Allied Health Businesses to continue operation

The Australian Minister for Health, Greg Hunt, has confirmed that ALL allied Health businesses can continue working and are encouraged to do so.

In addition, he has indicated that they are now developing full Allied Health Telehealth options within the week for Allied Health along with all other health and medical services.
This will be part of a staged plan. Face to face services for many remain vital and so, where possible we encourage you to continue.
We look forward to seeing you in the clinic or on TeleHealth.

What we are doing in the clinics for infection control

  • Screening all clients prior to booking appointments
  • Using PPE – gloves, masks, screens when appropriate in appointments
  • Wiping and disinfecting any contact surfaces or equipment in between clients
  • Managing appointment times closely to minimise client overlap
  • Ensuring all clients wash their hands prior to consultation
  • Group classes are now being held online
  • Telehealth consultation options for high-risk patients or those in quarantine
  • Appropriate social distancing provisions in waiting room

What our clients do to help

  • If you are unwell, please DO NOT attend your appointment. We are happy to postpone your appointment to when you are well again, or conduct a telehealth appointment.
  • Practise good hygiene before and during you appointment
  • Respect social distancing rules (1.5m apart)

All travellers arriving in Australia by air or sea must be isolated in mandatory quarantine accommodation for 14 days from their arrival.