This website is about finding healthcare people, (doctors and others,) and healthcare organisations, who (1) have ordinary email addresses readily available, (i.e. on their front pages,) and who, when consulted, (2) provide things in writing.
As you can see, even when there are more and more healthcare organisations on the internet these days, we haven’t found many, so far, who meet these simple requirements. But we don’t believe we should settle for less. Those people and organisations who don’t have ordinary email addresses available, are not really into addressing our concerns, as they arise, and those who are not prepared to put things in writing, are not really into being held responsible for what they do and say.
Is it possible for me to use my computer to have a consultation with one of your doctors?
They need only call you on your mobile number on you phone, unfortunately.
If you’re needing medical assistance, you can book a Telehealth Consultation with one of our Australian-registered doctors through – Doctor Consultation.
Telehealth consultations are available from $49 and you won’t be charged an extra fee for any prescriptions, certificates or referrals issued by the doctor following your consultation.
When booking please list the details about what you’re requiring assistance with, so our doctors can best assist you during the consultation.
Some things to note about our Telehealth Consultations:
These are not bulk billed or covered by Medicare.
You will need a valid Medicare Card or an IHI number to book a consultation.
Our doctors are unable to prescribe prohibited, controlled, addictive or Schedule 8 medications.
Our doctor are unable to backdate medical certificates.
Prescriptions in the requested dosage and quantity will only be issue if deemed appropriate by the consulting doctor.
In dealing with Sydney Doctors, how does one get to see a Specialist?
We are a GP office so you see a GP for a general consult and they can then refer you to a Specialist.
Are there any Specialists at Sydney Doctors available for consultation?
No we are a general practitioners office.
In dealing with Urgent Scripts, (1) how can one get to have a consultation with a specialist? (2) how does one ensure that a consultation they are going to have is with a doctor of their choice, so that, if they wish, one particular doctor becomes “their doctor?” (3) after a consultation, do they get anything writing?
In dealing with ZoomDoc, (1) how can one get to have a consultation with a specialist? (2) how does one ensure that a consultation they are going to have is with a doctor of their choice, so that, if they wish, one particular doctor becomes “their doctor?” (3) after a consultation, do they get anything writing? ” You are provided with written notes of your consultation prepared by the Doctor you speak to.”
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