Osborne Park GP, Dental and Urgent Care is now open
Located at 435 Scarborough Beach Road.
To view the range of employment opportunities, please visit our Careers page.
- General Practice (appointment based)
- Urgent Care
- Skin cancer & minor surgery
As of 1st November 2023, St John Osborne Park will become a fully private billing practice.
For more information please refer to the Patient Information Guide or speak to reception.
As of 1st December 2023, the out-of-pocket fees will increase for Urgent Care consultations on weekends and public holidays. Click here for more information.
Where should I go if I have an urgent medical issue?
If you have a major emergency, always go to the emergency department or call Triple Zero (000).
If you have a minor illness or injury that needs urgent medical care, St John Urgent Care can help.
For a routine doctor’s appointment, book in to see your GP.
St John Urgent Care
Urgent Care offers high-quality, medical treatment for walk-in patients with non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses.
Our team of highly-skilled doctors and nurses treat a range of urgent medical needs. We’re open 7 days a week until late, so we are here when you need us.
If you’re unable to come to St John General Practice or simply prefer telephone appointments, you can use our Telehealth service to have a GP consultation by phone or video from home. Call our friendly reception to make an appointment.
Home visits may also be available with some of our GPs. Please discuss your requirements with reception.
WA Deputising Medical Service (WADMS)
St John General Practice can arrange home visits outside our normal opening hours under an agreement with the WA Deputising Medical Service (WADMS).
Home visits can be arranged during opening hours under certain circumstances. These require approval from your regular GP before WADMS will attend. Private fees will apply.
Contact WADMS directly on 9321 9133 to arrange an appointment.
Walk-in patients will be triaged on arrival and offered the next available appointment. If the matter is urgent, they will be referred to a St John Urgent Care Doctor or redirected to ED for life-threatening conditions.