Bermagui Medical Centre - friendly medical services in Bermagui


Bermagui Medical Centre - friendly medical services in Bermagui

Visit Bermagui Medical Centre

Our aim is to provide the best holistic and patient centred health care on the south coast. Team work and supporting each other is our strength.

Our focus is very much centred on preventative health care, however, as we do not have access to a hospital in Bermagui, our team are used to dealing with all types of acute situations and often become the first port of call for our patients in an emergency.

Call us on 02 6493 4903 to make an appointment.

Patient Support

We encourage patients to participate in decisions about their health care. Our GPs value patient input in providing care based on individual needs. We offer interpreter services, patient transport, tax & medical subsidies.

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Our Services

  • Mental health plan and consultations
  • Chronic disease management
  • Diabetes annual cycle of care
  • Indiginous health services
  • Local children’s immunisations
  • Local children’s birthday medicals
  • Palliative care

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Surgery Hours

Monday to Friday
8.30am – 1.00pm
2.00pm – 5.00pm

Walk-ins from 9.00am to 12noon

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Medical Alerts

Here’s the latest medical alerts and tips for general well being below.

Mental Health Month

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It’s Mental Health Month

Our mental health refers to our state of mind and our ability to cope with everyday situations.  Some people feel very capable in dealing with everyday things whilst some people find this process much more difficult.  It is completely normal for everyone to go through their ups and downs during stages of their life.  However, it is when the downs feels like they are not going to end and there is nothing that you can do to change them, it may be worth having a chat to someone that you can trust about it.

Try improving your mental health:

  • Do activities that you enjoy doing.. relaxing, exercising, reading
  • Surround yourself with positive and supportive people
  • Keep in touch with friends and family
  • Please also consult your GP if you are concerned or worried.

Here are a few resources that you may find useful either for yourself or someone you may know. 

Lifeline – Support and advice in a personal crisis. 24/7 phone counselling

Phone 13 11 14

Beyond Blue – Online and Telephone support

Phone: 1300 224 636

Mental Health Line – 24 Hour Crisis Line

Providing a 24 hour/ 7 day a week telephone service to anyone with a mental health issue.

Phone: 1800 011 511

MindSpot – Telephone and online service for Australians with stress, worry, anxiety, low mood or depression.

Phone: 1800 614 434

Head space – National youth mental health foundation dedicated to improving the wellbeing of young Australians. Phone and online support.

Phone: 1800 650 890

Pink Ribbon Day – Oct 27th

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The Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon Day helps raise awareness and funds for breast and gynaecological cancers which affect many thousands of women.  One of the most common fundraisers is the Girls Night In, where you register to host a get together to raise funds, whilst having a great night in.

A Pap smear is a simple, quick test is used to detect potentially pre-cancerous and cancerous processes in the cervix. It is recommended that women between the ages of 18 (or one to two years after becoming sexually active) and 70 should have a pap smear every two years.  Many women find having a pap smear uncomfortable but early detection is vital.  Don’t put it off see your GP or qualified nurse to book in today.

Having a breast screen (mammogram) can detect abnormalities in the breast early when they are small and if cancerous easier to treat.  Although a breast screen will not stop you from getting breast cancer it will give you a better chance of successful treatment.  It is recommended that women 50 and older have a mammogram every two years.  You can book in to have this FREE of charge through Breast Screen NSW.  If you are not over 50 the harm of the screening may outweigh the benefits, but please speak to your GP about your individual circumstances. 

Please consult your GP if you are concerned, worried or have any questions.

Here are a few resources that you may find useful either for yourself or someone you may know.

Cancer Screening – Department of Health

Human Papillomavirus Infection (HPV) – Cervical Cancer vaccination

Girls Night In – Pink Ribbon Fundraiser

Breast Screen NSW

Phone 13 20 50