The Blackburn Clinic is a Family Medical Practice that was established by Professor Neil Carson in 1952 and was completely rebuilt in 1992. We offer a comprehensive range of family medicine services and we are also a Licensed Travel Vaccination Centre. Our clinic is an association of independent General Practitioners who consult from two suites within the same building at 195 Whitehorse Road. Patients are welcome to see our GPs at either or both of:
Suite 5—Blackburn Clinic and
Suite 2– Blackburn Specialist Centre.
Our services, fees, policies and procedures apply to both suites. Both sites have secure access to our patient clinical data and share the same system for patient appointments.
The following GPs consult at Blackburn Specialist Centre:
Dr Andrew Broad
Dr Peter Elliott
Dr Yeganeh Khavar
Dr Terence Ting (Dr Ting has temporarily relocated to Suite 5 but will return to Suite 2 in Feb 2021)
Dr Prabaharan Ratnarajah.
These GPs consult at Blackburn Clinic when the Blackburn Specialist Centre is closed.
We are committed to providing the highest level of medical care for all patients, of varying ages and needs.
Our clinic is affiliated as a teaching practice with Monash University and the University of Melbourne, and is an accredited training practice with the Royal Australian College of General Practice. We take Registrars from the Eastern Victoria GP Training Provider -we train qualified Doctors to become excellent GPs!
Providing exceptional healthcare to our community.
To be the premier provider of healthcare to our local community and beyond by caring for the whole person for their entire life.
Commitment to exceptional patient care;
Compassion for the concerns of our patients;
Teamwork in delivering our services;
Security of employment ensured by our success;
Integrity underpinning all of our decisions;
Education our doctors, staff and students; and
Inspiring them to achieve their goals.
Blackburn Clinic is a fully accredited practice with Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited, the body set up by the Government and the profession to foster high standards of general practice. Patient medical records could be confidentially reviewed as part of our accreditation process by AGPAL surveyors.
In 2012 we celebrated 60 years of excellence in General Practice.