Tranmere Village Medical Centre - Urban

Tranmere Village Medical Centre is a metropolitan Practice with a practice base of approximately 5,000 patients. The practice treats a full range of patients including children, families, work injuries, women's health, motor vehicle accidents, travel medicine, care plans, and shared care. When required, the practice provides home visits for existing elderly patients. Tranmere Village Medical Centre is fully computerized. The practice also has a diabetes educator on site, and a practice nurse to assist doctors where necessary and also conduct care plans, health assessments, and vaccinations. Registrars have their own consulting room with Internet access.


Address:
164 Glynburn Road Tranmere, South Australia, 5073

Phone:
(08) 8365 1157

Fax:
(08) 8365 1187

Principal Contact:
Ms Aleisha Bell

GP Supervisor(s):
Dr Kristina Bamford

Hours of business:
Mon 8.00am - 8.00pm ,
Tues & Wed 8.00am - 6.00pm,
Thurs 8.30am - 6.30pm ,
Fri: 8.00am - 5.00pm,
Sat: 8.30am - 12.30pm

Number of GPs in Practice:
FT: 4

Allied health:
Physiotherapist, dietitian, audiologist, immunization/ vaccinations, and pathology collection.

Special interests, services and procedures offered:
Hospital and nursing home care, minor operations, baby and children’s care, sports medicine, all childhood immunization, ante-natal share care, sports medicine, preventative medicine, recall/reminder system, insurance related medical services, diagnosis and management of short or long term illness, pre employment medicals, adolescent health care, work cover related medical services, and travel assessment and vaccination.

Description of region:
We are located 5km north east of the CBD. In near proximity of specialist rooms and pathology laboratories.


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Regional Highlights

  • Thorndon park
    Thorndon Park is a delightful watery hideaway. Whether picnicing with the family, walking the dog around the perimeter trail, or simply enjoying the abundant bird life, this picturesque reserve and reservoir is a real treasure often missed in Adelaide's east.
  • Morialta Conservation Park 
    In Morialta Conservation Park, just 12 kilometres to the east of the city, Fourth Creek has left its unique mark on the landscape in the shape of deep wooded gorges and a trail of tumbling waterfalls. A walk along the creek to the falls remains the park highlight. Bird life abounds, with a chance of seeing herons, fairy-wrens and rosella parrots. Other areas of the park are designated for rock-climbing and abseiling. 
  • Penfolds Wines, Magill Estate 
    Dr Christopher Rawson Penfold planted his first Shiraz vines here in 1844. Overlooking Adelaide, the refurbished and iconic estate today remains a working winery and houses a five-star restaurant. Penfolds Grange is considered Australia's greatest red wine, so why not taste other great reds that have originated from these aged Shiraz vines? Tours of Penfolds historic winery take place daily between 11a and 3p. Penfolds wines are distributed worldwide.