Services

St Augustine Family Medical Centre offers the following services:

General Practice

Our practice offers the full range of services expected in a general practice clinic

Our practice aims at maximising its efforts towards improving and maintaining the health and wellbeing of the local community. This is achievable through organised services focusing on the people’s needs. To this end, our plan has the care of two main patient categories – those at health risk and those requiring regular services. We endeavour to be proactive and opportunistic for the benefit of the patients’ health, through our recall system.

At the beginning, our efforts will focus on:

  • Women health
  • Child health
  • Men’s health
  • Preventive measures to the people at risk
  • Efficient care for Chronic disease sufferers
  • Work related assessment to support the workforce and contribute to the town resources.

Specialty Clinics

The doctors in St Augustine FMC, in addition to their general practice experience, have post-graduate degrees, many years of experience and interest in at least one speciality. In time, formal clinics will be created with separate appointments.

Clinics available from start of the service:

Orthopaedic and Musculo-Skeletal clinic

Trauma and injuries clinic

Skin cancer clinic

Surgery

Vaccination clinic

Travel Clinic

Coming soon:

Dedicated clinic for women health (run by a lady doctor)

Work Cover and TAC claims

Allied Health

Very soon and according to the need for our patients, allied health services will be offered on site.

We aim at having available, at least one of these services every day of the week:

Dietician

Diabetic educator

Physiotherapist

Psychologist

Podiatrist

Pathology

Pathology service will start close to the practice opening date.

The service will be initially by appointment due to limited staffing. Very soon after and depending on the demand, it will be available on more hours and for walk in.

Future services

The work in our clinic will always be in progress, always developing and guided by the community needs aiming at introducing more services and more clinics.