlow GP

Dr Wayne Hurlow

Monday

9am – 5pm

Tuesday

9am – 5pm

Wednesday

8.30am – 12pm

Thursday

9am – 5pm

Friday

8.30am – 12pm

Dr Kim Hurlow GP

Dr Kim Hurlow

Monday

9am – 12pm

Tuesday

8.30am – 11.30am

Wednesday

3pm – 7pm

Thursday

9am – 12.00pm

Pip de Hamel GP

Dr Pip de Hamel

Wednesday

9am – 7pm

Friday

9am – 5pm

Dr Eloise Fry GP

Dr Eloise Fry

Monday

9am – 4pm

Wednesday

8.30am – 3pm

Dr Richard van Gelder Horgan

Tuesday

8.45am – 5pm

Wednesday

8.45am – 5pm

Thursday

8.45am – 5pm

Friday

8.45am – 5pm

Who will I see when my doctor is away?

At Wakefield Health Centre we are able to provide continuity of care even when your usual doctor is away. You can choose to see any of our doctors at the centre.

If you are not sure who you should see, our Practice Nurses will be happy to advise you.

What if there are no appointments available?

In the rare situation that there are no appointments available with any of our doctors, we will take your name and number and call you if we have a cancellation.

If it is an urgent health matter, our reception staff will put your call through to a nurse to triage. We may suggest you see a doctor at Medical and Injury Centre.