Welcome to Burra Medical Centre
Medical Attention You Can Rely On
Have you had your flu shot yet?
Burra Medical Centre currently has the Flu Vaccination for 6 months to over 65 years in stock and even better - WE BULK BILL!
Influenza (flu) vaccination is recommended every year for any person 6 months of age and over, who would like to reduce the likelihood of becoming ill with the flu.
As the strains of flu virus can change from year to year, receiving a flu vaccine every year provides the best protection against current flu virus strains.
The best time to vaccinate is autumn, but flu vaccine can be given at any time during the flu season while vaccine is available. It usually takes up to two weeks for the flu vaccine to provide protection.
To book in for the vaccine, please call the Burra Medical Centre on 8892 2104.
About the Practice
Burra Medical Centre first opened its doors on Commercial Street in Burra, before moving to 6 Market Square in 2018. Our team of highly skilled dedicated doctors are committed to all the residents in the Burra and surrounding areas with our aim being to provide preventative care and health education.
The Surgery is housed in the old Bank SA building, conveniently situated right next door to Tim Siv's Terry White Chemist.
Burra Medical Centre is fully computerised and is accredited with the National Standards of AGPAL (Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited), ensuring our patients receive the very best care as measured against the standards developed by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
Fully Accredited Practice
The Burra Medical Centre is a fully accredited practice under the Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited (AGPAL)
Being accredited means that our General Practice is committed to a comprehensive program which involves:
Engaging our whole practice team to review our practice’s systems and processes
Opening our practice doors to allow a team of independent surveyors to assess how our practice operates
Assessment of our practice, and achievement of the nationally recognised Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Standards for general practices, that focus on health care quality and patient safety.
As a member of the community you may be surprised to learn that general practice accreditation is a voluntary process – which means not all practices undergo an independent on-site assessment on a regular basis.
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