|About||Newtown Medical Centre offers a wide range of medical and Allied Health services including general practice and family and sports medicine.|
Newtown Medical Centre has proudly provided the Geelong community with comprehensive healthcare since 1937. Our dedicated team are committed to providing high quality medical care and treatment in our fully equipment clinic, located on the outskirts of Geelong CBD in Newtown.
Our qualified general practice doctors assist with all general health issues such as flu vaccinations, medication reviews, skin checks and minor surgical procedures.
Our family doctors offer men's, women's and children's healthcare services like maternity care, sexual health, childhood immunisations and aged care.
Newtown Medical Centre offers comprehensive sports medicine services and our sports doctors are highly trained in their specialist fields. We provide treatment for all sporting injuries and offer latest in sports therapies. Our doctors have worked with many sporting teams in the area including the Geelong Cats.
Our Geelong travel clinic offers travel health advice for those planning trips overseas. Our travel doctors can provide immunisations and vaccinations such as yellow fever, rabies, typhoid and many more. We hold most vaccines on site. We always recommend visiting a qualified travel doctor for health care advice to ensure you start and finish your international trip in good health.
Our mental health GPs provide primary diagnosis, health risk assessments and referrals when required. We work in unison with psychiatrists and psychologists to ensure our patients receive comprehensive assistance for any mental health issues.
Allied Health Services are provided by our accredited exercise physiologist Brydi Toyne. Brydi works alongside our sports doctors and exercise physiologists assisting patients with chronic pain including knee and back injuries. We have an onsite gymnasium and offer exercise programs to assist in pain relief and recovery.
We are a private billing practice and accept cash, eftpos, credit card or cheque. Patients are required to settle their account on the d