Opening Times:
 
Bridge Clinic
8 Standen Street
Murray Bridge

 
Monday-Friday
8.30am-7.00pm

 
If your problem cannot wait until the morning (when we open at 8.30am) please call the after hours number 8535 6725 or attend the Murray Bridge Hospital. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Saturday
8.30am-11.30am
Open Saturdays for emergency consultations

Phone:08 8539 3232
 
Southside      
8 Homburg Drive
Murray Bridge 

Monday-Friday
8
.30am-5.00pm
Phone: 08 8531 5700
 
 
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Medical,
 allied and complementary health professionals

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Welcome

The Lagoon - Eastside

 Welcome to Bridge Clinic.

Unbelievably it is 12 months since the official opening of our renovations.  It’s great to be enjoying our new surrounds and we hope that our patients are feeling comfortable and welcomed to our clinic.

If you have any feedback that you would like to offer about the facilities, our staff and our doctors, please feel free to email me on information@bridgeclinic.com.au

Flu season is fast approaching and our GP and nursing teams are gearing up to provide a variety of times for patients to attend.  Seriously consider having your influenza vaccination for your protection and that of your family.  It is particularly important to consider having the vaccination if you have young children or anyone you see often, whose health is compromised (for example someone who suffers from chest infections or asthma).

People over 65 and a range of people at risk (including Aboriginal patients and pregnant women) continue to receive the vaccine at no cost.  (The GP consultation is also at no cost to the patient if they are a pensioner, concession or health care card holder). 

The ‘Flu vaccination program will begin at the start of April.  We will offer the 2016 Quadrivalent vaccine for all age groups.

Parents who are following up on No Jab No Pay continue to make appointments to see their child’s GP and then be advised by the nursing staff regarding their catch up or on going immunisation requirements.  Please take the time to discuss this with your GP to ensure you are up to date with your child’s immunisations.

Don’t forget to bring your Centrelink No Jab No Pay letter and your child’s immunisation record.

New GP Registrars joined our team at the beginning of February – Dr Seng Ang, Dr Derek Loh, Dr Jacqui Turner, Dr Lee Verrall and Dr Susan Zachariah.  All registrars are with us for an initial placement of 6 months, although Dr Turner will be here for an extended period (of up to 18 months) while she undertakes her Diploma in Obstetrics.  Dr Dianne Carr continues on with us as she is also undertaking her Diploma in Obstetrics.  Welcome to all of our new comers.

Hope you are looking forward to good health in 2016!

Jill Coombe
Manager

 

The Rail Bridge over the Murray

 

PRCC Students

 


Welcome to our 2016 PRCC students

Registrars

Welcome to our 2016 Registrars (participating in the GPEx Education program for general practitioners).