In South Australia there will be an increased risk of COVID-19 infections after the borders open on Tuesday the 23rd of November.
Stirling Central Health Clinic is implementing a range of strategies to ensure the safety of our patients, their families, and our staff.
- All appointments will go through a screening process
- We will be encouraging Telehealth appointments where possible
- If you have a fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, fatigue, shortness of breath, headaches, change in smell or taste, you will be asked to have a COVID test as soon as possible and self-isolate until you have the result. This still applies if you are vaccinated.
- If you have an in-clinic appointment, you will be asked to show proof of your vaccination status
- Appointments will be limited to 15 minutes
- You will be asked to wait outside or in your car and we will call you when the doctor is ready to see you
It is essential to wear a mask correctly before entering our Clinic. Doctors and nurses that you see will be wearing Personal Protective Equipment – N95 masks, face shields and gowns.
We will continue to run COVID vaccination clinics. Booster doses are recommended six months following your second vaccine dose. It is very important to have your booster when eligible as immunity lessens when it is more than six months after your second dose.
We are scheduling specific childhood immunisation clinics. Check with our Receptionists for further information.
We will be monitoring all processes at our Clinic and updating accordingly so please either call Reception, check our website or Facebook page for any changes.
Please be patient with our staff and doctors. We are trying to ensure that our clinic is COVID-19 safe
For the latest COVID19 Health Information from SA Health, click here.
The SA Government Coronavirus Health Information Line is 1800 020 080.