Serving our community for 22 years.

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03 5422 2877
03 5422 2788
7-25 Caroline Chisholm Drive Kyneton VIC 3444
Monday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

GP Services

The GPs practising at Campaspe Family Practice are trained in the general practice medicine areas listed below. Many of the doctors are also specialists in other areas such as travel medicine, skin cancer, or children's health.

We also have experienced nurses, who run a fully functional treatment room.

Consultations, treatments, referrals, procedures, investigations, and prescriptions.

Advice and treatment on contraception, IUD insertion and removal, Implanon insertion and removal, sexual health, pregnancy testing, pregnancy options and termination advice, antenatal and obstetric shared care, pap smears, CST screening, breast checks and advise on menopausal management and hormone replacement.

Implanon is a 3 year contraceptive device implanted under the skin of your arm.

IUD Insertion and Removal We have trained GPs within our practice that can offer Mirena (IUD) insertion and removals. A Mirena is a hormonal intrauterine device (IUD) that can provide long-term birth control inserted into the uterus. The single rod contraceptive implant is a long-acting reversible contraceptive method.

Advice and treatment about concerns such as physical issues, prostate checks, sexual health and STI screening.

Health checks are recommend annually and may include:

  • Comprehensive cardiovascular assessment (assessing heart disease risk)
  • Lung function assessment
  • Bowel Cancer screening
  • Prostate Cancer screening
  • Skin Cancer screening
  • Comprehensive eye examination
  • Mental health assessment
  • Impotence management

Children's health checks, advice and treatment. Routine & childhood immunisations including:

  • All vaccinations in the National Immunisation Program
  • Seasonal influenza
  • Hepatitis B
  • Bexsero: Meningococcal B

LGBTIQA+ Health including concerns about mental health, physical issues, sexual health and STI screening.

Health checks including physical check-ups, and tests for lifestyle concerns such as diabetes and cholesterol levels.

Cancer screening, spirometry testing, audiometry testing, heart health checks and ECG.

An annual medical assessment is recommended for permanent residents living in an aged care facility.

A comprehensive annual health check is recommended for all people aged over 75 to identify any health issues and optimise quality of life. Areas assessed may include but are not limited to lifestyle, mobility, medication, nutrition, exercise, safety in the home, care arrangements and support networks.

A comprehensive health assessment is recommended between the age of 45 and 49 to identify health issues and risks of developing a chronic disease.

A heart health check is recommended at any age to assess the condition of the heart and if there are any risks associated with developing cardiovascular disease.

Our clinic nurses are trained in performing a 12-lead ECG (electrocardiogram) to assist in diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmias and other heart conditions. The ECG is interpreted by your doctor.

To monitor a heart rhythm tracing over a 24 hour period.

To monitor blood pressure periodically over a 24 hour period.

Diagnosis and management of chronic diseases.

If you suffer from a chronic condition (a condition that persists for more than six months), we can help you manage this through our Chronic Disease Clinic. Some conditions that we manage are:

  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Asthma
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Osteoporosis
  • Haemochromatosis
  • Obesity
  • Arthritis - Rheumatoid/Osteo

Under a Chronic Disease Management Plan, you can access five allied health services per calendar year through Medicare with substantial rebates and sometimes no out-of-pocket costs. This includes physiotherapy, chiropractic, dietetics, diabetes education, exercise physiology, occupational therapy, osteopathy, podiatry, psychology, speech pathology and more. We can refer you directly to internal allied health professionals right here at our Practice.

Mental health diagnosis and treatment, care plans, and referrals to counselling services.

Our doctors can refer you to a psychologist or other service to help you with bereavement.

Wound care including suturing and tissue glue.

Bone injury care including immobilisation and plastering.

Minor surgery including skin biopsies, excisions and ingrown toenail resections.

Assessment and treatment of sports injuries.

  • Influenza vaccination
  • COVID-19 vaccination
  • Yellow Fever vaccination
  • Q Fever vaccination
  • Travel vaccinations and advice

Full body skin checks, individual spot checks, minor and complex excisions. We also have the FotoFinder imaging system for full body mapping which analyses your body to see changes in existing moles and identify new lesions. [Click here] to read more.

Melanoma of the skin is the third most common cancer in men and women, and the most common cancer affecting Australians aged 15 to 39. Even one episode of blistering sunburn increases your risk of developing melanoma.

In recent years, surgery and additional treatments, including targeted therapies, immunotherapy and radiotherapy, have increased the life expectancy for people with advanced disease. But being sun smart and detecting and treating melanoma early gives you the best chance of survival.

That’s why we’ve invested in FotoFinder, a computerised mole-mapping system your GP can use to create an accurate, detailed set of photos of your moles. The high-resolution camera connects to a computer and transfers the photos to your doctor’s database.

This means your GP can compare photos from your initial visit to identify new moles or changes in existing moles.

FotoFinder is an expert system for early melanoma detection. It automatically analyses your moles according to pattern recognition algorithms, quantifies any changes in your mole and gives an indication of whether the lesion may be a melanoma.

A minor procedure infusing iron directly into the blood circulation, delivering iron to the body organs.

Used to perform comprehensive eye exams.

Advice and treatment on health risks associated with allergies.

The ratio of height and weight (Body Mass Index) has been used traditionally as an indicator of general health. But height and weight alone do not provide a comprehensive and accurate understanding of your body composition, which can be used to diagnose conditions such as obesity, diabetes and malnutrition.

Our medical Body Composition Analyser (mBCA) by seca helps your doctor better assess your health as it breaks down your body weight into its components with medical precision:

  • fat mass
  • fat-free mass
  • body water (comprising extracellular water and intracellular water)
  • skeletal mass

While body composition scales are not new, until now they have not been precise nor reproducible enough for medical use.

The MBCA analyses your body composition in less than 20 seconds and presents the data in easy-to-understand graphics. Your doctor can print a report for you to take with you.

The MBCA'S design ensures you’re always measured in the right position to ensure accurate results.

Advice about nutrition, weight loss management, stress management, smoking cessation, alcohol and drug use.

Sick certificates for work and education, pre-employment medical assessments, insurance, and workplace injury assessments.

Our clinic offers employment medicals. We have an onsite spirometry for Worksafe hazardous substances check.

Campaspe Family Practice is encouraging vaccination against COVID-19.

Everyone aged 5 and over is now eligible to book for the Pfizer vaccine. Please note, we are currently vaccinating children aged 5 years and over.

You are also eligible to get your vaccination at one of the Victorian Government hubs. Please phone the Victorian Coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398 (24 hours) or visit https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/information-hub-coronavirus-covid-19-vaccine

After Hours

In a medical emergency, please call 000 and ask for an ambulance.


If you require medical assistance, our closest hospital is Kyneton Hospital located next door. The Kyneton Hospital Urgent Care Centre can be contacted on 03 5422 9900. Through our close relationship with the Kyneton Hospital, our doctors continue to support the After-Hours Service.

For out of hours medical advice, please call the After Hours GP Helpline on 1800 022 222 or visit https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/after-hours-gp-helpline