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provides general medical services for the Strathearn area from Amulree
in the north to Braco in the south, and Methven in the east to Comrie
in the west.
The map shows
the practice area. In rural areas practice boundaries are difficult
to define and there is considerable overlap with neighbouring practices.
We are unable to register patients unless they reside within our practice boundary. If you are in any doubt please ask the receptionist.
This is a 30-bed hospital
that opened in 1995. There is an 18-bed ward accessed by the general practitioners
for the acute care of their own patients. The hospital has a physiotherapy, x-ray,
occupational therapy department and a day care area. The minor injuries unit is
located immediately to the left upon entering the hospital. Those patients who
have suffered accidents or injuries should attend here at all times.