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Working together on your health

The doctors who work at Eltham and Monty Clinics don’t just share being specialist general practitioners; they share an approach to practice—building a traditional relationship between a patient and their local doctor, a GP who really knows them and who takes the time to listen, explain and get the right result.

At our clinics, it’s almost always possible to see the same doctor every visit. On the occasions it isn’t possible, the doctors who work here share detailed notes, so the doctor you see will know your history. (Most of our patients have relationships with more than one of the doctors who works here anyway.)

Your GP will take their time to listen, but they don’t believe in keeping you waiting. As doctors, some things are out of our control, but you’ll get a call from our receptionist if your doctor is running too late.

And while the doctors who work here have all the time in the world to see their patients, they don’t want you getting sick, so they’ll take particular care over preventative healthcare for adults and children.

The doctors who work here have been part of the Eltham community for 45 years, and to the Monty community in 2016. Today, patients who came to Eltham Clinic as children bring their own children here. There are families who have been going to Eltham clinic for four generations.

If you’re looking for a friendly GP who knows you, and staff who make you feel welcome, we’d love to have you in our patient community.