There are a range of healthcare services available at Cambridge Medical Practice. We provide skin cancer checks, immunisations, mental health and chronic disease care plans.

We also offer a range of other specialist services, such as worker’s compensation.

We specialise in:

Skin Cancer Checks

Make an appointment to talk to your General Practitioner (GP) about any spots of concern and your risk level for skin cancers. Early detection is still the best method of preventing skin cancer.

Mental Health Care Plans

A mental healthcare plan can be put together by your GP to document what type of care you need, what you are aiming to achieve and any referrals to other healthcare services.

Chronic Disease Management & Care Plans

GP’s can plan and coordinate the healthcare of patients with chronic conditions, including for those that require care from multiple healthcare practitioners.


Including Children’s Immunisations and Travel Vaccinations.

We are an Australian Government approved Yellow Fever Clinic.

Other specialist services

All general practice services

Children’s Immunisation

Travel Vaccinations

Veteran’s Affairs

Worker’s Compensation

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Pre-employment Medicals

Onsite Pathology Collection

Onsite Physiotherapist

Onsite Psychologist

Onsite Podiatrist

Onsite Dietitian

Visiting Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

Visiting Consultant Cardiologist

We also support our local services near the medical centre

Starlight Foundation

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After Hours Arrangements

We provide after-hours care to practice patients directly through the practice in the sociable after-hours period (7 pm through to 11 pm weeknights). This may include Telephone based advice, home visits, in-practice consultations. Practice will not remain physically open to provide care during the after-hours periods. Where clinically appropriate, and when deemed safe and reasonable, face to face contact between the GP and the patient can occur. Please note private charges applies for the services provided during this period.

Formal arrangements are in place with Dial A Doctor ( Medical deputising service ) to cover the unsociable after-hours period (11 pm through to 8 am weekdays, hours outside of 8 am and 12 noon Saturdays and all day Sundays and public holidays).