Welcome to Robina Town Medical Centre

Robina Town Medical Centre provides quality medical care to residents of the Central Gold Coast. With 2 practices located in Robina, we serve the communities of Varsity Lakes, Mudgeeraba, Reedy Creek, Burleigh Waters, Bonogin, Worongary, Merrimac, Clear Island Waters and Robina Town Centre.

Why choose Easy T and Robina Town Medical Centres to look after your health and wellness needs?

Convenient. 2 handy locations. Switch between our practices at Easy T Centre or Robina Town Centre. Your medical records are on our centralised database.

Time-Saving. No need to wait to phone us during opening hours to make a doctor’s appointment. Use our online booking service at a time that suits you.

Caring, Professional Doctors. We have range of experienced male and female doctors at each practice. Our team includes long-serving GP’s with strong academic ties to local universities as well as several younger doctors who bring their enthusiasm and new ideas to the practice.

Friendly, Qualified Nursing Team. Our 6 registered nurses are a wonderful support to our Doctors, including a dedicated Allergy Nurse and 2 nurses dedicated to Chronic Disease Management.

Pathology On-Site. You don’t have to drive to another location for your blood test. Visit the Sullivan Nicolaides Collection Centre in either practice.

Pharmacy Nearby. It’s just a short walk from either practice to fill your prescriptions.

Allied Health. Psychologist, Podiatrist, Dietician and Diabetes Educator available on-site to help simplify chronic disease management and acute care for our patients.

Doctor Timetables. See what days and times your preferred doctor is available and compare with your schedule to make an appointment at a time that suits you.

Experienced Reception Team. Our efficient administration team led by Practice Managers Rachel (Robina Town) and Cindy (Easy T), will greet you with a smile and take care of your needs.

We promote health, well-being and disease prevention, with a high level of quality, comprehensive care. Book your next appointment today!

Training Practices

Both of our practice locations – Robina Town and Easy T – are fully-qualified, Level 1 Training Practices with General Practice Training QLD.

Our GP Registrars are fully-qualified Doctors with at least 3 years of hospital experience behind them before starting as a GP Registrar with us. The Registrar period is for 2 full-time years, culminating in the attainment of membership to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) after passing their Fellowship exams.

Many Registrars stay on with us after their exams, but some move on to follow other interests and are replaced by new Registrars. Continuity of care can be safely assured.

Registrars are well supported at Robina Town Medical Centre, with many of our experienced Doctors being fully qualified GP Supervisors. Professor Chris Del Mar and Professor Jane Smith from Bond University Medical School, work part-time as GPs and help run training activities for our Registrars and other Doctors.  Our team of doctors regularly participate in professional development and training activities.

Accreditation

The Robina Town Medical Centre group consists of two fully-accredited medical centres in Robina. One located in the Robina Town Shopping Centre and the other at the Easy T Shopping Centre. Accreditation is a process of ensuring our Practice is following the standards laid down by the RACGP and is a sign of our commitment to Quality Patient Care. We are passionate about delivering high quality health care and our goal is to be a leader in the health industry by offering a wide range of medical services to the local community.  Additionally, RTMC participates in the Australian Primary Care Collaborative and other programs which allows Practices around Australia to share ideas and to strive for continued improvements.

Our Philosophy

We incorporate the values of a traditional general practice with a team-based care approach to health and wellness. RTMC is committed to providing health services aimed at preventing chronic illness and disease through education, training and lifestyle modification programs.

PATIENT RESOURCES

A wide range of health topics are available on our patient resources page including websites and downloadable pdf info sheets
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RTMC acknowledges the traditional custodians of the Gold Coast and surrounding areas and we have participated in the “Close the Gap” initiative which assists in providing appropriate health care for persons of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island origin.
    • 18 MAY 15
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    Food Allergy Awareness Week 2015 – Be Allergy Aware

    Food Allergy Awareness Week 2015 – Be Allergy Aware

    Food Allergy Week runs from 17-23 May 2015 with the purpose of raising awareness of food allergies and how they affect the people around you. According to Allergy and Anaphylaxis Australia, one in 10 babies born in Australia today will develop a food allergy.

    An allergic reaction to food happens when the body mistakes a food protein for a harmful substance, causing the immune system to go into overdrive. Reactions can range from mild to a severe life-threatening situation. Severe reactions are referred to as anaphylaxis and require immediate medical attention.

    Symptoms of a food allergy can include:

    • swelling of the tongue, lips, eyes and face
    • abdominal pain and swelling
    • vomiting
    • breathing difficulty
    • hives or skin rash
    • dizziness or feeling faint

    Symptoms will usually be apparent within two hours, and often they will appear within minutes.  Some of the more common food allergens are known as the ‘Big 8’ allergenic foods. These are milk, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy and wheat.

    Desensitisation or allergen immunotherapy is a treatment method that can be used to reduce severity of allergies. However at this stage it is not widely used for food allergies. Therefore the only course of action is avoidance.

    The risks of having a food allergy can be managed though. One of the first steps is to book in for an allergy test. This can help to determine any suspected allergies and  appropriate medication can be prescribed to treat reactions.

    We have a registered nurse dedicated to conducting all allergy testing within our clinics. We use the Skin Prick testing method and this can be followed up with blood tests and an assessment of medical history. A medicare rebate applies. A doctor’s appointment is required immediately after the test to check for any allergic reactions and children …

    • 17 MAR 15
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    Get your 2015 Flu Vaccine

    Get your 2015 Flu Vaccine

    This year’s flu vaccine is available from 20th April. Getting vaccinated is the most effective way to minimise the risk of contracting influenza. Immunity decreases over time and it is recommended to have a vaccination yearly to maintain protection.  This year there are two types of flu vaccine, the normal vaccine with 3 strains and the new vaccine with 4 strains.  Patients over 65 and with chronic illness such as asthma, diabetes and heart disease qualify for a free vaccine as usual. The cost of the vaccine for other patients is $15, or you can pay $25 for the new four-strain vaccine.

    Further information available in this Influenza Information Brochure

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