Each of KRMC®’s 25 male and female GPs brings invaluable experience and a unique set of skills to the practice.
KRMC®’s Specialists have many years of medical practice behind them and offer a variety of services.
KRMC®’s Clinics aim to encourage patients to be proactive in looking after their health.
KRMC® welcomes WorkCover consultations and offers a wide range of medicals, vaccination programs and presentations.
KRMC®’s integrated services aim to provide patients with comprehensive, coordinated care.
KRMC now offers a circumcision service for males, from infancy through to adulthood. The procedure is carried out by Dr. Shyam Sharma, who has much experience in this type of surgery, in our fully-equipped treatment room. Pre- and post-surgery information and advice are provided and follow-up appointments are scheduled. For more information and to make an appointment for an initial consult, please call Reception on 8822 3000.
On Thursday 23rd June, Dr. Carol Moon and Dr. Deepa Neswar will give a free seminar on the above topic, focusing on:
The seminar will take place at 6.30pm at KRMC. To register for this event please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Reception on 8822 3000.
This week KRMC hosted six doctors from Hainan Province, China. The doctors, who are members of the ‘Sydney-Hainan General Practice Support Network’, visited KRMC® to learn about Australian general practice medical care. China has only recently started to develop a general practice structure and most Chinese patients are currently seen in the country’s vast hospital system. The Network, which developed from friendships between Australian and Chinese doctors, was launched in 2015 and continues to grow. The visit to KRMC® and other practices is a project of HealthServe Australia and the Hainan General Practitioners Association, as well as other groups including the Global Health Office of the University of Sydney and KRMC®. Funding support is provided by the Australia-China Council. A team of Australian doctors will be visiting Hainan in June for a workshop on the important topic of Women’s Health.