Here at the Beach Street Family Practice we have been looking after the local community for over 30 years. We strive to provide comprehensive healthcare, with compassion, friendliness and professionalism.
A major focus of the practice has been the teaching of young GP’s in training and medical students. Come in to the practice and meet our friendly staff. They can help you with all your healthcare needs.
The Practice was founded by Dr John Kramer on 4th May 1981. He commenced solo General Practice at 41 Beach Street after completion of training with the Family Medicine Program of the RACGP.
Subsequently several other doctors joined the Practice, staying for varying periods of time. Dr Judy Haines came as a part-time Assistant in 1986, and remains a vital part of the Practice into the 21st Century.
A major focus of the Practice, apart from service provision to the people of Woolgoolga and District, has been the teaching of young GP’s in training, and Medical Students. Regular patients will be aware of this through contact with both groups during their routine visits.
This aspect enables these doctors of the future to receive a good exposure to the health problems of the person in a far more realistic setting than can be found in a big city hospital … read more about Our History.
This practice is committed to training and advancing the skills of General Practitioners to meet the evolving need of our local community. The new doctor in the practice is a fully qualified medical doctor who is undertaking general practice training to fulfil the requirements of their course … read more about GP Registrars.
From time to time we have medical students in the practice. The staff will notify you if your doctor has a student sitting in with them. This gives you the opportunity to choose not to have a student present during your consultation … read more about Medical Students.
To search for excellence in the delivery of high quality, state of the art medical care in a family practice setting … read our full Mission Statement here.