COVID-19 has changed the way we live. To help keep us safe, it is likely that our lives will be different for a while longer. Routines have been disrupted, jobs lost, economies crashed, and healthcare systems pushed to their absolute limits. In times like these, fear, worry, and anxiety are...Read More
Serving our community for over 50 years.
Mt Barker Medical Clinic was the first medical practice to be established in Mount Barker, South Australia and has provided services to the community for over 50 years. As a fully accredited general practice, our highly trained and passionate GPs and Allied Health professionals pride themselves on the quality care they provide, because our patient’s health and wellbeing are – and always have been our greatest priorities.
Conveniently situated at the heart of Mount Barker, our clinic is your one-stop location for quality and friendly healthcare.
15-19 Victoria Crescent
Mount Barker SA 5251
The flu is a highly contagious respiratory illness affecting the nose, throat, and sometimes the lungs caused by influenza viruses. Typically, the flu is most prevalent between April and October, but people can catch the flu at any time during the year. Annual flu vaccination and good hygiene are the...Read More
On 11th March 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic in an effort to encourage countries to take a whole-of-government, whole-of-society approach to prevent further spread, save lives, and minimise the impact of coronavirus.We understand our patients have a lot of questions about COVID-19, so we have prepared...Read More
The festive season tends to start earlier every year with lunches, dinners, travel, and get-togethers galore. It’s important to remain healthy during this time with some important tips:If travelling on a plane, train or bus, stay well by wiping down surfaces including armrests, tray table and latch, air vents, and...Read More
It’s important to be aware that without adequate protection, sunburn can happen in as little as 15 minutes of sun exposure, but the redness and discomfort may not be noticed for quite some time after. Further, every sunburn that you or your child gets can increase the risk of skin...Read More
Living in the Adelaide Hills, it’s inevitable that burn-offs will happen throughout spring before the fire-ban kicks in. This generally causes no problems, but for people with asthma who have airways that are more sensitive, it’s important to keep in mind that burn-offs (and bushfires) can be a cause of...Read More