Please note that all consultations booked online are Telehealth only. If you require in-clinic care, please contact the practice by phone where we will guide you through the steps to ensure we can meet your needs.
General enquiries only, no medical information or bookings accepted
Protect yourself from flu throughout winter and at the peak of flu season. Call your clinic to book your flu vaccination.
CURRENT VACCINATION STOCK UPDATE (05/06/20)
Patients over 65 or with chronic health conditions are eligible for government supplied vaccinations.
Adults & Children: Limited Stock
Anyone with a Chronic Health Condition (and under 65 Years): Limited Stock
Seniors Over 65 Years: Limited Stock
Keep an eye out for this and other important health updates via email. Updates are also posted on our clinic Facebook page.
DELIVERING YOU QUALITY HEALTHCARE THROUGHOUT COVID-19 AND BEYOND
While some of our processes have changed, health experts at Eastbrooke continue to provide quality healthcare for patients. Social distancing is working in Australia and as a result, the government has started to announce the re-introduction of some elective surgery and is expected to continue to ease other regulations over the coming weeks.
Important information you need to know:
2 WAYS TO CONSULT WITH YOUR DOCTOR – TELEHEALTH or IN-CLINIC
We’ve made it easier than ever to consult with your doctor throughout the pandemic period. Telehealth is a convenient way to consult with your doctor if you are unable to visit the clinic. We also understand that most patients prefer to visit the clinic and specific consultations do require a face to face consultation. For the time being in-clinic consultations must be made by phoning the clinic and Telehealth consultations can be booked online.
CALL RECEPTION ON (02) 9664 1333
For more information on COVID-19, including testing, visit www.health.gov.au or call the National Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 020 080
If you require URGENT medical attention, call 000 or go to your nearest Emergency Department.
The Eastbrooke Family Practice Randwick is a modern medical centre that provides a range of comprehensive medical services to the local community and surrounding Eastern suburbs of Sydney. Our clinic is conveniently open 5 days a week and provides a professional team of both male and female doctors.
The centre is also equipped to deal with work-based injuries and return to work programs and offers vaccinations and Travel Medicine.
Appointments are preferred at Eastbrooke Family Practice Randwick. To make your doctor appointment simply call the clinic directly on (02) 9664 1333 to speak to one of our friendly receptionists or alternatively, current patients of the centre can BOOK ONLINE.
After Hours Emergency
If you require after-hours medical attention please call our nominated after-hours number 02 8724 6300. If you require URGENT medical attention please call 000 or present to the Emergency Department.
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Dr Liz Ayliff trained as a GP in the UK and moved to Sydney in 2015 and has been working in General Practice for 4 years. She is a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and is a registered participant in the Antenatal Shared Care Program.
She enjoys all aspects of General Practice with a particular interest in Women’s Health, Paediatrics, Diabetes, Elderly and Chronic Disease Management.Speciality General Practitioner Credentials MBChB, FRACGP Languages English Special Interests Women's Health, Paediatrics, Diabetes, Elderly and Chronic Disease Management.
(*existing patients only)
Dr Alan Leung graduated from the University of Sydney in 1988. He has worked as a GP throughout New South Wales and Queensland with a demonstrated history of working in private practice & health care industry. He is skilled in Clinical Care, Customer Service, Medical Education, Medicine, and Family Medicine.Speciality General Practitioner Credentials MBBS, FRACGP Languages English, Cantonese Special Interests Travel Medicine, Communicable Diseases, Men’s Health, Pediatrics