New Patients

If you are a new patient to Ladywood Clinic, please make note of the following:

For your first appointment, bring your photo ID and a valid Medicare card if you have one (check expiry date)

 

Please allow 5 to 10 minutes before your appointment to fill in a new patient form or Alternatively, you can pre-print the new patient form below:

Or you can click here and you can fill out the new patient form online and it will be submitted to our reception team who will process your details – contact free

If you need to change your appointment time we require at least 1 hours’ notice for appointments

 

If you intend on having a procedure done (e.g. excisions/stitches/vaccinations/ IUD insertion) please bring a form of payment.

 

While we do bulk-bill Medicare card holders for most consultations, certain procedures and vaccines will incur a private fee.

 

If you are a new work cover patient; you will need to inform your employer prior to the consultation and bring your employer’s contact details for verification. You will be responsible for the full consultation fee until we get confirmation that your employer will be paying for the consultations. These will be billed at the current Work Cover rate

 

We look forward to welcoming you to our practice!

For an Appointment at Ladywood Clinic, Call (08) 8263 6521

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

In keeping with SA HEALTH guidelines, its a requirement when you attend Ladywood Clinic that you check in via the QR code or sign in manually.
We also require everyone to wear a mask including those who may have an exemption.
 
From Tuesday the 23rd of November 2021 staff will be requesting proof of your COVID-19 vaccination status upon entry of anyone above the age of 12 yrs.
 
If you are un-vaccinated we will be offering telephone appointments only – if during your consult the doctor needs to see you face to face they will organise a time depending on the urgency.
 
Ladywood Clinic have introduced this policy to provide a safe work environment for all our staff and for vulnerable patients with compromised immune systems.