Easter 2014

Please note we will be closed Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Monday.

We will open Easter Saturday from 8.30am – 1pm.  This is a gazetted Public Holiday so we will be charging the Medicare “after hours” item number.  Even though this incurs a higher upfront fee the Medicare rebate is higher so patients are the same “out of pocket” as a normal Saturday.

Please see our schedule of Fees for more information


For your convenience we will be running flu vaccination clinics, for people over the age of 16years, from March right through until the end of April which you can attend without an appointment on:

Mondays and Fridays between 8:30am-9:30am

Wednesdays between 11:30am-12:30pm

Thursdays between 3:00pm-4:00pm

If you are aged 65 years and over, or you have a chronic disease that puts you at high risk of complications from Influenza*, the vaccine is free, however there is a nurse fee of $10 to administer the vaccine.

For those not eligable for a free vaccine – this year we will offering the influenza vaccine at a reduced rate of $20 for the vaccine plus a $10 fee for the nurse to administer the vaccine. Please be aware that children under the age of 10years will require a second vaccine if receiving the flu vaccine for the first time.

* Chronic Diseases that can increase the risk of complications from Influenza include: Diabetes, Heart Disease, Lung Disease (eg severe asthma, COPD), Kidney Disease, Impaired Immunity, Neurological condition (e.g. MS, seizure disorder)

If you are unable to attend during the above clinic times please book a ‘flu vaccine appointment via our online system (please see link above) or telephone our practice and one of our friendly receptionists will be happy to make an appointment at a time convenient for you.

New Patient’s are welcome to attend our ‘Flu clinics


For over 30 years our family General Practice has looked after the health of local residents in Cremorne, Mosman, Balmoral, Neutral Bay and Cammeray. We love being part of the community, and we now have patients who first came to see us when they were children and who now have families of their own.

We want to make a difference to the way healthcare is delivered, both for our patients and for our doctors. Our focus is on providing professional, personal care, from the moment you first call. An important part of this is getting to know you, and understanding your life situation, because we believe this allows us to provide you with more effective and well-rounded treatment.

What Makes Us Different?

Doctors who listen

We asked our patients what were the most important things they wanted in a doctor. You probably won’t be surprised to learn that confidence in the doctor, a doctor that takes the time to listen and explains things well, and the feeling of not being rushed, came top of the list. So these are the qualities we look for in our doctors.

As a member of the practice you will have access to a wealth of General Practice experience. We have both male and female doctors, and you will receive the same level of care and attention from any of the team, backed up by the best medical equipment.

Nurses for greater efficiency and flexibility

Today, nurses play an active role in general practice. Our qualified nurses, located in the fully-equipped treatment room add to the flexibility and efficiency of the services available to you.  A sample of the many services our  nurses provide are immunisations, wound care, travel medicine advice and Pap smears.  We now have nurse services available every Saturday and until 6.30pm on Tuesday evenings.  Please inform our reception staff if you would like to see one of our nurses.

A reception team with a ‘can do’ attitude

Absolutely indispensable to the smooth running of CMP, our Reception team members are chosen for their competence and natural service attitude. You can rely on them to make you feel welcome. Please click on link for our new patient form.