At Harbourtown Day/Night Surgery we have a great team of caring and skilled doctors, nurses, and staff who are dedicated to giving you the best care possible. We know that keeping you healthy is really important, so we use the latest medical technology and treatments and also take a whole-body approach to your care.
Please note, our practice policy is that we do not prescribe painkillers, drugs of dependence or S8 medications to new patients, on your first appointment, over the phone, without your medical history, without a proper assessment or over the long term.
Welcome to our clinic, where we pride ourselves on providing exceptional healthcare services that you can trust.
It is important to prioritise your health during these times and take extra precautions to ensure the safety of yourself and those around you. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
Shortness of breath
DO NOT COME INTO THE PRACTICE.
If you are an existing patient of the service and have any flu like symptoms, please book a TELEPHONE CONSULT with a GP.
Dr Ibrahim is a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and has 20 years of experience and knowledge encompassing general practice, accident/emergency care. He has a special interest in skin cancer therapy. He is fluent in English and Arabic.
What does it mean to be a GPA accredited practice?
Practice accreditation is independent recognition that a practice meets the requirements of governing industry standards. Accreditation reassures practice owners, practice managers, staff, consumers and patients that a practice is meeting minimum safety and quality standards as outline by RACGP.
Harbourtown Day/Night Surgery is dedicated to delivering high quality patient care and safety by also ensuring quality improvement.
The GPA Accreditation plus program (GPA) is operated by Quality Practice Accreditation Pty Ltd (QPA). GPA was introduced in 1999 in order to provide general practices in Australia with a choice of accreditation provider. Quality Practice Accreditation exists to improve the healthcare of people, their families and communities by providing health care organisations with greater support, flexibility, choice and value in a innovative and comprehensive, continuing quality assurance, audit and risk management framework.