Dr George Gayagay, Orthopaedic surgeon and specialist

Assessment Consultation

At our first meeting, we will perform a detailed examination of your area of concern and also ask a lot of questions to determine the history and underlying cause of the condition. In some cases, we may need to refer you for further X-rays or an MRI to assist us in diagnosis of your condition.

So you can get the most from your initial consultation, please remember to:

  • Bring your referral letter from your GP
  • Bring a current list of any medications you are taking
  • Bring your Medicare Card and Private Health Insurance Details
  • Bring any relevant operation records, X-ray films, bone scans or test results
  • Dress in suitable clothes to allow easy access for the clinical examination
  • If you are a DVA member or aged-pensioner, bring your members card
  • For a workers compensation case, bring the claim number, insurer and case manager contact details
  • Your completed CCO Patient Info Sheet to beĀ given to reception on your day of consultation.
  • Australian Orthopaedic Association
  • Australian Medical Association
  • Philippine-Australian-Medical-Association
  • University-of-new-South-Wales
  • Royal-australasian-college-of-surgen
  • Australian-Aid

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