Welcome to Clifton Hill Medical Group

CHMG has a long history. It was established in 1901, and is still located in the same building. Many things have changed in medicine and society since then, but it still plays an important part in the community.  The independent doctors who practice here are dedicated to providing high quality, comprehensive and ethical medical service compassionately to a diverse range of patients. They care for people of all races, beliefs, genders, abilities and circumstances throughout all stages of life.

New patients are welcome.

Clinic Info

Find information about Appointments, Fees and Billing, Medical Certificates, Prescriptions, referrals and more.


The doctors and nurses provide a wide range of services  including Men’s and Women’s health, vaccinations. Click to see our full range of services.

The Team

The administrative staff, nurses and GPs are all working together with the aim of providing excellent care in a welcoming environment.

The Library

The GPs have collected some resources they recommend to their patients. Click here to see the full library of resources.


Flu, Covid and Shingles Vaccines

Flu vaccines are now available. You can book through reception.
Covid and Shingrix vaccines may also be given if there is stock available. They can be given during a normal consultation, or by booking an appointment with the nurses.

Shingrix (shingles) vaccine is available

Free shingles vaccination under the National Immunisation Program (NIP) is available for eligible people most at risk of complications from shingles.
A 2-dose course of Shingrix is available for free for:
– people aged 65 years and over
– First Nations people aged 50 years and over
– immunocompromised people aged 18 years and over with the following medical conditions: haematopoietic stem cell transplant, solid organ transplant, haematological malignancy, advanced or untreated HIV.
If you previously received a free Zostavax shingles vaccine under the NIP, you are not eligible for a free Shingrix vaccine for at least 5 years.

Please phone reception to book an appointment with the nurse.


Wearing masks in the clinic is now voluntary. However, to protect our staff and patients we request that anyone with COUGH, COLD OR FLU SYMPTOMS please let reception know, and we request you wear a mask in the building. Please bring your own mask. We also request that any person with symptoms intending to attend the clinic do a RAT TEST on the day, thank you.

Covid Boosters

Moderna Bivalent vaccination is available. Please book online or through reception. These are only for BOOSTER doses, for current patients, over the age of 18. You must NOT have a booster if you are UNWELL, or if you have had COVID INFECTION or COVID VACCINE within the last SIX MONTHS. You must NOT have this booster if you have had ANAPHYLAXIS OR SEVERE REACTION to covid vaccine.

Online Bookings

We are pleased to offer appointments online BOOK NOW. You can also download the mobile app AMS Connect from your app store that allows you to create and manage your appointments.


Masks are still required for patients who are suffering cough, fever or cold symptoms. Please bring a mask with you, and let reception know as soon as you arrive. Please do a RAT test on the day of your appointment, and if you test positive, contact reception to change to a phone consultation rather than face to face. Thank you.

For information about the vaccine and the vaccination program please see Victorian Health Department and Department of Health Vaccination information or the call the vaccine enquiry line 1800 020 080 For information about COVID-19 INFECTION  and VACCINATION – see The Library