Clarence GP Super Clinic

Our Location

16-22 Bayfield Street, Rosny Park TAS 7018 Australia

Access & Parking

Clarence GP Super Clinic is located 200 metres from Eastlands Shopping Centre in the Clarence Integrated Care Centre. Enter via the carpark off Bayfield Street between Bligh Street and Cambridge Road. The Clinic entrance is opposite Cash Converters.

Public Transport

A major bus terminal is available within 1 minutes walk of the Clinic

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Dedication to health

Our vision is to provide you with the highest in quality healthcare and caring, friendly service.

  • Bulk billing available
  • Ample parking available
  • Pathology onsite
  • Male and female doctors
  • Book appointments online!
  • Skin Clinic onsite
  • Open 6 days
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What makes Clarence GP Super Clinic so different ?

Clarence GP Super Clinic caters for a diverse range of patients.  Our location makes it perfect for patients ranging from school children up to seniors.  Having podiatry, physiotherapy, child health and parenting  and other services on site means that, for many patients,  there is no additional travel involved.

Radiology Tasmania and I-Med (Regional Imaging) are located within 1 minute’s walk from the Clinic and pathology services are available either on-site or a short distance from the Clinic.  A major transport hub servicing the city and suburbs is within walking distance of the Clinic.

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Contact Information

Book appointment (03) 6282 1400 For after hours, please call 1800 022 222 or 03 6165 2361

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16-22 Bayfield Street, Rosny Park TAS 7018 Australia

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