From July 1st 2024 our Consultation Fees will be increasing

‍Due to the increased cost of a running a quality medical practice, we have found it necessary to increase our fees.  We will be introducing new time-tiered consultation fees. Healthcare has seen significant price increases on many expenses, and our costs have risen substantially.

This change is required so that Bellerive Health Hub can continue to provide you and your family with high quality healthcare whilst also covering the ever-increasing costs of running a Practice.

Beyond standard consultations your doctor will explain any additional costs to you and obtain your consent prior to any treatment received.

‍Thank you for your continued support

Bellerive Health Hub

Bellerive  Health Hub will be closed on Monday 10th June 2024 for the  King's Birthday Holiday.
Normal hours will resume  on Tuesday 11th June 2024

6th May - 12th may is Heart Week. It provides an opportunity for the Australian public and health professionals to start a conversation about heart health and take positive steps to reduce their heart disease risk.

Do you know your blood pressure?

High blood pressure is a leading risk factor for heart disease.

The only way to find out if you have high blood pressure is to have it checked regularly, even if you’re feeling well and healthy. Everyone aged 18 and over should have their blood pressure measured at least once every two years.

Blood pressure can be measured at home using a validated machine, at a pharmacy via a SiSu Health Station , or by a doctor or nurse during your next doctor’s appointment.

Time for a Heart Health Check?

A Heart Health Check is a 30-minute check-up with your GP and Nurse to assess your risk of having a heart attack or stroke in the next five years.

As part of the check, your doctor will ask you about your lifestyle, medical and family health history. They will also check your blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar levels and do an electrocardiogram.

Your GP will use this information to estimate your risk of a heart attack or stroke. More importantly, they will discuss the steps you can take to lower your risk.

If you are 30 and over, you can have a Heart Health Check with your GP that is subsidised by Medicare once per year. 

Please telephone our Practice on 6122 0150 and make an appointment with our Chronic Disease Nurse Laura to start your Heart Health Check.

Click here for more information.

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It's that time of year again - the 2024 flu season is upon us.

The influenza virus continues to cause significant illness and it's important to take steps to protect yourself and those around you. One of the most effective ways to do this is by getting vaccinated against the flu.

The 2024 influenza vaccine is now available. To book your appointment please phone our friendly reception staff on 61220150

Bellerive Health wishes you all a safe and happy Easter.

Easter Opening Hours:

Good Friday 29th March:                Closed
Easter Monday 1st April:                Closed

Back to normal hours on the 2nd April


Restorative Yoga classes provides a space for the body to let go of deep holding patterns that cause muscle and joint pain as well as physical and mental tension. Postures are aided with the support of blankets, blocks and bolsters and is made up of a series of passive floor poses. This enables both the body and mind to come into a state of deep relaxation and centeredness.

While beneficial for all it is particularly helpful in recoveries from injury, illness, surgery, headaches, insomnia, respiratory and digestive disorders, menopause, and emotional issues such as anxiety and depression.

It is a slow-paced practice that works to release deep tension passively, without active stretch. It is a powerful practice and can help a student to restore the body back to its natural flexibility and mobility. Restorative Yoga can be highly beneficial to speed up the healing process of the body after injury or prolonged inactivity. By gently moving the body, and supporting it comfortably in various asanas, Restorative Yoga helps to increase blood circulation, detoxification and prevent the formation of excessive scar tissue.

More information and Timetable


What is MyMedicare?

MyMedicare is a new voluntary patient registration model that will provide some extra Medicare benefits to all patients who have a Medicare Card or Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) Veteran card. You will only receive these additional benefits by registering your preferred clinic with Medicare.

Patients who have had two face-to-face consults with GPs in the clinic in the past 24 months can register for MyMedicare.

Does it cost anything to register?

No, registration is free and optional.

How will it benefit me?

The goal of MyMedicare is to strengthen the relationship you have with your preferred doctor and medical centre. Attending the same clinic and seeing the same GPs for your medical appointments will allow your chosen doctor to provide you with better ongoing care. If you want to choose our medical centre as your 'home clinic', you will need to register with MyMedicare, select our medical centre and choose your preferred GP.

Can I register with more than one clinic?

No, the goal of MyMedicare is to help strengthen the relationship you have with your preferred medical centre and doctor.

Need more Information:

More information is available here:

How to Register

You can register for MyMedicare online here - need this link or  you can fill out a registration form at the practice and sign the form to provide consent.

 The practice will then enter your registration details into the MyMedicare system to complete the registration.


Shingles Immunisation

From November 1 2023 more people are eligible to access a new free shingles vaccination through the National Immunisation Program.


Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is a viral infection characterized by a painful skin rash that typically appears as a band or strip on one side of the body. It is caused by the reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus, the same virus that causes chickenpox. After a person has had chickenpox, the virus can remain dormant in the nerve cells for years and then reactivate, leading to the development of shingles. The reactivation is most common during times when the patient’s immune system is less effective for example with age, immune suppression, chronic disease or other infections.

The main symptoms include a burning or tingling sensation followed by the eruption of a painful rash with fluid-filled blisters. While the rash usually clears up within a few weeks, the pain can persist for many months in some cases.

Adults aged 65 years and over, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50 years and over, and immunocompromised adults aged 18 years and over with certain medical conditions are eligible for a free shingles vaccination from November 1.

For more information:

Shingles Vaccine -

Level 3, 31-33 Cambridge Rd, Bellerive TAS 7018
Ph: 03 6122 0150   Fax: 03 6122 0169
Level 1, 31-33 Cambridge Road
Bellerive  TAS  7018
Ph: 03 6122 0150
Fax: 03 6122 0169
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Excluding Public Holidays
For care outside of our practices normal opening hours, please call Hello Home Doctor Service on 134100 
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