Each General Practitioner has a special interest as well as providing
general primary healthcare.
Dr Ivan Wilden-Constantin
MBBS (Syd) FACRRM MLS(UNSW)
Conjoint Lecturer (UNSW)
Specialist GP and Women's Health
Dr Aleksandar Misev
MChD (ANU) BSc (Melb)
Dr Jenna Iwasenko
BSc (Hons) (UNSW), PhD (UNSW), MBBS (USyd)
Dr Neena Gottipati
MBBS, SCHP (Paediatrics)
Dr Sarika Rane
MBBS, DGO. DRANZCOG
Dr John Lee
Dr Peter Moloney
Dr Swati Mahajan
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Dr Gary Yee
Dr Matthew Taylor
Dr Jill Richardson
Dr Ganesh Ramanathan
Dr Nedal Katib
Argyle Medical Centre has a flexible appointment system to assist clients with urgent medical matters who have not arranged a prior appointment. Patients who arrive without an appointment will be assisted as soon as possible. It is the policy of the Centre to "never say no" to a patient in distress who needs urgent attention.
Clients needing a longer consultation (more than 20 minutes) should let the receptionist know when making the appointment time.
Argyle Medical Centre is a mixed billing practice. Bulk billing is at the discretion of the doctor.
The full schedule of fees is displayed at the reception desk and we appreciate payment at time of consultation, as we do not issue accounts. We accept cash, major credit cards and EFTPOS.
In most cases we can electronically process your claim or you will be given an itemised receipt to claim from Medicare.
Overseas visitors, work injury patients, CTP claims will be charged a practice fee on the day of your consultation. If you have any difficulty in paying our fees, please discuss this with us.
If a patient has a complaint about their visit to our Centre then they can complete a Patient Feedback Form (available from Reception) or if they do not wish to complete this form then they can speak with the Practice Manager about their complaint. Any complaint made will be fully investigated and will be handled in the strictest confidence. You will also be contacted and updated on the outcome of your complaint.
AFTER HOURS ATTENTION
After hours please call the Goulbum Base Hospital on 4827 3111.
If ambulance assistance is needed please phone 000.
Doctors are available most times
to take calls.
If the Doctor is busy with a client, the receptionist will take a message and refer to the Doctor as soon as possible.
It is a Practice policy that no consultation will be conducted via email as we cannot guarantee confidentiality.
If you need to speak with doctor please call the practice and schedule an appointment.
The Centre has a "reminder system" regarding results or follow-up appointments for pathology, pap smear, immunisation, health care plans, and other procedures.
We ask that patients attend for a follow-up consultation to discuss pathology, imaging and other test results, in order to ensure that each and every result is followed up appropriately.