Weeknights – Monday to Friday, 6pm – 6am
Weekends – Saturday 12pm midday – Monday 6am
Available 24 Hours on Public Holidays
OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND
Service AreaServicing the Illawarra Region
from Scarborough to Shell Cove
IS it AN EMERGENCY?See a full list of our services
or emergency contacts
WHY CHOOSE RADIO Doctor ILLAWARRA?
(providing you have a Medicare Card)
Scarborough to Shell Cove
Follow up reports
with your regular GP (where possible)
From 6pm weeknights and from Sat 12pm midday on weekends
Not for Profit
Member Based Co-op
Prevents unnecessary visits
to the Emergency Department
Radio Doctor Illawarra
RADIO DOCTOR SERVICES
- Our experienced, fully qualified medical practitioners can diagnose, treat you and provide a prescription if necessary for a range of illnesses which can not wait until your own Doctor re-opens.
- You or your loved one’s should not need to suffer over the course of a long night or weekend.
- Your own Doctor will receive a report the next day of our visit to you, so they stay fully informed about your treatment.
- We provide medical services to private or group homes, aged care facilities, student and holiday accommodation.
We are not an emergency service
Radio Doctor are not equipped to deal with medical emergencies. If you or a family member require urgent attention, please call 000 or go to the emergency department of your local hospital.
WE CANNOT PROVIDE S8 DRUGS
WE ARE UNABLE TO TREAT INJURIES
Radio Doctor Illawarra has announced it will cease its after hours, home visit medical services to residents and visitors of the Kiama Municipality on 1 October 2018. The service has operated in the Kiama Municipality since 2014 but the decision has been caused by a...read more
Read our Patient Information Brochure to find out all about Radio Doctor Illawarra - Not for Profit Cooperative for over 40 Years Click below for a PDF of our brochure, currently found in all member surgeries: Radio Doctor Illawarra Patient Information Brochure...read more
Watch WIN TV’s story on our service
Watch the video below from WIN TV to find out more about life on the road with the Radio Doctor
HOW LOW CAN YOU GO?
Being sick is no fun.