St Luke Medical Centre has a team of dedicated and friendly staff who will be pleased to assist you with your healthcare needs.
We know what it means to have an unexpected cold, flu, or other more serious things. We want you to be comfortable seeing your doctor. That’s why we choose to Bulk Bill.
The diversity of services provided on site enables patients to service most of their health needs in one place.
We also have on-site pathology by Melbourne Pathology
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We accept Private health insurance with no gap payment.
There are many doctors, but there are not many good doctors. At St Luke’s, our fantastic team of male and female doctors work with you for the betterment of your health.
Our team of dentists and dental hygienists is beyond excellent and is one of very few that have a wealth of experience in the dental field. They’re also great with kids!
In a world of sports and exhaustive work, sometimes accidents can happen. Or perhaps, we just feel something in our body just isn’t right. Our physiotherapists are highly experienced and ensure they give you the care you need.
We’re open late to ensure we care for you at your appriopriate time. If you require medical assistance after hour opening hours, please call 13SICK.
Our Podiatrist offers quality orthotics & podiatric care covering a broad range of conditions including; heel pain, plantar fasciitis, diabetic footcare, achilles tendonitis, flat feet, corns, calluses, warts, fungal nails, bunions, shin pain, knee pain, sports injuries & ingrown toenails.
A diabetes educator can be the first point of call when you are wanting more information, support and/or motivation in the management of your diabetes and the link between other health professionals. They have in-depth knowledge on all aspects of diabetes and can recognise when you need to see other members of your health care team for example, an optometrist or podiatrist.
An ultrasound scan uses high-frequency sound waves to make an image of a person’s internal body structures. Doctors commonly use ultrasound to study a developing fetus (unborn baby), a person’s abdominal and pelvic organs, muscles and tendons, or their heart and blood vessels.