Preparing for Your Visit

Please choose the reason for your visit:

  • Travel Medicine
  • General Practice
  • Student Health
  • Corporate Health
  • Allied Health

Travel Medicine

Before your appointment

When making your appointment, please let us know:

  • If you are a new patient or an existing patient at our clinic

  • If you appointment is about a current trip or a new trip

  • The number of people attending the appointment and whether any attendees are under 12 years of age

  • Brief trip details including destination, style of accommodation and planned activities

What to bring to your appointment

  • Any past vaccination records available to you

  • Details of your trip itinerary

  • Name of any medications you take regularly or intermittently

  • Your Medicare Card and those of family members attending

Upon arriving at Globe Medical

  • Advise the staff at the reception desk of your name and the time of your appointment

  • If it's your first visit to our clinic, you will be asked to complete a "Travel Registration Form" form and a "Consent to Collect Personal Information" form.  To save time, you can download the PDF versions of these forms to read, complete and print at home... Just remember to bring the forms to your appointment.

  • If you are an existing patient of Globe Medical and your appointment relates to a New Trip, you will be asked to complete the "New Trip" form. 

During your appointment

Inform your doctor at the very beginning of your appointment if you:

  • Have any allergies e.g. eggs, antibiotics, mercury etc.

  • Are pregnant

  • Have been unwell in the last 48-72 hours

  • Suffer from any medical problems which affect immunity e.g. leukaemia, HIV etc.

  • Are on any medications which might cause immunosuppression e.g. prednisolone

  • Suffer from any bleeding disorders

  • Have a history of fainting when receiving vaccination

Always feel free to ask the doctor to clarify for you anything which is unclear, and raise any questions you may have for the doctor.

General Practice

Before your appointment

When making your appointment, please let us know:

  • If you are a new patient or an existing patient at our clinic

  • If you have Medicare, OSHC, travel insurance or none of these

  • The general nature of your appointment (e.g. feel sick, men's health, Pap Smear etc)

  • If you wish to see a specific doctor, if so, please name the doctor or please indicate if you have a preference to seeing a male or female doctor

  • Whether you would like the doctor to help you with a single health issue or multiple health issues

  • Whether you have any special requirements e.g. wheelchair lift access, interpreter etc.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Your Medicare Card or valid OSHC Member Card

  • If with Medicare - A card linked to a Savings or Cheque account (see Fees - Medicare Easy Claim)

  • Names of any medication you take regularly or intermittently

  • If you are a new patient, any past vaccination records available to your

  • If you would like any medical records transferred to our clinic, contact details of the GP and / or specialists

Upon arriving at Globe Medical
  • Advise the staff at the reception desk of your name and the time of your appointment

  • If it's your first visit to our clinic, you will be asked to complete a "New Patient Registration" form and a "Consent to Collect Personal Information" form.  To save time, you can download the PDF versions of these forms to read, complete and print at home... Just remember to bring the forms to your appointment.

When with the doctor

Inform the doctor at the very beginning of your appointment if you:

  • Have any allergies e.g. to eggs, antibiotics, mercury etc.

  • Are pregnant

  • Have been unwell in the last 48-72 hours

  • Suffer from any medical problems which affect immunity e.g. leukaemia, HIV etc.

  • Are on any medications which might cause immunosuppression e.g. prednisolone

  • Suffer from any bleeding disorders

  • Have a history of fainting when receiving vaccination

At the beginning of the appointment, be specific about:

  • Symptoms you have been suffering

  • Other issues you feel may be relevant e.g. stress, anxiety, relationship difficulties etc.

Always feel free to ask the doctor to clarify for you anything which is unclear, and raise any questions you may have for the doctor.

Student Health

Before your appointment

When making your appointment, please let us know:

  • If you are a new patient or an existing patient at our clinic

  • If you have Medicare or OSHC

  • The general nature of your appointment (e.g. feel sick, men's health, Pap Smear etc)

  • If you wish to see a specific doctor, if so, please name the doctor or please indicate if you have a preference to seeing a male or female doctor

  • Whether you would like the doctor to help you with a single health issue or multiple health issues

  • Whether you have any special requirements e.g. wheelchair lift access, interpreter etc.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Your Medicare Card or valid OSHC Member Card

  • An alternative form of ID e.g. Drivers License, Student Card etc.

  • If with Medicare - A card linked to a Savings or Cheque account (see Fees - Medicare Easy Claim)

  • Names of any medication you take regularly or intermittently

  • If you are a new patient, any past vaccination records available to your

  • If you would like any medical records transferred to our clinic, contact details of the GP and / or specialists

Upon arriving at Globe Medical

  • Advise the staff at the reception desk of your name and the time of your appointment

  • Display your OSHC Card or Medicare Card to one of our receptionists

  • If it's your first visit to our clinic, you will be asked to complete a "New Patient Registration" form and a "Consent to Collect Personal Information" form.  To save time, you can download the PDF versions of these documents to read, complete and print at home... Just remember to bring the forms to your appointment.

When with the doctor

Inform the doctor at the very beginning of your appointment if you:

  • Have any allergies e.g. to eggs, antibiotics, mercury etc.

  • Are pregnant

  • Have been unwell in the last 48-72 hours

  • Suffer from any medical problems which affect immunity e.g. leukaemia, HIV etc.

  • Are on any medications which might cause immunosuppression e.g. prednisolone

  • Suffer from any bleeding disorders

  • Have a history of fainting when receiving vaccination

At the beginning of the appointment, be specific about:

  • Symptoms you have been suffering

  • Other issues you feel may be relevant e.g. stress, anxiety, relationship difficulties etc.

Always feel free to ask the doctor to clarify for you anything which is unclear, and raise any questions you may have for the doctor.

Corporate Health

Before your appointment

When making your appointment, please let us know:

  • If you are a new patient or an existing patient at our clinic

  • The name of your organisation and whether a corporate account currently exists with Globe Medical

  • The nature of your appointment e.g. medical assessment, travel vaccinations, skin check etc.

  • If you wish to see a specific doctor, if so, please name the doctor or indicate if you have a preference to seeing a male or female doctor

  • Whether you have any special requirements e.g. wheelchair lift access, interpreter etc.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Identification e.g Drivers License etc.

  • Names of any medication you take regularly or intermittently

  • If you are a new patient, any past vaccination records available to you

  • If you would like any medical records transferred to our clinic, contact details of the GP and / or specialists

  • Any other relevant documentation e.g. Medical Assessment Form, with any sections regarding "Patient / Applicant to Complete", completed prior to arriving at the clinic so as to avoid time delays

Upon arriving at Globe Medical

  • Advise the staff at the reception desk of your name and the time of your appointment

  • Display your identification and let us know which organisations you are from

  • If a company account does not exist, please provide us with relevant contact details, so we can send an account to the appropriate organisation, department and person

  • If it's your first visit to our clinic, you will be asked to complete a "New Patient Registration" form and a "Consent to Collect Personal Information" form.  To save time, you can download the PDF versions of these forms to read, complete and print at home... Just remember to bring the forms to your appointment

When with the doctor

Inform the doctor at the very beginning of your appointment if you:

  • Have any allergies e.g. to eggs, antibiotics, mercury etc.

  • Are pregnant

  • Have been unwell in the last 48-72 hours

  • Suffer from any medical problems which affect immunity e.g. leukaemia, HIV etc.

  • Are on any medications which might cause immunosuppression e.g. prednisolone

  • Suffer from any bleeding disorders

  • Have a history of fainting when receiving vaccination

At the beginning of the appointment, be specific about:

  • Symptoms you have been suffering

  • Other issues you feel may be relevant e.g. stress, anxiety, relationship difficulties etc.

Always feel free to ask the doctor to clarify for you anything which is unclear, and raise any questions you may have for the doctor.

Allied Health

Before your appointment

When making your appointment, please let us know:

  • If you are a new patient or an existing patient at our clinic

  • If you have Medicare, OSHC, travel insurance or none of these

  • If you have a current "Team Care Plan" or "Mental Health Care" that includes the name of the allied health practitioner for which you are making an appointment for, is signed by your GP and has been issued within the last 6 months 

  • Ensure you have eligible Medicare rebatable visits under your Team Care Plan or Mental Health Care Plan. If you are unsure, contact Medicare on 13 20 11

  • Whether this is an initial or review appointment with the allied health practitioner

  • Whether you have any special requirements e.g. wheelchair lift access, interpreter etc.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Your Medicare Card, valid OSHC card or Australian Private Health Insurance Card

  • Your referral from your GP (if relevant)

  • Names of any medication you take regularly or intermittently

  • If you would like any medical records transferred to our clinic, contact details of the GP and / or specialists

Upon arriving at Globe Medical

  • Advise the staff at the reception desk of your name and the time of your appointment

  • If it's your first visit to our clinic, you will be asked to complete a New Patient Registration Form and Consent to Collect Personal Health Information form.  

When with the allied health practitioner

Inform the doctor at the very beginning of your appointment if you:

  • Have any allergies e.g. to eggs, antibiotics, mercury etc.

  • Are pregnant

  • Have been unwell in the last 48-72 hours

  • Suffer from any medical problems which affect immunity e.g. leukaemia, HIV etc.

  • Are on any medications which might cause immunosuppression e.g. prednisolone

  • Suffer from any bleeding disorders

  • Have a history of fainting when receiving vaccination

At the beginning of the appointment, be specific about:

  • Symptoms you have been suffering

  • Other issues you feel may be relevant e.g. stress, anxiety, relationship difficulties etc.

Always feel free to ask the allied health practitioner to clarify for you anything which is unclear, and raise any questions you may have for the doctor.