The Department of Health and Human Services is working closely with the Victorian health sector, Commonwealth and international agencies to respond appropriately to the outbreak of a novel coronavirus. This is a rapidly changing situation. For the latest updates visit the Department of Health and Human Services.
Karuna – maya Medicine, like most general practices, does not have the facilities to safely manage highly contagious infectious diseases. For the safety of our patients and our staff we are unable to see patients with suspected Novel Coronavirus in the clinic.
From Monday 23rd of March we will be utilising telehealth/telephone appointments. Your doctor will call you as close to your allocated appointment time. If your doctor requires you to attend the practice an appointment time will be made for you. One parent or guardian for children and only one support person for all other patients will be allowed.
Telehealth appointments ( phone and video) are also available for Belinda Gough - Psychologist, please call our reception team for more information or to book an appointment.
Patients with symptoms of a cold/flu will be seen in their cars if required. Parking will be available at the back of the practice under the carport. Further instructions will be given when you arrive.
If you develop a fever, cough or shortness of breath please attend your closest Emergency Department. We do not have the facilities to treat you in an emergency or test for COVID 19.