Warning – please do not book an online appointment if you have travelled to any of the following places in the last 14 days and have cold or flu like symptoms or fever- Hong Kong, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.
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Jupiter Health Lakelands is a part of one of Western Australia’s leading GP groups. We are dedicated to providing our patients with affordable, comprehensive and convenient healthcare. Our team of caring and experienced practitioners work together to help our patients with a range of services, including:
As a mixed billing practice, we charge both private fees and bulk bill patients who hold a valid Medicare card for all Medicare eligible procedures. This means low-of-pocket costs for most general consultations.
Located in Lakelands, we are ideal for residents of Lakelands and the surrounding areas, including Madora Bay, Singleton, Stake Hill, Parklands and San Remo. There are public transport services nearby and there is onsite parking available for those who prefer to drive.
With our convenient online booking system, booking an appointment is easy and can be done at any time. Simply select an appointment time from the options displayed to get started now.
As of 1st September 2021, PRIVATE FEES shall apply to all WEEKEND and PUBLIC HOLIDAY appointments for patients over the age of 16 years and non-concession or pension card holders.
All accounts will be payable on the day.
Reception will be able to submit your claim to Medicare on your behalf after payment of your account, provided you bring your CURRENT Medicare Card and Debit Card
Jupiter Health Lakelands in Lakelands is a flu vaccination provider. For more information on flu vaccinations, see ourflu vaccine
Unfortunately, no flu vaccination appointments are currently available to be booked online, please check back at a later date.
This pricing is indicative only. Actual fees may vary based on the treatment received during the appointment, and if you have preferred provider private health insurance.