Ranford Medical is a privately owned, mixed billing practice offering the highest standard of patient care. Our Doctors work in partnership with our patients to provide the most clinically appropriate healthcare, and consultations are necessary for this relationship.
Our aim is to accommodate our patients requests... Read More
Thank you to our patients who completed feedback forms in October of this year.
Questionnaires were provided by an independent survey company, who analyse the anonymous results and provide us with an independent overview of our practice.
Pleasingly, results show that 97% of all patient ratings for... Read More
There are many different types of appointment available at Ranford Medical Centre. In order to give our doctors time to consult thoroughly, it is helpful to book the correct type of appointment. Bookings can be made online through our website or Hotdoc.com - If you... Read More
Our on-line booking system is changing. From 3rd December 2021 our patients will be able to book appointments through our website using the 'make appointment online' tab above, and also by using Hotdoc either as an App or on your web browser. Our friendly receptionists... Read More
In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint, we will be reducing our paper usage for patient correspondence. Please make sure that the mobile telephone numbers and email addresses that we have for you in our system are up to date.
We will be transitioning to... Read More
Coronavirus (Covid 19) is a respiratory disease caused by a new virus. The illness causes respiratory (flu like) symptoms ranging from a cough, sore throat, temperature to severe respiratory distress requiring hospitalisation and in some cases, death. Coronavirus disease spreads primarily through contact with an... Read More
Meningococcal B is a bacteria that can lead to Invasive Meningitis, potentially causing death or life long disability.
People spread Meningococcal bacteria by sharing respiratory and throat secretions (saliva or spit). Generally, it takes close contact for example coughing or kissing to spread these bacteria.
It is... Read More
Routine cervical screening now commences at 25 years of age under the renewed National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP), or two years after the last Pap test.
If you have previously had a Pap test with a normal result:
before 23 years old, you should get screened... Read More
Shingles is a condition caused by the same virus that causes chicken pox. Initial symptoms of shingles can include headache, fever, flu like symptoms and malaise. A stinging or burning sensation may appear on the affected area before a localised skin rash appears, usually within 1-2... Read More
By the end of 2018, a My Health Record with be created for every Australian unless they choose not to have one. People who choose NOT to have a My Health Record will be able to register not to have one during a three-month opt... Read More