LatestNews

  • Dr Peter Striegl is now running a bulk billed Ear Microsuction clinic on Thursday afternoons for wax removal
  • We now offer Ferinject Iron Infusions - please make an appointment with your doctor to discuss
  • We have Zostavax (Shingles vaccine) available FREE for people aged 70 – 79.
  • WMP are now accredited to give Yellow Fever vaccines! Call reception on 02 4283 3433 or make an appointment online via the Appointuit app
  • Dr Ella Cameron is now taking appointments for assessment and insertion of IUD's. Please call Reception for more information
  • Did you know that our Saturday clinic is like no other? We take appointments on the day so you are given a time where you can wait at home, which means no long wait times! We are open from 8.30am-2pm each Saturday
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Location

44 Hopetoun Street, Woonona NSW 2517
p. 02 4283 3433
f. 02 4283 1955
e. reception@woononamedical.com.au

Parking

All patients are encouraged to access ample parking via the eastern driveway. A limited number of disabled parking spaces are available on Hopetoun Street and in the rear carpark. Please note that street parking is patrolled by Wollongong City Council.

Patient Feedback

If you are unhappy with any aspect of our service then please let us know. Please feel free to speak to your doctor or the reception staff about any problems you are having. If you would prefer we have feedback forms and a suggestion box in the waiting room or you can contact us by sending an online enquiry using the contact form on this page. 

If however you feel your problem cannot be dealt with within the practice you may prefer to contact the Health Care Complaints Commission on 1800 043 159 or by post at: Locked Bag 18, Strawberry Hills NSW 2012

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