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Many consults can now be done over the phone
and doctors can see you in person if required.


Regularly check our website and social media to
find out when vaccines become available.

Read about COVID-19 Vaccinations at Kings Park Medical CentreRead COVID-19 Vaccinations Frequently Asked QuestionsWe are a vaccination provider. Contact us for more information on how to get vaccinated.

You may book for your COVID-19 vaccinations.
We are following the government’s COVID-19 vaccination program phases and priority groups.


Introducing HHASH

The service is called HHASH - call 9217 9400
and ask to book an appointment.

Kings Park Medical Centre now provides sexual health
testing and treatment in partnership with
Melbourne Sexual Health Centre.

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We've Moved!

Since 22 June 2020, all doctors have
been at the new building at the back
to do renovations in the front
building.
Please park at the rear parking area.

Temporarily, and just out the back!

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Doctors at Kings Park Medical Centre run by appointment. Book online at any time.

We have temporarily moved to the new building at the back to do renovations in the front building.

Since 22 June 2020, all doctors will be at the new building.  Please park at the rear parking area.

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We have kicked off our first week of COVID19 vaccinations for our little 5-11 year old superheroes. Thank you to all those who rolled up their sleeves to get vaccinated.

The children’s Pfizer vaccine can prevent them from becoming severely ill from COVID-19.

⭐️ The dose is 1/3 of the dose recommended for people aged 12 years and over
⭐️ Recommended schedule is 2 doses, given 8 weeks apart (speak to your Doctor as interval can be shortened in special circumstances).
⭐️ The vaccine does not contain any live virus and cannot cause COVID-19.

To speak to your Doctor or book a vaccine please call 9217 9400, book online or find us on the HotDoc app.
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From everyone at KPMC-Hillside, we’re wishing you a very happy and safe holiday.

Please note our holiday opening hours:
🎄 Christmas Eve - CLOSED
🎅🏻Christmas Day - CLOSED
🎄 Boxing Day - CLOSED
🎅🏼 Monday 27 Dec - 9AM- 5PM
🎄 Tuesday 28 Dec - 9AM - 5PM
🎅🏾 Wednesday 29 Dec -9AM - 6PM
🎄 Thursday 30 Dec - 9AM - 6PM
🎉 New Year’s Eve - CLOSED
🎉 New Year’s Day - CLOSED
🎉 Sunday 2 Jan - CLOSED
🎉 Monday 3 Jan- 9AM- 5PM

For after hours medical attention, home visits & free medical advice, please call our medical locum service Doctor Doctor on 13 26 60.

🚨 For emergencies please ring ‘000’ or attend the closest emergency department.

If you or anyone you know needs help to get through this holiday season, please reach out:
⭐️ Lifeline on 13 11 14
⭐️ Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800
⭐️ MensLine Australia on 1300 789 978
⭐️ Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467
⭐️ Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636
⭐️ Headspace on 1800 650 890
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Booster dose now available for people age 18 years and above, 5 months after their second dose of a COVID19 vaccine. 💉

A booster dose will make sure the protection from the first dose is even stronger and longer lasting, and should help prevent spread of the virus.

Make a booking for your COVID-19 booster dose by calling us on 9217 9400, book online or find us on HotDoc.
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If you’ve missed any routine screenings or check ups over the past year, make it a priority to see your Doctor. Early detection is best and finding cancer at an early stage increases the chances of successful treatment and improved survival.

Cancer screening programs in Australia include:

⏱Cervical Screening Test every five years for women between the ages of 25 and 74 years. @auscervicalcancerfoundation

⏱Breast Screening for women aged 50-74, although women aged 40-49 and 75 years and older are able to attend for screening, talk to your Doctor to see if you are eligible. @breastscreenvictoria

⏱ Bowel Cancer Screening Program for eligible people starting at age 50 and continuing to age 74 (without symptoms) to screen for bowel cancer using a free, simple test at home. @bowelcanceraustralia

It's important to get to know your body and what is normal for you. If you notice anything unusual for you, don’t delay and see your Doctor. Call us on 9217 9400, book online or find us on HotDoc.
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World AIDS Day, held on 1 December each year, is a great opportunity to show your support for people with HIV. Even the simplest gestures can go a long way to showing that you care. Reduce the stigma by talking to your friends and family about HIV.

HIV can affect anyone. There is no vaccine or cure for HIV, however there are highly effective treatments. People with HIV take medications on a daily basis to maintain their HIV at an undetectable level and to keep them healthy.

By being informed about what HIV is and how it can be transmitted, we can take measures to look after ourselves and others.

A sexual health check is a painless and easy process which gives you a peice of mind. If you would like to talk to your Doctor, please call 9217 9400 to make an appointment or book online via our website with our sexual health service.
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World Diabetes Day 🩸 The theme for this year is ‘access to diabetes care’, focusing on the importance of improving access to diabetes care for all and the need for action to prevent diabetes and its complications.

On World Diabetes Day we’re reminding everyone to review their Annual Cycle of Care to keep you and your diabetes care on track. Some of the key health checks to follow up with your health care team are:

✅ Cholesterol
✅ Blood Pressure
✅ HbA1c
✅ Feet
✅ Eyes
✅ Kidneys
✅ Gums
✅ Medications

Regular health checks can help reduce your risk of developing complications.

If you would like to talk to your Doctor about your Diabetes risk, management and care, call us on 9217 9400. Book online or find us on HotDoc.
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Let’s catch up? 🗓

If you missed a Cervical Screening Test in the last year, National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week reminds us that it’s #TimeToCatchUp.

Many may know the Pap test, which was used to look for changes in the cells of the cervix, the entrance to the uterus (womb) from the vagina. Since 2017, screening changed to the Cervical Screening Test, which looks for evidence of the human papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to cell changes in the cervix.

The cervical screening test looks and feels the same as the Pap test. But it is only done every 5 years instead of every 2 years, if your results are normal.

If you are a woman aged 25 to 74 and are due for a test, speak to your Doctor, call us on 9217 9400, book online or find us on HotDoc.

Regular screening can save lives ☺️
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It’s Perinatal Mental Health Week, lets raise awareness and let parents in need know that they are not alone!

Did you know 1 in 5 new mums and 1 in 10 new dads experience perinatal depression and/or anxiety? Which is around 100,000 Australian parents each year.

Start today by asking a new or expectant parent how they are going. Listen really well and offer support.

Let’s break down barriers created by the stigma that surrounds perinatal mental illness so parents can get the support they need. The earlier the intervention the better outcome for all 💛

If you would like some extra support, speak to your GP. Call us in 9217 9400 to make an appointment, book online or find us on HotDoc.

For more information and resources visit @pandanational
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🎀 October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

🎀 Almost 20,000 Australians will be diagnosed with the disease this year alone. That equates to 55 Australians every day.

🎀 Early detection and treatment is best for a successful health outcome.

🎀 Become familiar with the normal look and feel of your breasts, you don’t need any special techniques for this.

🎀 Get used to looking at and feeling your breasts regularly and try to be aware of any changes that are different for you.

🎀 Most changes aren’t due to breast cancer but it’s important to see your doctor without delay if you notice any changes.

If you would like a breast screen or consultation with your GP, call us on 9217 9400 or book online via our website or find us on HotDoc.
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Our Team

TEAM OF PROFESSIONALS
Dr. Eman Abdella

Dr. Eman Abdella

Eman graduated from Monash University in 2011. She has previously worked at Western Health and has been at KPMC since February 2018.

Dr. Adrian Castro

Dr. Adrian Castro

Dr. Adrian Castro, is a General Practitioner for over 28 years and an accredited GP training supervisor for medical students and GP registrars.

Dr. Patrick Guan

Dr. Patrick Guan

Dr Patrick’s clinical interests include chronic disease management, geriatric medicine, men's health and sexual health. Dr Patrick also speaks fluent Mandarin.

Dr. Shannah Mousaco

Dr. Shannah Mousaco

Dr Shannah's clinical interests are womens health, including antenatal care, sexual health and mental health.

Dr. John Khoa Nguyen

Dr. John Khoa Nguyen

Dr. John has completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Melbourne. He has also completed a Diploma in Child Health.

Dr. Darcy O’Connell

Dr. Darcy O’Connell

Dr Darcy graduated from Medicine at Monash University in 2017. They have worked at various metropolitan and rural hospitals throughout Victoria.

Dr. Siraporn (Sira) Tagerd

Dr. Siraporn (Sira) Tagerd

Dr. Sira is a General Practitioner who has over 19 years experience. As well as finding satisfaction in the care, treatment and wellbeing of all her patients from different ages, she also loves to impart her knowledge and experience to those training in the medical field.

Dr. Jason Wu

Dr. Jason Wu

Dr. Jason Wu has completed MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) and Diploma of Child Health.

For after hours medical attention, home visits & free medical advice, please call our medical locum service Doctor Doctor on 13 26 60 or attend the closest emergency department or ring ‘000‘.

Kings Park Medical Centre acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the traditional custodians of the waters and lands on which we live and work, and pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.