Mornington Medical Group

  2022 Flu Vaccines now available

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. The experienced general practitioners provide a quality team approach to your health care needs. The doctors 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.

Mornington Medical Group is a private billing clinic. New patients are welcome.

Opening Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday8.30am – 5.30pm
Wednesday8.30am – 8.00pm
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.

Learn More

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

Learn More

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.

Learn More

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

Learn More

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

Learn More

Our doctors are qualified to conduct skin and mole checks.

Learn More

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.

Learn More

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

Learn More

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. 

Learn More

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.

Learn More

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.

Learn More


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

Our Facebook Feed 

Follow us on Facebook for new updates.

Facebook Posts

Mornington Medical Group would like to advise our patients that Dr Nicole Blanks last day is Thursday 4th August 2022. We would like to extend our appreciation for her time here at MMG, and wish her all the very best. You will be missed! ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
What is World Hepatitis Day?World Hepatitis Day (WHD) takes places every year on 28 July bringing the world together under a single theme to raise awareness of the global burden of viral hepatitis and to influence real change. In 2022 the theme is ‘Hepatitis Can’t Wait’.On World Hepatitis Day, 28 July, we call on people from across the world to take action and raise awareness of hepatitis because Hepatitis Can’t Wait.With a person dying every 30 seconds from a hepatitis related illness – even in the current COVID-19 crisis – we can’t wait to act on viral hepatitis.-People living with viral hepatitis unaware can’t wait for testing-People living with hepatitis can’t wait for life saving treatments-Expectant mothers can’t wait for hepatitis screening and treatment-Newborn babies can’t wait for birth dose vaccination-People affected by hepatitis can’t wait to end stigma and discrimination-Community organisations can’t wait for greater investment-Decision makers can’t wait and must act now to make hepatitis elimination a reality through political will and funding.Reference - #generalpractice #familygp #worldhepatitasday ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
National Diabetes Week runs from 10 – 16 July, 2022In year three of the ‘Heads Up on Diabetes’ campaign we’ll be focusing on challenging diabetes related stigma.Research conducted by the Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes (ACBRD), found that four out of five people living with diabetes have experienced stigma at some point. People living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes both reported feeling this way.It can lead to people not sharing their diagnosis with others, getting the help and support they need, being interested to learn more about their diabetes or doing what they need to do each day to manage their diabetes and stay well.This National Diabetes Week, let’s have a conversation about the real impact diabetes stigma can have on a person’s mental and emotional wellbeing.There are many reasons someone might feel stigma. It can be because they feel misunderstood, judged, blamed or even made to feel guilty about their diabetes. Mentally this can be a lot to deal with, and can impact how someone manages their diabetes. This can have a flow on effect to their physical and emotional health.The National Diabetes Week campaignTo help raise awareness of diabetes related stigma we will be working to change the conversation and challenge common beliefs people may hold about diabetes.Check back soon for more information and campaign resources.Talk to usWhile we appreciate your help in getting the word out to the community, we want you to remember that you are not alone. We are here to help. If this campaign has raised any issues for you or you just feel like you need some extra support call us on 1800 177 055.Reference - #generalpractice #familygp #diabetesawareness ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

Clinic News

Newsletter Subscription

Sign up for our regular newsletters

Download The Clinic App
Follow us on social media for updates and special announcements

258 Main Street
Mornington VIC 3931