Mornington Medical Group

258 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931

Making health accessible for a better lifestyle

Providing family medical and health services to the local community since 1951

Mornington Medical Group is locally owned and located at 258 Main Street, Mornington. Our experienced general practitioners provide a quality team approach to your health care needs. We practice patient-centred care with a focus on building a trusted relationship to proactively support your individual health care needs. Our modern clinic is fully equipped with procedure and treatment rooms, on site pathology, onsite parking and a friendly family environment.

New patients are welcome.

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday8.30am – 6.00pm
Saturday9.00am – 12.00pm
By appointment only
Sundays & Public HolidaysClosed

After hours service is available to current patients. Call 5975 2633 for service.

Our Services

During the Covid-19 pandemic TELEHEALTH phone and video consultations are available in addition to our usual services.

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Our doctors practice general medicine including diagnosis, health advice and management. 

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Our male and female doctors are experienced in offering a full range of services to women of all ages from routine gynecological checks to shared antenatal care with Frankston Hospital.

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To help resolve and manage symptoms of anxiety and depression we offer GP mental health plans, counselling and psychology referrals.

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Our male and female doctors are qualified to care for many men’s health issues including sports injuries, sexual health and prostate cancer screening.

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Our doctors are qualified to conduct skin and mole checks.

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Mornington Medical Group offers immunisations to children, adults and travellers. We believe immunisation is the safest and most effective way to protect yourself and the community against potentially life threatening infectious diseases.

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Our clinic is able to complete dive medicals for patients who are young adults and adults. Contact our reception team for more information. 

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We offer GP management plans, GP mental health plans and team care arrangements. This provides access to services from many allied health practitioners and psychologists. To find out if you qualify for one of our management plans, please make an appointment with your doctor. Our chronic disease nurse will then help implement your plan. 

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Mornington Medical Group is an accredited travel vaccination practice. We carry a stock of common travel vaccines including Yellow Fever. Our doctors advise you to discuss travel medicine with them well before you intend to travel.

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Our doctors work with teenagers to negotiate a range of health health issues including safer sex, the use of alcohol and illicit drugs, plus body image concerns which can lead to crash dieting, eating disorders and obesity.

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Phone and video consultations are available – current and new patients welcome.

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Thunderstorm Asthma Info Sheet
Referrence - Asthma Australia
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Is your Asthma under control? Have you heard of thunderstorm Asthma Events?

Thunderstorm asthma events are believed to be triggered by an uncommon combination of high grass pollen levels and a certain type of thunderstorm, causing pollen grains from grasses to be swept up in the wind and carried long distances.

Some pollens can burst open and release tiny particles that are concentrated in the wind just before the thunderstorm. These small particles get deep into the airways and can trigger asthma symptoms.

Thunderstorm asthma events can be very dangerous for known asthmatics. They can also be the trigger for the first episode of Asthma in some individuals.

Spring is the optimal time climate wise for these such events, and also a great time to visit your GP for a check up and make sure you have an up to date Asthma Plan. Be aware, Be safe , Be prepared.

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National Skin Cancer Action Week 15th – 21st November 2020 -

Each year Cancer Council Australia and the Australasian College of Dermatologists come together for National Skin Cancer Action Week. This is an important reminder to use sun protection and of the importance of early skin cancer detection for all Australians.

Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, including melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers. Every year in Australia skin cancers account for around 80% of all newly diagnosed cancers. Around 2000 people die from this disease every year.

However, more than 95% of skin cancer cases are caused by unprotected exposure to UV radiation from the sun, meaning it is a nearly entirely preventable cancer.

There are five simple things you can do to protect yourself and greatly reduce your risk of skin cancer.
• Slip on sun-protective clothing
• Slop on SPF30 (or higher) broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen at least 20 minutes before you go outdoors and reapply every two hours afterwards
• Slap on a broad-brim hat to protect your face, head, neck and ears.
• Seek shade
• Slide on sunglasses – make sure they meet Australian standards

We offer skin checks here at the clinic. If you wish to have a skin check please let us know.
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World Diabetes Day is on Saturday 14th November. The purpose of this one day is to raise awareness of a condition that millions of people all around the world live with every day.

Essentially, diabetes is about the body’s ability (or lack of it) to produce the required amount of a hormone called insulin to control glucose levels in the blood. There are broadly two types of diabetes: Type 1 requires daily administration of artificial insulin by means of injection or insulin pump. Type 2 is more generally managed by a combination of dietary control and medication in the form of tablets.

It’s very important that people with diabetes maintain good control of their condition to help reduce and avoid long term complications, and there have been huge advances in this area over recent years. However, it is vitally important that development work continues, to ensure people with the condition can live as normal a life as possible.
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What you may not know about Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is the most common cause of occupational disability in industrial society costing Australian’s an estimated 9.17 billion dollars per annum. Whilst episodes of significant lower back pain often commence around 35 years of age, we see patients of all ages in clinical practice.

Peoples’ movement patterns play a primary role in making lower back pain such a prevalent issue. Effective treatment must target the underlying cause of back pain to help prevent future recurrence.

Is passive therapy the answer?

Passive treatment techniques alone such as manual therapy, soft tissue massage, dry needling or the use of complex machinery may help to provide symptomatic relief. However these passive therapies do not address the underlying cause of lower back pain or lifestyle factors that may be perpetuating the condition.

Patients who experience ongoing back pain despite seeing health professionals often have not received appropriate education to change lifestyle factors perpetuating their condition.

For further information speak with Tele Demetrious our physiotherapist at Mornington Medical Group. All physiotherapy bookings and enquiries can be made at reception on 5975 2633.
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258 Main Street
Mornington VIC 3931