Repeat Prescriptions

You can now order your repeat prescription online.

Repeat Referrals

You can now request your repeat referral online.

Our Services

At Teneriffe Family Doctors we offer a wide selection of different services. General Medicine, Immunisations, Family Planning, Travel Advice and vaccinations, Counselling, Health Assessments, Medicals (including Dive & Aviation), Minor Surgery, Skin Checks and cryotherapy, Implanon Insertion, Wound Care, Antenatal share care, Allied Health Services. – Please phone reception on 3852 4299 for an appointment

Skin Clinic

Skin Cancer is the most common cancer in Australia and Australia has the highest rate of all skin cancers in the world. Australians are 4 times more likely to develop skin cancer than any other form of cancer. Skin cancers can be treated successfully if they are detected early.

Our experienced medical practitioner, Dr Paul Paterson provides a full skin examination to assess any spots or lesions on the skin. Using imaging technology, suspicious lesions can be photographed and recorded for accurate monitoring and follow-up.

  • No referral necessary
  • We do not bulk bill for skin clinic consultations
  • 15min appointments

If a small procedure or treatment is required, this can often be done during the same consultation. However more complex procedures may require a separate appointment.

Useful Links:

Cancer Council Australia 

Dive Medicals

At Teneriffe Family Doctors, Dr Phil Parker is a qualified dive medical examiner.

Childhood Immunisation

Immunising your child against childhood diseases is an essential part of your child’s health and well-being plan. We take your concerns seriously and are happy to discuss your childs immunisation options with you. We offer an immunisation service for children from birth to four years of age, providing a friendly, positive and safe environment for your child to make the experience as pleasant as possible.

Useful Links:

Immunise Australia
Australian Childhood Immunisation Register
Immunisation Calculator

Aviation Medicals

When making an appointment for an Aviation Medical with Dr Phil Parker, please make sure of the following requirements:

(1) You have an ARN (aviation reference number). An application for an ARN can be made from CASA
(2) Official photo ID such as your driver’s licence, passport.
(3) If you have changed postal address and/or contact details, it is important you correct this at the CASA web link before attending.
(4) Determine the class of medical being applied for:
Class 1 – Airline Transport Pilot Licence, Commercial Pilot Licence, Flight Engineer or Flight Navigator.
Class 2 – Student Pilot, Private Pilot, Commercial Pilot Balloons, Flight Radio Operator.
Class 3 – Air Traffic Controller, Flight Service Officer.
(5) If you are attending for a renewal of your aviation medical certification and re-certification of your medical certificate, please bring your old medical certificate. Pilots with an expired medical for longer than 3 months are still required to bring their old medical certificate.
Important Note For Class I and III, and those pilots with pre-existing medical conditions who CASA requires interval investigations/tests/specialist reports, it would make submission of your medical information more efficient if you have these performed and available prior to your renewal examination. A table of required routine interval examination/s are available here. Further information regarding aviation medical requirements are available on the CASA web site here.

Duration of Validity of Medical Certificates

Unless otherwise advised by the Aviation Medicine Section, a:

  • Class 1 Medical Certificate is valid for one year.
  • Class 2 Medical Certificate is valid for four years, for applicants less than 40 years of age on the day of issue, and in all other cases for two years.
  • Class 3 Medical Certificate is valid for two years.

Note: Where an applicant’s medical condition is under review, the duration of a Medical Certificate may be varied at the discretion of the Principal Medical Officer.


Travel Medicine

Seeking professional travel medicine advice 4 – 6 weeks before your departure may be the most important aspect of your travel planning.

Obtaining Travel Medicine advice with one of our GPs is an important aspect of all pre-trip planning whether it be for a one week break to a “safe” destination or the trip of a lifetime to several exotic foreign destinations. This also helps ensure your routine immunisations are up to date, enables you to obtain specific travel vaccines and advice on specific disease risk and precautions which can help make your trip a healthy and enjoyable one.

Chronic Disease and GP Managed Care Plans

Comprehensive and individualised care plan can ensure that all aspects of chronic disease are managed including goals to achieve optimal health. Chronic conditions including diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, arthritis, chronic pain are amongst the most common conditions that can be supported with the help of a care plan. Some care plan patients are eligible for referral to allied health providers at a subsidised cost.