Ochre Medical Centre Flinders Island, TAS

FOR APPOINTMENTS PLEASE CALL: (03) 6359 2011

Overview
Ochre Health took over the Flinders Island General Practice — on the 1st July 2016. Flinders Island has a population of  just over 800, and the Doctor and Staff at Flinders Island Medical Centre take pride in providing excellent medical care to all patients.

Hours of Operation
Please call the Medical Centre for opening hours.

After hours
For after hours please call 1800 022 222. If it is an emergency please call ‘000’.

Billing type
Please call the Medical Centre for billing options.

Practice Manager
June Klugg

Registered Nurses
Names of our Registered Nurses are yet to be announced.
We will have a list of services provided by the Registered Nurses available soon.

List of visiting and on-site allied health and pathology services
A range of allied health providers visit Flinders Island on a regular basis. For more information please speak with reception.

Dr Alexander John (MB, BS(lond.), MRCS(eng.), MRCGP(UK), FRACGP– General Practitioner / VMOs
Dr John has studied medicine at University College London, subsequently completing both basic surgical training and vocational general practice training. He then moved to Australia in 2008, and worked for the majority of time on the Bass Strait islands; including King, Flinders and Cape Barren Islands. Dr John enjoys surfing, art, gardening and all things food related.
Specialty interest areas: Minor surgical procedures, trauma, acute medical care, basic radiology.

Address
4 James Street
Whitemark TAS 7255

Phone, Fax & Email
Phone: (03) 6359 2011
Email: flinders@ochrehealth.com.au

Overview

Flinders Island has a population of  just over 800, and the Doctor and Staff at Flinders Island Medical Centre take pride in providing excellent medical care to all patients.  Tasmanian Aboriginals were the first residents of Flinders Island more than 35,000 years ago, but ceased to exist by 2,000 BC.  The next known human contact was when Tobias Furneaux discovered Flinders Island in 1773, but he did not land.  In 1797, the merchant vessel Sydney Cove, en route from Calcutta to the new colony at Port Jackson, ran aground off Preservation Island, just south of Cape Barren Island. This had important consequences for the history of Australia, including the first European settlement south of Sydney Town, established by sealers at Kent Bay on Cape Barren Island; and, Australia’s first export industry, seal skins and seal oil.

 

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