Medical & Dental

Medical Centre

12 Easton Street, Omeo 3898

Phone: (03) 5159 0140
Fax: (03) 5159 1594

Omeo Community Health Centre is a friendly and welcoming clinic, catering to all ages and all backgrounds. The clinic is fully accredited against the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Standards by the Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited (AGPAL).

Experienced doctors, a practice nurse and a fully functional treatment room provide for a wide range of basic medical procedures.

Services offered include family medical care, skin checks and lesion removal, insurance reports, pre-employment medicals, TAC reports, health assessments, chronic disease management plans, mental health plans, pathology collection, immunisations and wound dressings.

The co-location of the health centre with the hospital including the urgent care centre enables delivery of strongly integrated care.


Monday to Friday: Please call reception 5159 0140 to make an appointment, or alternatively via HotDoc.

Day Of Week Times Contact Details
Monday to Thursday 9am - 5pm 5159 0140
Friday 9am - 12pm 5159 0140


An appointment is required for all routine medical consultations: they are at 15 minute intervals.
Appointments can be made by calling 5159 0140 or online using HotDoc.

When making your appointment, please advise staff if an extended consultation is required for:

  • Minor surgical procedures including skin lesion removal

  • Insurance, medical or Centrelink examinations

  • Complex or multiple medical problems

  • More than one person is to be seen

  • Your personal details need to be updated.

We aim to make waiting times as short as possible, however, emergencies will always be given priority. Our reception staff will keep you informed should any unforeseen delays affect you. Please notify the reception desk if you have not been seen within 30 minutes of your appointment time.

Pathology & Test Results:

You will be contacted by the Practice if follow up is required, unless your doctor advises otherwise. Generally, we suggest you wait 48 hours after the test prior to contacting for results. Please phone the Omeo Community Health Centre on 5159 0140, they will take your details and arrange for the doctor to return your call or make an appointment if the Doctors wished to see you in consultation, follow up of test results appointments are bulk billed.

Contacting Doctors by Telephone:

To minimise interruptions during consultations the doctors prefer not to accept phone calls for non-urgent matters. They ask that you give the details to the receptionist along with your contact phone number and the doctor will return your call when they have a free moment.

Urgent matters will be put through to the Practice Nurse or Nurse in Charge at Omeo District Health. 

Recalls & Reminders:

Our practice is committed to preventative care. From time to time you may be issued with a reminder notice offering you preventative health services specific to your needs (e.g. pap smear, immunisation, diabetes). If you do not wish to be enrolled in this system, please inform your doctor or nurse.

Blood & Pathology Collection 

  • Monday- Friday: 8am - 9am


All vaccinations available through the working week. All routine child immunisation vaccines are on hand at the surgery, but some vaccines do require a script. Please contact Our Team in the Omeo Community Health Centre on 5159 0140 to arrange an appointment. 

Nursing Services

Complex Health Needs (Chronic Disease)

Our Chronic Disease nurse is available Monday and Tuesdays of each week for on going support and is available for healthcare assessments. Chronic disease management relates to all those patients with a chronic disease (Arthritis, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Asthma, etc). If you have a complex health need, please get in touch with Our Team at the Omeo Community Health Centre to arrange an appointment, to help you to better manage your health.

Wound Management

This service provides specialised care to people who have wounds that are not healing properly, or who have an increased risk of complications due to underlying health conditions. This may include leg ulcers, lacerations or skin tears, or wounds that have not healed properly after an operation. Our Nurse will assess and treat your wound, work with the Doctor or other health care provider to monitor and evaluate your wound and provide advice about suitable wound care products. 

Dental Services 

The Royal Flying Doctor Service is now the ongoing dental provider to the Omeo region. In partnership with Omeo District Health (ODH), Dental Health Services Victoria (DHSV) and the Australian Dental Association Victoria (ADAVB), the Flying Doctor provides all eligible residents in the Omeo catchment area with no cost dental treatment every second week.

To make an appointment or find out more information about the Dental Clinic, the Flying Doctor Dental team can be contacted on (03) 8412 0444 or