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Dr. Jo Lawrence

Special Interests

Women’s health, family planning, minor surgery, skin conditions, joint injections and diabetes

Biography

Dr. Jo Lawrence has 17 years of experience working as a GP in the UK. Qualifying at St Thomas’ Hospital in London, she then worked in Brighton and Sussex in the South East of England.

Jo enjoys all aspects of General Practice and the continuity of care that it provides.

She has a particular interest in women’s health including fitting Mirena and Implanon devices, family planning, minor surgery, skin conditions, joint injections and diabetes.

Dr Lawrence supervises GP Registrars in the practice, and also examines for the RACGP.

Jo’s interests are good food, wine, traveling and the odd triathlon.

Qualifications

MB BS (London), MRCGP (UK), DRCOG (UK), FRACGP

Quality assured

Our specialist GPs are registered with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. All of our doctors undertake continuing professional development.

Our doctors have varied areas of special interests and provide a wide range of services, in a friendly, relaxed environment.

Our phone number has changed!

Our phone number has now changed to 08 7485 4116. Please update your contact, as the old number will become inactive in the coming months.

Extra Medicare benefits with MyMedicare

Extra Medicare benefits are now available to eligible patients who have registered with the Australian Government’s MyMedicare. To register or learn more about how MyMedicare can benefit you, click here.

New patients

We are currently not able to accept new patients due to being at capacity. We hope to re-open new patient bookings in the very near future.

Please check back soon, or call us on 7485 4000 if you have any queries.

Fees update

As of 17th July  2023, our fees have increased slightly. There will be a small gap payment on all consults for those who are over the age of 16 and do not have a concession.
Bulk billing will also no longer be available on weekends.

Why is there a gap?

The Medicare rebate does not fully cover the cost of providing good quality care. The rebate has been kept at the same level for many years whilst costs have increased much more.
Therefore, from 1 January 2023, you will need to pay a gap fee for your consult. Please click here for more information.

Call 000 if you need urgent medical assistance.