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COVID-19 UPDATE

If you have ANY of these symptoms:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath
  • Cold or flu like symptoms

OR if you have had close contact with someone who has been suspected or diagnosed with Coronavirus;

OR you have been in or near the infected hot spot areas;

We ask that you do not attend the clinic.

Please speak to staff if you have any questions.  We ask that you please be safe, kind and patient

Our waiting room is closed at present and we require patients to wait outside or if they prefer to wait in their car and ring the clinic upon arrival. If you are waiting outside please dress according to weather conditions. We advise that you phone before your appointment to see how the doctor is running for time to reduce waiting time at the clinic.

TELEHEALTH

WE OFFER TELEHEALTH (telephone consults)

You can book online via HotDoc, or call us today!

For more information, read the PHN Telehealth Quick Guide.

At Rose Street Clinic, our team of friendly GPs is committed to providing holistic care to all individuals and families in our community.

Bulk Billing

All children under 16 years will be bulk billed. DVA White or Gold card holders will be bulk billed. Concession holders will receive a discounted rate.

Quality Care

Our team is committed to providing holistic care to all individuals and families in our community.

Telehealth

Telehealth appointments are now available.

Experienced Team

An experienced team of health professionals.

New Patients

Rose Street Clinic welcomes new patients.

AGPAL accredited

Rose Street Clinic is an accredited practice and pride ourselves on maintaining current and professional practicing standards.

Beachside Location

Rose Street Clinic was first established in 1947 and is located in the beautiful beachside suburb of Glenelg, South Australia.

Flexible care

Our team of experienced doctors have a range of special interests, including women’s health, men’s health, children’s health, chronic disease management and more.

Latest news

Please note

Our phone lines have been particularly busy lately. We ask that you treat our staff kindly as we deal with increased call volumes, and we encourage you to book online where possible.

COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine

You can now book online for your COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine.

New website

Rose Street Clinic is proud to announce the launch of our new website.

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday

8:30am – 5pm

Convenient location

Rose Street Clinic is located in the beautiful beachside suburb of Glenelg, South Australia.

New patients welcome

Rose Street Clinic accepts new patients. Please call us on 8295 2167 to book an appointment, or book online.

Telehealth appointments

We are now offering telehealth appointments.

How long are appointments?

Our clinic operates on an appointment system. A standard appointment is 15 minutes. If you feel you require additional time with your doctor, please advise the receptionist when booking your appointment.

New patient appointments are booked as a long appointment to allow time for a full medical history to be taken as well as addressing your current condition.

What are your fees?

Rose Street Clinic is a private billing clinic and does not routinely bulk bill. Full payment is required on the day of consultation, cash or eftpos services are available. All children under the age of 15 years and under will be bulk billed.

For more information visit our fees page.

Can I see a doctor if I have cold or flu symptoms?

If you have ANY of these symptoms:

– Fever
– Cough
– Sore Throat
– Shortness of Breath

OR

If you have had close contact with someone who has been suspected or diagnosed with Coronavirus

OR

You have recently traveled to Victoria or NSW

Please do not attend the clinic –  please call us on 08 8295 2167.

There will be a MAXIMUM of 5 people in the waiting room at one time. Let the staff know if you are able to wait in your car and keep your phone out so we can call when the doctor is ready for you.

From Facebook

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If you are a close contact of someone with COVID-19, you can access two free rapid antigen tests (RAT) from RAT Collection Points across the state. 💻You must register on the SA Health website to collect your kit: www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/COVIDRapidAntigenTesting In SA, a close contact is defined as:▪️a household member or intimate partner of a COVID-19 case during their infectious period▪️someone who has had close personal interaction with a COVID-19 case during their infectious period▪️someone who has been notified by SA Health that they are a close contact▪️someone who has been to an exposure site during the exposure period for that site.Close personal interaction with a COVID-19 case is an interaction: ▪️for 15 minutes or more AND ▪️where masks are not worn by the person or the COVID-19 case AND ▪️in close physical proximity AND ▪️in an indoor setting 🔵If you are a close contact living in the same house as someone who has tested positive to COVID-19 and cannot appropriately quarantine away from them, you must quarantine for 14 days from the date they had their test taken. You do not need to have a COVID-19 PCR test unless you develop any symptoms.If you test positive to COVID-19 at any time during your quarantine period, you need to isolate for 10 days.🔵If you are close contact not living in the same house as a positive case, or if you are in the same house but can appropriately quarantine them, you must: ▪️quarantine for 7 days since exposure (day of exposure is day 0)▪️get an initial COVID-19 test▪️get a COVID-19 test again on day 6 after exposure (a negative day 6 test is required to be released from quarantine)▪️get a COVID-19 test again immediately if symptoms develop▪️not attend high risk settings or COVID Management Plan events for 14 days after exposure▪️wear a surgical mask when around others▪️avoid contact with vulnerable people (young children, elderly, pregnant, people with chronic health conditions), avoid non-essential activities, avoid working across worksites and avoid shared spaces and maintain physical distancing on days 8 to 14 after exposure. If you have COVID-19 symptoms and test negative on a RAT, you must get a PCR test to confirm this result. If you develop COVID-19 symptoms while in quarantine, use a RAT if you have one. If you don’t have access to any more RATs, get a PCR test. If you don’t have access to a RAT for your day 6 test, get a PCR test. ℹFor more information and to register for rapid antigen tests, visit www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/COVIDRapidAntigenTesting ... See MoreSee Less
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