After graduating from the University of Queensland, Dr Wu was based mainly at the Royal Brisbane and Prince Charles Hospitals, and even acted as Medical Superintendent at the Augathella General Hospital, prior to training in General Practice.
After being granted fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Dr Wu is thorough in his approach in all areas of General Practice, with particular interest in Men's Health, Children's Health, chronic conditions, surgical procedures, and skin cancer surgery (including flaps).
1 month) of a regular prescription can be issued, at the discretion of the prescribing regular doctor, at a fee from (patient pick-up) or (if faxed to the requested pharmacy).
Under such exceptional circumstances, the patient must still be reviewed within the month before further prescriptions are issued.
Meet Louisa Stephens, our lovely and knowledgable dietitian who comes here every second thursday afternoon.Amelia enjoys all aspects of General Practice - Men's, Women's and Children's health, has done further training to support with mental health and enjoys working with anyone to support their wellbeing.Additional skills include insertion and removal of hormone implants.If you have not been to Clayfield Medical Centre for the previous 2 months or more, you would not be issued any repeatprescriptions, without coming in for an assessment.On occasions, due to exceptional circumstances, a limited supply (max.Medical certificates will not be issued for non-medical reasons, except for bereavement or family support.The patient must be seen at the time of the illness for a medical certificate to be issued.The only time you may call for results is when the doctor has specifically made arrangements with you at the time the tests were ordered.It is not only unsafe for the patient, but may have medicolegal implications for a doctor to give any significant results or medical advice without having a face-to-face consultation.Dr Julia Sze Wai Ooi is a medical graduate from the University of Queensland.After working in various hospitals around the state, she opted for a career in General Practice through the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.