Welcome to Rutherglen High School Clinic

The Rutherglen High school Doctors clinic will continue even whilst you’re learning from home.

Dr Sally Smith is your High School Clinic Doctor. 

When can I visit the clinic?

 The High School Clinic is every second Tuesday morning. 

You can have a telehealth consult with Dr Smith from home, regardless of where you live. 

Check this out!

Dr Smith would like students to check out this great article on ways to take care of yourself during Coronavirus. 

10 ways to take care of yourself during Coronavirus

Face to Face Appointments

If you need to have a face to face appointment Dr Smith will be working from Rutherglen Medical Centre, you can book this appointment by calling the Rutherglen Medical Centre 02 60336600.

WHAT IS TELEHEALTH?

Telehealth is the name given to a health appointment that is held via a phone call or a video call.

Rutherglen High school Clinic is encouraging all people if possible, to have a video consultation. Video calls can be done on a Smart phone, a Computer or Laptop or a tablet, or any other device that has a camera or webcam plugged in.

If you have an upcoming appointment at the Rutherglen High Clinic this is to be via video call.

To start your telehealth appointment Click the above link 15 minutes before your appointment, enter your name, date of birth and address before your appointment. This will then take you to a virtual waiting room, where the doctor will start your consultation. 

Some appointments cannot be via telehealth, as your doctor may need to physically see you, such as an immunisation. If you would still like to see your doctor face to face, that is available too, just let the admin team know when you book your appointment.

Corowa and Rutherglen Medical Centre has procedures in place to ensure that people who visit the clinic in person stay safe, if you would like to find out about theses prior to your appointment give our friendly admin team a call.

Coronavirus