The Baradine Surgery commenced under the umbrella of CAHS in January 2016 after the permanent General Practitioner at the time decided to return to his family in their hometown of Toowoomba. The Baradine Aged Care Association approached the Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service for help in attracting a GP to town at a difficult time when there was a shortage of GP’s in Rural Areas. CAHS willingly took over the running of the Baradine Surgery. The committee and town are extremely grateful to CAHS for providing the service to Baradine.
After having Locums for 12 months, in January 2017 we welcomed Dr Martin Hua as our new permanent GP.
We at the Baradine Surgery are committed to providing a better healthcare service to the community.
As well as routine consultations, the Baradine Surgery provides a range of services including Pathology, Family Planning, Woman’s Health, Pregnancy Tests, ECG’s, Heart Checks, Care Plans, Health Assessments, Child and Travel Vaccinations, Minor Surgery such as R/O Moles/Skin Cancers and Home Visits.
The Surgery opens five days a week from 9am – 5pm and is a Bulk Billing Practice.
Consultations are by appointment, however, there are appointments available on the day for those patients who are unwell and need to be seen. Longer appointments are available at the request of the GP or if the patient informs the Receptionist when making their appointment. Home Visits are also available at the discretion of the GP.
After Hours are provided by the GP at the Baradine Multi-Purpose Health Service.
We also have the following visiting Allied Health Services:
Australian Hearing, Diabetes Educator, Dietitian, Podiatrist and Woman’s Health Nurse.
For more information about the service call 02 6843 1321 to speak to our friendly and helpful staff.
|Dr Martin Hua: M.B:B.S||Sole General Practitioner|
|Denise Lane||Practice Nurse|
|Kerry Munns||Practice Manager|
|Melissa Johnston||Relief Receptionist and Cleaner|
The Baradine Surgery in conjunction with Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service conduct an Annual School Child Health Check which is held at the Baradine Central School. St. Johns Primary and Gwabegar Public Schools also participate in our Annual Health Checks.
The following services are provided at these Health Checks:
These have proven to be beneficial to all who participate in this program as the Schools are sent a report and the Parents/Carer’s are sent a letter if their child requires any follow up appointments that arise from the Health Checks.
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