Making an appointment is an important part of getting health care from your GP. We offer a range of appointments for different services and procedures.Read More
Read more to find out about appointment times
Phone for an appointment, or
Use the online patient portal to book online
Our team at St Martins Medical is committed to ensuring you can see your doctor or nurse for the care and support you need. Please call our reception team, or read more to find out what the best appointment is for youRead More
To book an appointment phone our team, or use the links below
If unsure of what type of appointment you need please call reception
Time is really important when it comes to appointments. While we do our best to offer you our full attention, you can help by considering the following ideas…Read More
Think ahead of time
When you book an appointment be clear about your needs
Try to be clear about your issues and concerns
Be honest with your doctor. They are not mind readers!
As per our terms and conditions, payment is required on the day of service. We accept payment with cash, eftpos, Visa, Mastercard or internet banking. We do not accept Cheques or American Express.Read More
If you are concerned about payment
Please talk to us at the time of your consultation
We can assist you with options to manage your payments
We are a provider to patients who are enrolled with our practice as a member of Pegasus Health. Our fees for enrolled patients are subsidised through Ministry of Health and vary depending on a number of factors.Read More
For more information
Read more for detailed fee lists
If you are not enrolled please see Casual Fees list
Payment is due on the day of consultation
For full payment details see Payments page
A “repeat prescription” service is available to enrolled patients whose medical conditions are stable and unlikely to cause complications or side effects. This service is at the discretion of your Doctor.Read More
Are you needing a repeat?
Please call and speak with a nurse or order via ManageMyHealth.
When faced with managing a medical condition we can be overwhelmed with the information on the internet. While a lot of it is useful, there is plenty that is incorrect and misleading. Use our links as a place to start to find trusted informationRead More
Where to start?
Talk to your doctor or nurse
Use any of the links listed on this site
Finding official government information can be like finding a needle in a haystack and so we have collected a number of links to help you get to trusted and verified sitesRead More
Check them out and do let us know if anything is wrong or you know of a site that is great and could help others!