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COVID-19 Clinic: Tuesdays & Thursdays
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COVID-19 vaccinations available here Tuesdays and Thursdays

When COVID-19 first appeared, we at Narrabeen Family Medical soon realised that the only way out was for as many people as possible to be vaccinated. And the sooner the better. That's why we volunteered to be among the very first general practices across the country to provide COVID vaccinations back in March. Since then we have innoculated thousands of eligible patients. Along the way, we've tried to keep this website as up to date as we could. But with all the changes in government advice and rules, especially lately, doing so hasn't been easy. That's why we're now recommending that for the latest news you visit the COVID-19 health alert page on the Australian Government website.

COVID-19 Symptoms

if you have symptoms of a respiratory infection - For most people coronavirus comes on much like a common cold with symptoms generally appearing three to four days after exposure. But unlike colds, the most distinguishing symptom of COVID-19 is a fever. Next are generally a dry cough, aches and pains then nausea and vomiting. Other symptoms can include shortness of breath, a sore throat, fatigue, headaches, a runny or stuffy nose, as well as an altered sense of taste and a loss of smell. If this sounds like you, you should be tested straightaway. You can find the nearest testing sites by using the NSW Government's COVID-19 testing clinics search facility. Meanwhile, self-isolate at home and don't allow any visitors.

Department of Health Resources

Department of Health COVID-19 - Besides the health alert page mentioned above, the Australian Government website provides a wealth of wide-ranging, up-to-date information about COVID-19. Accessing it is as easy as clicking Department of Health/Coronovirus. In particular, the site provides a collection of resources for the general public, health professionals and industry about coronavirus (COVID-19). To visit this page either click the graphic of the pamphlets to the left or Department of Health/Resources.

COVID-19 Vaccinations Proof

Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations - As we said on the home page, we cannot provide you with official documentation. What we do is give the Federal Government your innoculation details, and they take it from there. Unfortunately, you may find the process a bit daunting, especially if you don't already have a myGov and/or a Medicare account. Start by clicking the graphic or Getting proof of your COVID-19 vaccinations. From there's it's a matter of following the prompts, which can vary depending on your particular circumstances. If it all becomes too hard, you can phone 1800 653 809 to talk to a real, live person. Please don't call us; we'll likely be just as confused as you are.

NSW Health - COVID-19

NSW Health/Coronovirus - As the impact of COVID-19 contnues to evolve, so do the pages concerning it on the State Government website. Before you call us, please check here. There's a very good chance you'll find the answers you're seeking. From what we can see, not only do they provide a plethora of information, it's also kept right up to date. For an overview either click the waratah logo or NSW Health. For more specific information, you might want to check out Frequently asked questions.

Online Repeat Scripts

online repeat prescriptions - Because the phones never stop ringing these days, we are providing a new service for those of you who need to replace a lost script or organise a repeat and have better things to do than wait to get though. Instead of phoning us with all the details, you can now order a repeat script online for a cost of $25.00. Subject to approval by your doctor, the script will be sent to your pharmacy.

RACGP Patient Alert

the latest Patient Alert - The Royal Australian College of General Practicioners (RACGP) continues to issue guidelines for anyone intending to visit a GP at the current time. Just click the abbreviated poster or Alert to view the latest.