Miller Street Medical Practices - Doctors in North Sydney
Miller Street Medical Practices has been referred to as Miller Street Medical, Doctors in North Sydney, North Sydney travel vaccination doctors, Doctors on the lower North Shore, GPs in North Sydney, Doctors in Miller Street, North Sydney Medical and Miller Street Medical Practices Skin Cancer Clinic because of its location on Miller Street in the centre of North Sydney.
On the first of August 2016 the Practice relocated to Level 1 - 138 Walker Street North Sydney 2060
About the Practice
Miller Street Medical Practices was established in October 1995 by Doctor Helen Greer and Doctor Susan Allman. On the 1st of August 2016 the practice will move to Level 1 - 138 Walker Street North Sydney. After 32 years in practice in North Sydney with Dr Greer, Dr Allman has taken this opportunity to leave and spend more time with her family. We will all miss her greatly and wish her the very best in whatever she chooses to do in the future. Dr Allman would like to reassure her patients that she is confident in handing over the care of her patients to the other doctors at Miller Street Medical Practices, so that they may continue to provide quality care to her patients.
Dr Helen Greer, Dr Sarah Horniblow, Dr Elizabeth Harris, Dr Graham Chaffey and Dr Catherine Downes welcome you to our new location and look forward to providing the highest quality medical care to existing and new patients alike.
Our Doctors have post graduate qualifications and expertise in Mental Health, Paediatrics, Men's Health, Women's Health , Skin Cancer Treatment and Travel Medicine. We are an approved centre for Yellow Fever vaccination and can provide the entire gamit of vaccinations and advice for all your travel needs as well as travel medical kits for more adventurous travel destinations. We also provide corporates with a " come to you" Flu vaccination service.
Online services are available for 24 hr online bookings, scripts and referrals and e-consults for our regular patients as well as accessing your results. We have sms appointment reminders and are always interested in new ideas that make life more convenient for our patients. Please let us know your ideas.
Bexsero-the vaccine to prevent Meningococcal B ( as opposed to C which is in the 12 month government funded vaccination), is now available and can be given from the 1st new born vaccination at 7-8 weeks of age or older, but is available for any age. Meningococcus B causes 83% of cases in Australia.The peak incidence is in babies under 18 months and there is another spike in teenagers.
Zostavax to prevent Shingles in people over 50 years is also available. These are provided free by the government for people over 70.