Serving our community for over 15 years.

Find us

03 6210 0500
Level 2, 57 King Street
Sandy Bay TAS 7005
Monday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

Frequently Asked Questions

Sandy Bay Doctors is located at Level 2, 57 King Street in Sandy Bay, Tasmania. There is ample on-street parking available above the Woolworths carpark.

Sandy Bay Doctors is a private billing practice. Consultation fees are payable in full at the time of consultation.

The cost of a standard consultation at Sandy Bay Doctors is $85.00 and is exclusive of any materials fee charged for dressings, materials used in procedures, contraceptives, and certain vaccines. However, the doctor will charge according to the consult provided. A list of consultation fees is displayed in the reception and waiting areas.

A standard consultation time is 15 minutes.

A longer consultation time is 30 minutes. If you have numerous or complex medical issues or require a procedure, a longer consultation may be required.

Sandy Bay Doctors does not facilitate walk-in appointments unless a doctor deems that an urgent consultation is required. This is because most of our doctors are booked up in advance. To book an appointment online, please visit https://www.hotdoc.com.au/medical-centres/sandy-bay-TAS-7005/sandybay/doctors. Alternatively, please call us on 6210 0500.

At Sandy Bay Doctors, we use a secure automated SMS system to communicate with patients about results. Depending on the test that has been undertaken, a consultation may be required to receive results. It is the patient’s responsibility to follow up on their test results, and we actively encourage our patients to be proactive in their healthcare and book an appointment for results before leaving the clinic.

Unless encryption is used, email is not a secure platform for communicating sensitive information such as test results. Also, to protect your privacy, you should never email personal information such as your birth date, address, Medicare card number, etc. to our clinic.

Yes, in most circumstances you will need to see a doctor to have a script written. Doctors have a duty of care and need to determine if you should be prescribed a medication based on various factors, or if you should continue or cease taking a medication they may have prescribed for you previously.

Regardless of the nature of your visit, you need to book an appointment with a doctor to ensure that you receive the correct level of care. Depending on your individual circumstance, you may also need to see a nurse either before or after your appointment with a doctor. Our reception staff can answer any particular questions you may have about your appointment.

If your usual doctor is fully booked and you need to see a doctor today, please call us on 6210 0500, and we will, depending on the circumstances, try to book you in with your usual doctor, or if this is not possible, another doctor who has an appointment available.

Sandy Bay Doctors is open 8:30am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday. The earliest appointment time is 8:30am, and the last appointment is 4:45pm.

Yes, we have a large waiting room area where you can likely sit away from other people. Alternatively, please speak with our reception staff when you arrive, and they will arrange an area for you.

Yes, we have several doctors who have significant experience advising on skin cancer medicine. Please speak with your doctor.

Yes, we have several doctors with an interest in children’s health. Please speak with one of our reception team members.

Yes, we have a nurse working at Sandy Bay Doctors between Monday and Friday.

After Hours

If you require medical assistance outside of our opening hours, please call Rosny After Hours Doctors at 27 Bligh Street, Rosny Park on (03) 6244 1058. This is a walk-in service only and is available weekdays between 6:00pm and 9:00pm, and weekends and public holidays between 1:00pm and 9:00pm.

In a medical emergency, please call 000 and ask for an ambulance.