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Freo Street Doctor now in Mandurah


Freo Street Doctor is a mobile medical health service that provides a visible, easily accessible and non-judgemental primary health care service to marginalised, disadvantaged and homeless people in our community. The service aims to care for those members of our community who for any reasons may not access mainstream general practice. The medical practice is accredited according to RACGP standards.


GREENFIELDS FAMILY & COMMUNITY CENTRE - WEDNESDAYS 10:00am-1:00pm  (2 Waldron Ave, Greenfields)

PEEL COMMUNITY KITCHEN - THURSDAYS 10:00am-1:00pm  (cnr Gibson& Sutton Street, Mandurah)

The Freo Street Doctor team is staffed by General Practitioners, registered nurses, outreach workers, Indigenous health workers and Social Workers.

The service can help people with health issues including:

  • diagnosed or undiagnosed mental illness
  • homelessness
  • blood borne viruses
  • sexually transmitted infections
  • injuries or conditions due to assaults or self-neglect
  • emotional/social problems
  • reproductive/gynaecological/urinary conditions
  • alcohol and/or drug related issues
  • diabetes
  • immunisations
  • respiratory conditions
  • chronic diseases
  • Skin conditions


Information provided by Jenni Rubery, Manager, Greenfields Family and Community Centre Inc. (08) 9535 7165


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