Our Care Services

Fertility & Pregnancy Care
Family Planning & Sexual Health
Infant & Child Health
Adolescent Health
Women's Health
Men's Health

Preventative Health
Chronic Disease Management
Weight Management
Diabetes
Heart Disease
Skin Health

Mental Health
Older Persons' Health
Palliative Care
Travel Medicine
Immunisations

OUR PRACTICE

• COVID-19 ALERT

As per NSW public health order, if you have the following symptoms:
temperature/chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, loss of taste or smell, muscle or body aches, night sweats, headache/sinus, sore/scratchy throat, congestion/runny nose, nausea, diarrhoea, or hoarse voice, you will not be permitted to enter the practice.
Please tell our receptionist if you have any of the above and they can arrange a telephone or car park consultation for you.

• COVID-19 VACCINATION

Our practice has a supply of Comirnaty Pfizer vaccine – we have Covid-19 Vaccination Clinics throughout the week.
COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for all people aged 5 years or older to protect against COVID-19. For most people, a primary vaccination course consists of 2 doses.

A single booster dose is recommended for people aged 16 years or older, 3 months after the primary course.

An additional booster dose is recommended for people at risk of severe COVID-19, 4 months after the first booster.

In Australia, vaccination is strongly recommended for the following groups:

• people with occupational risk of exposure to SARS-CoV-2, such as frontline healthcare workers, quarantine and   border workers, aged care and disability care staff, and critical and high-risk workers
• residents of aged care and disability care facilities
• older adults
• Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
• people with underlying medical conditions that increase their risk of severe COVID-19
• pregnant women

Vaccination Schedule

Ages 12 year and older – Comirnaty Pfizer – 2 doses at least 21 days apart. Booster, 3rd dose due 3 months after 2nd dose.
Ages 5 to 11 years – Comirnaty Pfizer – 2 doses, 8 weeks apart.
ATAGI recommends an additional booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine to increase vaccine protection before winter for selected population groups, who are at greatest risk of severe illness from COVID-19 and who have received their primary vaccination and first booster dose.

These groups are:

• Adults aged 65 years and older
• Residents of aged care or disability care facilities
• People aged 16 years and older with severe immunocompromise (as defined in the ATAGI statement on the   use of a 3rd primary dose of COVID-19 vaccine in individuals who are severely immunocompromised)
• Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50 years and older.

The additional winter booster dose can be given from 4 months or longer after the person has received their first booster dose, or from 4 months after a confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection, if infection occurred since the person’s first COVID-19 booster dose.

Influenza Vaccination

Influenza is a very contagious infection of the airways. It affects people of all ages. Although it can be a mild disease, it can also cause very serious illness in otherwise healthy people. It can require hospitalisation and can cause death. Yearly influenza vaccination is recommended for people aged 6 months and over.

Vaccination is a safe and effective way to protect you from serious disease caused by influenza. Annual influenza vaccine should occur anytime from April onwards to be protected for the peak flu season, which is generally June to September. The highest level of protection occurs in the first 3 to 4 months following vaccination.

The following people are more at risk of complications from influenza and are eligible for annual influenza vaccination free under the National Immunisation Program:

• Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 6 months and over
• Children aged 6 months to under 5 years
• Pregnant women at any stage of pregnancy
• People aged 65 years or over.
• People aged 6 months or over, who have medical conditions that mean
  they have a higher risk of getting serious disease:
    o cardiac disease
    o chronic respiratory conditions
    o chronic neurological conditions
    o immunocompromising conditions
    o diabetes and other metabolic disorders
    o renal disease
    o haematological disorders
    o children aged six months to 10 years on long term aspirin therapy.

Children under nine years receiving their influenza vaccination for the first time require two doses of vaccine, spaced by a minimum of one month.

If you do not qualify for a free influenza vaccine, our practice has a supply available to purchase for $25 per vaccine.

PLEASE PHONE, (02) 4870 1168 AND ASK OUR RECEPTIONIST ABOUT THE VACCINATIONS AND HOW AND WHEN TO MAKE APPOINTMENTS FOR COVID-19 OR INFLUENZA VACCINATION. WE HAVE WEEKLY CLINICS FOR COVID-19 OR INFLUENZA.

New Patients:

We are currently NOT accepting new patients to the practice.

Hours

Monday to Friday
8.30am to 5.00pm



Public Holidays
Closed

After Hours
Southern Highlands GP
After-Hours Service
21 St. Jude St, Bowral
02 4861 6433

Billing

Standard Fee
Private Patients

Reduced Fee (Low Gap)
Pension Card
Health Care Card

Bulk Billed (No Gap)
Children Under 16 Years
ATSI Patients

Payment
EFTPOS, Credit Card, Cash

Contact

Location
6b Mona Rd, Bowral
Opposite Bowral Hospital
Parking at Rear

Phone and Fax
02 4870 1168
02 4880 1792 (Fax)

Team

Practice Manager - Reece
Nurse - Amanda
Nurse - Caroline
Reception - Elle
Reception - Julie
Reception - Fran
Reception - Abbi

Our Specialist
Family Doctors

Doctor

 Joanna Senior

MBBS, DIP ANAES, DTMH,
FRACGP

Doctor

David Grice

MBBS (HONS), DIP RACOG, GRAD DIP RURAL, FRACGP

Doctor

Anne Yang

MBBS,
FRACGP