Keeping you moving
Telehealth is similar to using FaceTime, Skype, Viber or Zoom and allows you to interact with your medical practitioner visually. Telehealth is easy to use from your phone, tablet or computer.
Wakefield Sports and Exercise Medicine Clinic can provide Telehealth services in the following areas:
For further information or to answer any questions please contact our friendly reception staff who will be able to assist.
At Wakefield Sports + Exercise Medicine Clinic, our priority is the safety and wellbeing of our staff, patients and community as South Australia opens the borders to interstate and international arrivals with the expectation of Covid-19 living in the community.
In accordance with the recommendations issued by Calvary Adelaide Hospital, Wakefield Sports + Exercise Medicine Clinic will require patients and visitors, to be Covid-19 double vaccinated before entering our 3 clinics, unless issued with a vaccination exemption.
These changes will come into effect, Monday 29th November 2021.
Calvary Adelaide Hospital
Next Generation and Dulwich Family Practice
Should you meet or have any concerns regarding the above criteria, please call the Medical reception on 8232 5833 or Physiotherapy reception team on 8232 5566
Unvaccinated or compromised patients may have the opportunity to attend a telehealth appointment at the discretion of our practitioners. This will be determined on a case by case basis as necessary.
At the present time, all unvaccinated patients will be unable to attend a face to face appointments until after receiving the double covid-19 vaccination and will be asked to present evidence of this prior to making an appointment.
For more information, please call the Medical reception on 8232 5833 or Physiotherapy reception team on 8232 5566