In order to keep our vulnerable patients, independent doctors, nurses and staff safe, we kindly ask you to make a telehealth appointment online rather than coming directly into the medical centre if you are:
• Feeling unwell with a fever, cough, runny nose or other symptoms which could be due to COVID-19.
• within 7 days of testing positive to COVID-19 or continue to have symptoms after a positive test
• A close contact of someone with COVID-19.
• In quarantine.
• Experiencing a severe medical emergency.
If you’re experiencing a severe medical emergency or severe COVID-19 symptoms, please call 000 immediately and advise the operator if you’re in self-isolation because of COVID-19.
Please be aware that you will be required to wear a mask when attending our centre to protect those at particular risk of COVID-19.
Dr Raheel Alam graduated from Melbourne University and started her medical training in the western suburbs of Melbourne. She fell in love with general practice—the variety of primary care—and the powerful connections she made with patients when she started her training in a little town called Castlemaine in Victoria. She also completed a year in an aboriginal medical service in Ballarat during the pandemic. She is passionate about working with her patients to optimize their health through education, conversation, and shared decision-making. She has a special interest in women's health and wants to support women’s contraceptive choices, sexual health, and menopause.
She enjoys drinking coffee or chasing after her two boys, or sometimes both at the same time.
Monday to Friday 8am – 8pm, Saturday 8am - 1pm
Monday - Friday 7am - 8am, Saturday 1pm - 8pm, Sunday & Public Holiday