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Let's keep you and our staff safe.............

Even though other places have eased restrictions, as a medical practice, we will maintain strict hygiene measures as we have always done. Face coverings ARE required for all.


Support people are not be allowed into the clinic, ( except if a client is a child or has a disability), though they can wait outside. ​​


  • If you have any active respiratory symptoms you must not attend the clinic (even if you have had a negative covid swab). If you have not had a COVID swab we strongly recommend that you do so asap.


  • Telehealth is a convenient, efficient way of accessing our services. You can book Telehealth for some consultations or book through Telehealth appointments will be video calls through HotDoc where possible. Telehealth is not suitable for some types of appointments (ie if you have symptoms and  we need to physically examine you). If you're not sure, call the clinic on 02 9411 3411.

Covid 19 BioSafety Policy

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Keeping you as safe as possible when you visit Clinic 66

We take the health, safety and security of our patients, staff and facilities very seriously, and have increased our infection security measures in view of the Covid19 Coronavirus crisis to keep people who attend the clinic as safe as possible including: 


  • 100% of our staff have been double vaccinated.

  • We use Rapid Antigen Tests for point of care testing

  • Clinic 66 is accredited for infection control to National Standards for Safety and Quality in Health care. 

  • We're keeping waiting room numbers to a minimum and only patients of the clinic are allowed into the clinic. (For children and anyone with a disability a support person is allowed inside)

  • We provide hand sanitiser onsite and encourage its use

  • All our staff are healthy, informed and in positive spirits. We do not allow staff who are unwell to come to work. 

  • We are providing telehealth video consultations to patients who have viral symptoms or who prefer not to attend the clinic in person.

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Last updated on  23/9/2022

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