General practice

GP services

General practice

All doctors practising in an Ochre medical centre have gained broad experience and undergone training in hospitals and metropolitan, regional or remote general practices. This enables them to take a comprehensive and evidence-based approach to all things general practice. We also support them in remaining up-to-date with the latest developments in medicine through our commitment to career-long learning.

So, whether you have a skin rash or a stomach bug, the doctors who engage us to provide support, can help.

 

Most of us get our car serviced and checked regularly – shouldn’t you do the same for your health? At Ochre Health, we like to take a proactive approach to keeping you healthy, rather than taking a reactive approach as issues arise. Talk to your doctor about a check-up relevant to your current stage in life.

Almost half of all Australians aged 16 to 85 will experience mental illness at some point in their lives. We can assist with a broad range of mental health issues, referring you to other specialists if needed and ensuring strict confidentiality is always maintained.

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