Tanjil Place Medical

Our Location

46-48 Albert Street, Moe VIC 3825 Australia

Access & Parking

Tanjil Place Medical is directly opposite the Post Office and RSL in Albert Street. Ample parking at rear of building in the patient carpark. Disabled parking spaces available at front entrance for easy drop off and collection.

Public Transport

Easy five minute walk to train station, bus and taxi rank.

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Dedication to health

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

  • Ample parking available
  • Male and female doctors
  • Pathology onsite
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  • Open 5 days
  • Physiotherapy onsite
  • X-ray services onsite
  • Skin Clinic onsite
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What makes Tanjil Place Medical so different?

Tanjil Place Medical was established in 1994 and moved to its current premises in the centre of town in 2007. We have 12 General Practitioners, both full time and  part time. They cover a variety of special interests including chronic disease management, aged care, palliative care, women’s health and skin cancer surveillance and treatment.

The medical staff are supported by practice nurses, who not only staff the treatment room but also run clinics in chronic disease management, diabetes education, women’s health and ante natal.

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Contact Information

Book Appointment (03) 5126 1344 For after hours, please call Moe After Hours Medical on (03) 5127 9111

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46-48 Albert Street, Moe VIC 3825 Australia

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Latest News & Events

  1. Celebrating Accreditation Success!

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