Welcome to Lejeune Family Medical Practice
50 Murray Farm Road, Carlingford
Our Mission Is to Provide a Professional & Honest Approach to Health Care
The Lejeune Family Medical Practice represents a return to more traditional family medicine where there is a great emphasis on ‘continuity of care’, with myself, Dr. John James, and my colleagues offering thorough supervision of all your health needs.
The Practice is named after Dr. Jerome Lejeune, an outstanding doctor and geneticist who was renowned for his care of his patients, especially children with disabilities. He died several years ago and is buried in Paris.
We have a team of dedicated practitioners who work together with our nursing and administrative staff to deliver the highest level of service.
Below are some of our most common services.
COVID-19 Drive-Through Clinic opened June 2020, in Murray Farm Reserve in response to the needs of our community.
How does testing work?
Monday to Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm
Drive slowly and please follow triage staff wearing PPE’s directions at all times.
Bring your Pathology Request form from your GP.
Paediatric Collector is onsite Monday to Friday
English, Cantonese & Mandarin Collector available.
Join car line and prepare to wait on a busy day, bring a book, water, food, there are NO toilet facilities. We will try to inform you if we know there are less wait times at other COVID clinics.
Please try not to block our neighbours driveways as they need to leave and police are patrolling the area and you may get a fine.
Overseas Visitor/Non Medicare Patients – just turn up – the test is FREE
If you are an Essential Services Worker, please let us know.
RESULTS HOTLINE: 02 8382 9100
Your result will be SMS to your mobile 24-72 hrs turn around time.
The symptom checker will send you an SMS with all details, please forward to your Dr via email@example.com please include you name DOB and mobile tel number – call Lejeune on what to do next.
POST COVID-19 TEST
You MUST self-isolate until you get your result and longer according to public health guidelines.
If the symptoms are getting worse and you are feeling very unwell, go directly to Ryde or Westmead Hospital Fever Clinic or Emergency OR call 000 for an ambulance (and explain you are concerned you may have Corona Virus if this is the case.)
The Corona Virus Health Information Hotline is: 1800 020 080