Welcome to the Geelong Emergency Clinic
We provide access to treatment and health advice for acute minor injuries and illness.
2/142 Little Ryrie Street Geelong
Not all emergency situations need hospital treatment.
An emergency walk-in clinic that can deal with most non-life threatening situations and prevent patients long wait in an emergency for an injury that can be quickly treated and rectified.
Weekends 2PM till late
142 Little Ryrie Street, Unit No. 2 (entrance from McMillan place) Geelong
Ph: 03 5224 1585
Experienced Nurse Practitioners
Our nurses are fully qualified practitioners and have extensive experience in the field of emergency care and can provide the treatment you need.
Professional & Friendly Staff
We are nurses that care. Fully qualified practitioners and have extensive experience in the field of emergency care and can provide the treatment you need.
Weekends 2PM till late
No Need for an Appointment
You don’t have to wait long hours waiting in the hospital emergency department.
Our focus is to provide immediate medical support for any emergency situation
All concession cardholders will be bulk billed through Medicare. There will be an out of pocket expense for all other patients.
We do not provide the following services:
- Treatment of children under 3 years of age
- Treatment for complex health conditions
- Treatment following a motor vehicle accident
- Treatment following an injury at work
- Injections for chronic illnesses
- Ongoing care
- Worker’s Compensation forms
(see our frequently asked questions for the difference between a medical certificate and a sick or carer certificate).
The Geelong Emergency Clinic will provide access to treatment and health advice for acute minor injuries and illness.
Conveniently located directly opposite University of Geelong ED. Our clinic is staffed by nurse practitioners with extensive experience in treating people with minor injuries and illnesses.
For treatment and health advice for:
Common illnesses, like cold and flu
cuts and bruises
Minor infections and wounds
Injuries, strains and sprains
Skin conditions and rashes
Referrals for X-rays and pathology
Referrals for medical specialists
Repeat prescriptions and medical certificates
Sinus infections (sinusitis) and tonsillitis
Ear infections – middle and outer (swimmers’ ear)
Urinary tract infections
Minor limb fractures
We also offer the following health services:
Removal of stitches and staples
Wound dressing and reviews
Sick or carer certificates
Routine blood tests