Guest ffi&dyl

Doctors/Medical Centres in Seaford area

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    Guest ffi&dyl

    Hi,

     

    Can anyone recommend any doctors/medical centers for myself, partner and 2 kids (3 & 5) in the Seaford area.

     

    Thanks for anyone's help.

     

    Ffion x

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    Guest Mezza

    We're registered with Trinity (behind Sprint Auto and the Stateswim), and have no complaints.

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    I think I'm registered with all of them in Seaford! If you can get into Trinity, I think they bulk bill from what I remember (haven't been there yet as couldn't get appt) but that would be your best bet.

     

    I go to Moana Medical Centre just across the way from Trinity and that's pretty good as he stays open late and waits for me to get back from work and there's also another Dr's surgery near to the "other" Foodland but can't remember the name of the road.

     

    Can't fault the public system here either. I've had lots of surgeries here and they've been fantastic and very thorough.

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    Guest guest569

    Although we live at Seaford Rise we use the surgery on Beach Road @ Christies Beach. You can always get an appointment ( unlike Trinity ) and they have an emergency desk if you need to be seen asap.

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    Guest kenmcfadyen

    OH is a doctor at the Seaford Medical Practice, Seaford Road. I work there too. Mostly always appoinments on the day when you need it.

     

    Ken

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    OH is a doctor at the Seaford Medical Practice, Seaford Road. I work there too. Mostly always appoinments on the day when you need it.

     

    Ken

     

    That's the one I was thinking of! :wubclub:

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    Guest squeaky

    Hi what is Seaford like to live/work etc. I'm hoping to relocate there in August 2009. I've hopefully secured a job at Seaford medical centre

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    Guest dyltilosc

    Hi Guys hope you got a good gp...anyway we are just in the process of filling out migration papers and because of my age we have been offered Adelaide so the question is what is Adelaide like?

    I have 3 kids and a theatre company we deliver health issues to schools so if you get the time let me know...my kids are 3, 7. and 10 thatnks mand

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    Guest dyltilosc

    Hi can anyone let me know what its like living in Adelaide i am moving from Liverpool and have 3 kids

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    Guest dyltilosc

    Hi Scouse we are moving over within a year with 3 kids 3,6,10 and would love to get your point of view of Adelaide good points and bad thatnks mand

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    i had to make my first visit to the docs last week since being here and used the docs on seaford road just by the shops, got a appointment straight away, hubby nipped in on way home from work and they told him to fetch me straight up, was seen within 10 minutes, reception staff were friendly and doc was lovely too :biglaugh: sorted me out and i wont hesitate in using them again if i need to for any of my family members, they bulk bill too, so only had to pay prescription charges, come highly recommended from me

     

    Dawn x

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    Guest sunchaser

    :jiggy:

    Hi Scouse we are moving over within a year with 3 kids 3,6,10 and would love to get your point of view of Adelaide good points and bad thatnks mand

    hi we moved over oct with 3 kids 2,6,12 they love school,the wife got work,i got the baby and the beach lol.its so relaxed along south coast very friendly people great food,wine,beaches in fact everythings bloody great only drawback is 0mm rain in 6 weeks and temp is around 40 most days(if thats a bad thing) so dont worry just look foward to it and good luck.matt:biglaugh:

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    Guest squeaky

    hopefully i've got job as GP at Seaford starting September. See all you "poms" there

     

    ps. hope none of you Man Utd fans........... the pain of treatment. haha

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    hopefully i've got job as GP at Seaford starting September. See all you "poms" there

     

    ps. hope none of you Man Utd fans........... the pain of treatment. haha

     

    good luck with the new job, if you need a practice nurse let me know lol;)

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