The Alstonville Clinic

Your medical home


Appointments and After Hours

(02) 66280505

Results (02) 6628 0950


(02) 6628 5627





8.30 am – 5.00pm Mon-Fri

9.00am – 11.00am Saturday

‘On call’ other hours

Express Clinic

8.30am – 9.15am at the Annexe

5.00pm – 5.45pm at the Clinic


61 Main St, Alstonville, NSW 2477 (Map)



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Our services


Illness and Injury

Our acute care service caters for any illness or injury requiring on-the-day care


Chronic Disease Management

Long term conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease and auto-immune disease



Immunisations, check ups, illness and behavioural issues in kids


Ante-natal and post-natal care for mothers and babies.


Travel Medicine

Immunisation and travel advice

Skin Cancer

Skin checks and surgery

Sports medicine

Sports, muscle, joint and bone injuries

Mental Health

Psychological services (anxiety and depression)


Workplace Injury

Workcover and work place injury

Urgent Care and After Hours Care

One of our doctors is always ‘on-call’ and available to patients of the clinic 24 hours a day for urgent medical attention or advice.

If you call the clinic outside of normal hours, a recorded message will contain the after hours number of the on-call doctor. Sometimes it can be helpful just to get advice from someone you know. If you or your family member need to be seen, the doctor may open up the clinic and consult with you there, or visit you at home.

In medical emergencies the ambulance should be called on 000 immediately, before also calling the on-call doctor.

If for some reason the on-call doctor cannot be reached and urgent care is required, the nearest accident and emergency centre is at Lismore Base Hospital or Ballina District Hospital.

The charge for after hours visit is available below.

Latest News

3 weeks ago

Alstonville Clinic

Have you booked your breast check? October is breast cancer awareness month. More than one in eight women in NSW will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, but almost half of women aged 50-74 are not having their recommended mammograms every two years. The BreastScreen mobile unit will be in Ballina from 21 November until mid January, it is located at the river end of Moon street, give BreastScreen NSW a call on 13 20 50 to book an appointment and encourage a friend to do so too. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Alstonville Clinic

On Tuesday 17th September, 2019, we will be changing over our phone system to the NBN. There may be a 5-10 minute window where some phone lines are not active during the changeover. If you call us between 12.30-1.30pm on that day and we don't answer, please try again in a few minutes.

If we are unable to answer and your call is due to a medical emergency, please call 000.

Thank you for your understanding. We are looking forward to our new phone system!
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3 months ago

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**** It's Book Week!!! ****

To celebrate Book Week, we'd like to hear about your favourite health related books - whether they be children's books, self-help, written by a Dr, fiction or non-fiction.

Here's a few suggested by our Drs and staff to kick things off:

Dr Dog - Babette Cole
The Happiness Trap - Russ Harris
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Arthur Conan Doyle
Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway - Susan Jeffers

Please share your own recommendations below!
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**** Its Book Week!!! ****
To celebrate Book Week, wed like to hear about your favourite health related books - whether they be childrens books, self-help, written by a Dr, fiction or non-fiction. 
Heres a few suggested by our Drs and staff to kick things off:
Dr Dog - Babette Cole 
The Happiness Trap - Russ Harris
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Arthur Conan Doyle 
Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway - Susan Jeffers
Please share your own recommendations below!

Comment on Facebook

The I am feeling books, all about different emotions. Great kids books.

Dr dog would have to be the best book , my kids loved that book 😀

The Important Things by Peter Carnavas (beautiful picture book about dealing with grief). ( Shona Innes’ series of Big Hug books dealing with emotions and feelings. (

Any book by Russ Harris is good especially ‘Stand Up Strummer’. It’s very funny!

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Making an appointment

For urgent or acute appointments, where you have an illness, injury or condition that needs to be seen today, ring 02 6628 0505 (24 hours)

To make a routine appointment, you can book online or call 02 6628 0505. Only a small number of appointments are held for online bookings, so if you can not find an appointment with the doctor of your choice at the time of your choice, please call!

Alstonville Clinic

Alstonville Clinic,

61 Main St


02 66280505

The Annexe

Our Alstonville Clinic Team

Your Medical Home

The Alstonville Clinic is accountable for the care of you and your family for all your health needs

Accessibile Care

All our patients with acute care needs can be seen by seen by one of our doctors each day.

Routine appointments can also be scheduled with any of our doctors at any time in the future. Patients with long term and more complex conditions are managed proactively through our ‘Annexe’ chronic conditions stream.

For exisiting patients of our clinic, our ‘on call’ doctor is available 24 hours for urgent phone advice or consultation.

Person Centred Care

Our clinic focuses on the health needs of our patients. We understand that people and their families benefit from support to improve their ability to manage their own health wherever possible. We adopt a shared decision making approach.

We have a Patient Advisory Group to inform us about areas where we can improve.

Comprehensive Care

Our team includes general practitioners with a comprehensive set of skills, registered nurses, chronic condition managers, and allied health..

The clinic has served the Alstonville Community for more than fifty years, and many of our doctors have been here for more than twenty years.

Coordinated Care

We aim to ensure that all our patients can access the care team they need to best manage their health. The Clinic has strong partnerships with local specialists, physiotherapists, psychologists, exercise physiologist, podiatrists and other health providers.

Our doctors are Visiting Medical Officers at the Lismore Base Hospital and St Vincents Hospital.

For patients with more complex needs, our ‘care manager’ at the Annexe assists in coordinating their care.

Quality and Safety

Our clinic is committed to continuous quality improvement, and is nationally recognised as a leading practice.

Our Patient Safety program acknowledges that their is always capacity to improve our care, and we endeavour to make our systems as safe as possible.

All our doctors participate in Professional Development Programs and are Fellows or Members or Registrars of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Our Fees

Fees are calculated using a standard ‘gap’ above the medicare rebate. The charge will be more for more procedures and longer appointments, but the out of pocket gap will be the same. For patients who have registered their banking details with medicare, we can arrange for the medicare rebate to be automatically transferred back into your account, usually overnight.

Some consultations, including specific care planning appointments at the Annexe, and children aged 5 years and under, are charged directly to medicare, and incur no gap.

If you are unsure, or have difficulties in meeting your bill, you should ask the receptionist or the doctor.

General Practice Australia

The Alstonville Clinic has the highest level accreditation with General Practice Australia


The Alstonville Clinic participates in the North Coast Primary Health Network medical home program.


The Alstonville Clinic was a founding participant in the Australian Primary Care Collaboratives


Partner practice of The Australian Centre for the Medical Home