Our medical centre is currently operating to reduced staffing levels and we are fielding a high volume of enquiries due to the current COVID-19 situation. Please treat our staff and health care professionals with respect during this difficult time, and check our website for our hours of operation, as they may have changed.
Our medical centre does not perform COVID-19 testing. If you have tested positive for COVID-19 and are seeking medical advice, please book a telehealth appointment online. You may receive a call for your appointment from a private number.
If you are seeking advice regarding self-isolation rules, public health orders and COVID-19 testing, please go to www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au
Receive value-based priority care for non-life-threatening conditions, without the need to visit an emergency department.
The Priority Primary Care Centre (PPCC) at Craigieburn Medical and Dental Centre supports the Northern Health Emergency Department and is one of ForHealth’s 6 PPCC’s across Victoria.
The PPCC provides free, immediate, treatment and care for patients with or are experiencing non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses. The PPCC is supported by highly skilled independent doctors and nurses, utilising excellent treatment and procedure room facilities.
The PPCC is open 7 days a week, from 7am to 10pm.
You can book online, call or walk-in appointments are also available. Please note ancillary services including radiology may not be open our full operating times, for specific details please refer below.Get directions Book PPCC
Some common illnesses or injuries that you can receive priority care for include:
Call Triple Zero (000) or visit your nearest emergency department if you or someone is experiencing the following:
To make an appointment with the PPCC please book online here, or call 03 8384 0940. Walk In Appointments also available.
If you test positive for COVID-19, it is likely your symptoms will be mild and you can recover safely at home. Visit the healthdirect website for information on managing COVID-19 at home and what to do if your symptoms worsen.
1. Recover Safely at Home – with mild to moderate symptoms care advice can be obtained through the National Coronavirus Helpline 1800 020 080 or by visiting the Healthdirect website COVID-19 | healthdirect
2. Contact your usual GP clinic if you need to see someone, your usual doctor can help – either via a telehealth or face-to-face appointment.
It is important to remember to inform the clinic you have flu-like symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19, wear a mask, and follow your practice’s instructions if you are seeing your doctor face-to-face.
3. If Unable to get an Appointment call nurse on call NURSE-ON-CALL 1300 606 024
If you are attending a face-to-face appointment at our PPCC, and have respiratory symptoms, you should inform the clinic, wear a mask and follow the clinic’s protocols. For example, they may be asked to wait in a car or an isolation room.
Testing options and where to access COVID-19 antiviral medications can be found on the Victorian Government website Protect yourself and others | Coronavirus Victoria