At Integrated Specialist Healthcare we have implemented a number of policies and procedures at our clinics to ensure the safety of our patients and staff from exposure to COVID-19.
We remain open as normal until further notice.
Please Do Not Attend the Practice and contact the clinic prior to arriving to your appointment if you have any of the following:
We like to put the patient first. That’s why we have the very best GPs, specialists and surgeons all under the one roof. We make it easy for you to access the best healthcare, without the mounting costs.
Whether you’ve got hip pain, a hand injury, severe allergies or need help getting your weight under control – or have any of the other health concerns that we specialise in – we’re here to help you improve, restore and maintain your health.
All our services are offered at little or no out-of-pocket cost so you don’t have to worry about huge bills.
We have our GPs, GP+s, specialists and surgeons all housed within the same clinic. No waiting times and instant referral to a specialist if you need it – at little or no cost. You’ll also find access to the best diagnostic and healing technologies on site. So you can feel assured that everyone is on the same page when it comes to finding the best solution for your healthcare at ISHC.
Our specialists are globally recognised for their ground-breaking research. And that research gets applied to clinical practice and surgical procedures, so our patients have access to the best and most current medical care. At Integrated Specialist Healthcare, we call this translational care – where innovation and the latest proven treatments are brought to our patients – for proven benefit. We set the standard for other medical practitioners to follow.
We’ve partnered with governments and industry bodies to cut out the red tape. All you have to do is to bring your Medicare card, and in most cases, that’s all you’ll need to access to the best healthcare.
We’ve established the not-for-profit ISHC Education and Research Foundation. We invest directly back into research, technology and education – so that we can apply the knowledge we learn today, and continue to make improvements in healthcare – for a better tomorrow for all Australians.
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