As part of the Panaceum Group, Panaceum Seacrest offers a purpose built family practice, providing all-encompassing healthcare, General Practitioner services, chronic disease management, obstetrics, anaesthetics, nursing, physiotherapy and onsite pathology.
Built as part of Panaceum Groups commitment to providing quality healthcare to the Midwest and surrounding communities.
New and existing patients of the Group are welcome.
Our dedicated team of doctors, nurses and support staff provide the following services:
- General Practice Doctors: both female and male doctors.
- Women’s Health and Men’s Health Checks
- Sexual Health: Contraception advice and procedures including Implanon & Mirena
- Mental Health
- Drug and Alcohol Dependence Assistance & provision of C-POP
- Skin Checks
- Minor Surgery
- Chronic Disease Careplans, over 75 health assessments and CVC (DVA) careplans
- Nurses’ treatment room
Our nurses treatment room provides the following health care services:
Dressings, Immunisations (including childhood vaccinations), INR (International Normalised Ratio) Checks, Venesections, Sutures Removal and Sick Children’s Care (as our policy states, we will do our best to see children on the day that contact is made with Panaceum Seacrest.
For your convenience, Australian Clinical Labs is co-located in the building.
Our doctors and nurses provide the full range of general practice medical care including treatment of acute and chronic conditions, skin checks, childhood immunisations, minor surgery, travel advice and vaccinations, and sexual health checks.
As well as providing traditional family-based medical GP care we also offer Workers’ Compensation medical care. For pre-employment medicals please contact Panaceum Allied Health.
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Your doctor may occasionally be delayed. You can always ring to know if your doctor is running on time. Please try not to be late for your appointment as this means other patients will be subsequently delayed.
If you cancel your appointment, please do so at least 24 hours beforehand so that another patient may use that appointment. Late cancellations or missed appointments will incur a cancellation fee.
Telehealth with your GP
There is Medicare support for regular patients to the practice (seen in the last 12 months) to use telehealth where it is appropriate.
We use telehealth as standard to provide care for people with any Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (URTI) symptoms, commonly associated with coughs, cold & flu symptoms and sore throats. This is part of our Covid-19 response to prevent patients with common URTI symptoms coming in to the practice. We prefer to use video for this consults so that the GP can see you.
We also use telehealth as a convenient way for you to order repeat medication. Your GP will provide a short consult to check your medication request and we will send the prescription straight to your pharmacy.
Telehealth can also be used where you are isolated, quarantined or it is difficult for you to physically attend the practice. If you believe you would benefit from a telehealth consult, speak with our receptionists or your GP at your next consult.
We use a video platform called Coviu. You do not need to download anything, just follow a link supplied by our practice on your smart phone, tablet or PC at your appointment time. Alternatively, you can go to our website and click "Join Video Consult" for your GP or Allied Health appointment. We have a help sheet Video Consult Information too.
If you do not have the technology for video, we can arrange a phone call from the practice.
Telehealth with your Specialist
Your GP may refer you to a specialist that offers telehealth for your appointment. Often, this can be arranged between you and the specialist. However, there are occasions where your GP and specialist feel it would be best that you are supported by your GP or another health professional (like a nurse). We can assist you if you have limited technology and host the telehealth appointment with your specialist at the practice for a small fee.
Personal files are stored away from public access or direct view, in a coded system approved by the RACGP.
Copies of patient’s records are kept until the patient has reached the age of 25 or for a minimum of 7 years from the time of last contact with the patient, whichever is longer.
Your GP may request that you undergo some tests; these can be pathology tests (i.e. blood / urine), histology (i.e. skin / tissue samples) or imaging (i.e. X-ray, US, MRI). It is important to contact the practice to ensure we have your test results. Bloods test results can take 3-5 working days, skin samples can be longer and imaging can be 1-14 days plus. Please ask the person providing the testing to give you an idea of how long it will take to get results to your GP. It is best to call us for results after 9am when the phones are less busy. We may call you to arrange a follow-up appointment or give advice. We do not contact patients for results that have no further action required.
The Panaceum Group has a policy to see unwell children the day that contact is made.
A wheelchair is available to transport patients to or from your vehicle.
For any matters we cannot resolve or should you be unsatisfied with resolution of your complaint please contact the Health and Disability Services Complaints Office’s (HaDSCO). Phone (08) 6551 7600.