Our nurses are Australian trained and regularly attend training updates in all areas of treatment room procedures.
Our services include:
- Wound Care
- Childhood immunisations
- Adult immunisations
- Minor operations
- Skin cancer procedures
- 24 BP holter monitoring
- Ear toileting
- Baby health checks
- Child health checks
- Pap Smears
- Vision accuracy
- Drivers Licence tests
- Pre-employment medicals
- Triaging patients in times of urgency
Our treatment room nurses are highly skilled in wound care management, they also attend regular training to ensure they keep up to date with the latest treatment plans to ensure our patients recover from procedures and injuries quickly.
Dressings are not covered by Medicare and our nurse may request you to bring particular dressings along with your next appointment. The dressing requested has been deemed the most effective for your wound management. Should you be on a concession card, you will be bulk billed under Medicare for the appointment, otherwise a Medicare rebate private fee is billed.
BMC nurses are kept up to date with the latest immunisation protocols and strategies introduced by the Australian Federal Government Health Department, and attend annual immunisations training as well.
For childhood immunisations, especially for those that are requiring ‘catch ups’ the nurse will be in contact with VIVAS to confirm which immunisations your child requires, prior to the appointment.
When you phone to book your appointment, our receptionist may direct your call to the nurse, who will take your child’s details and plan ahead of the booked appointment for the immunisations needed, this may include a phone call to VIVAS if required.
Your child will first see your usual GP for a health check to ensure the child is fit for immunisation that day, you will then be directed to the Treatment Room and our immunisation nurse will administer the appropriate immunisations.
For adults, there are various Federal Government initiatives, that change regularly, so please discuss with your GP.
If you are eligible for a particular vaccine under these initiatives a booking slip will be given to you and you will be directed to our treatment room.
For other immunisations, including travel vaccines, your GP will first provide you with a prescription, which you need to have this filled by the pharmacy then return with the immunisation to the treatment room on the same day, or the next day. Another GP visit will not be needed.
Our nurses also provide other services, for which an appointment is required. Please contact our receptionist and they will provide you with the information required as well as an appointment, all of which will also require some time booked with your GP.