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Welcome to Vermont Health Care

Thank you for visiting Vermont Health Care online. We hope you find the information on this site useful. If you need further assistance or information, one of our receptionists will be happy to help you over the phone or in person at the clinic.

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OFFICE HOURS

Monday – Friday 8:30am – 8pm (7pm Friday)
Saturday 9am – 5pm
Sunday 9:30am – 4pm
Public Holidays 9:30am – 2pm

 03 9874 3344

Vermont Health Care has been through another year of amazing growth. We completed our new expansion project in Nov 2014. The clinic has grown from 6 consultation rooms to over 12 consultation rooms. We have more doctors on board with various skills and areas of interest to cater to all needs of our community ranging from children’s health right up to geriatric/nursing home care and almost everything in-between! We have Cardiology and Urology specialists operating from our rooms and hope to increase the variety of specialists at in 2018. We also have Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Dietitian and Psychology Services available on site.
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CURRENT NEWS & INFORMATION

New Allied Health Services Available

The Physiotherapy service has started at our clinic. We are pleased to welcome Mr Jamin Smalley, a physio who has been in the Mitcham area for a number of years. He is keen to support our local community and this clinic in treating patients with musculoskeletal pain.

Current patients of the clinic may have noticed an increase in our allied health services in the last few months. Vermont Health Care has always strived to provide more comprehensive services to the community and are happy to have Podiatry, Psychology and Dietitian Services. If you are wondering if these will benefit you, please talk to one of our doctors or receptionists to access these services.

Booking Online!

Thanks to all our patients who have supported this practice over the years. We are now happy to announce that the online booking service is up and running. The service is run by HotDoc and you can also download the app to your mobile device if you prefer. Not all available appointments are listed online so if you feel your matter is urgent, please call us and we will endeavour to fit you in on the same day. The Urgent Care weekend appointments will need to be made by phone at this time but this might change in the future. Please feel free to provide our staff with feedback so we can help make this program as user-friendly as possible.

GP Registrars

Congratulations to our recent registrars who have done us proud by passing both AKT and KFP components of the exam. We wish you all the best in your future endeavours!

Vermont Health Care has had a long history of teaching registrars over the years and a number have stayed on after completion as part of our current team. We provide a full spectrum of General Practice work from Home visits, Workforce medicals, Nursing Home visits in addition to our comprehensive in-house General practice services. We are currently in the process of interviewing potential GPT 1 and 2 registrars for 2019.  We have four Level 1 accredited supervisors in our clinics and a few of them are also involved as Fellowship Examiners for the RACGP.

We would love to have a chat and help you explore your options in General Practice. If this has piqued your interest, please feel free to forward your CV or alternatively, contact the clinic to speak with a Supervisor (Dr Marino Alexopoulos & Dr Terence Heng).

GP’s who have achieved their vocational registration are also welcome to apply for a position as well.

Latest Developments

Newest additions to the VHC team.

A BIG warm welcome to our latest registrars Dr Zahin Ilahee and Dr Madeline McLaren to our team.

Dr Fandy Wang has temporarily left to complete her outer-metro placement and we look forward to her return in February 2019.

We bid farewell to Dr Adriana Trang and wish her all the very best as she furthers her career in different clinics.

Fracture Diversion Project in Conjunction with Eastern Melbourne PHN

Dr Terence Heng is part of a year-long project where fractures which are amenable for GP management are being seen and managed in our clinic. He has undergone further training and attachments at Box Hill Hospital to provide this service to patients. This service is open to the community as well and does not need a referral. If you have a suitable fracture and have been referred to the fracture clinic or Emergency Department at Box Hill Hospital or Maroondah Hospital, you may be offered a list of GPs in your area who are participating in this project.

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