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Our origins date back to the early 1960’s when Fred Appelbe (“Doc”) started his practice in Sargood Street in Hampton. Dr Appelbe subsequently moved his practice to the Service Street location in 1966. It was known as “The Clinic” back then and it opened for patients on 28 August 1966.

Hampton Bayside Medical Centre was formed in April 1999 when “Brightham Medical Centre” and “The Clinic” merged. What followed was a major refurbishment of the rooms at 3 Service Street, Hampton to create a modern medically equipped facility.

Our practice has always held a strong commitment to providing the highest standard of medical care for our community in the tradition of both “The Clinic” and “Brightham”.

In 2016. as the demand for our doctors grew, we expanded our services and opened a new branch in Mentone. The expansion heralded a change in name to the Bayside Medical Group.

2020 saw the further growth of our group resulting in the formation of a partnership with the Myhealth Medical Group.  This partnership facilitates access to the necessary infrastructure to ensure the continued high quality medical support for our local community.

Hours of Operation

MondayEarly Closure (20 January 2020)8:00 am – 6:00 pm
TuesdayEarly Closure (21 January 2020)8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Thursday8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday10:00 am - 12:00 pm
MondayEarly Closure (20 January 2020)8:00 am – 6:00 pm
TuesdayEarly Closure (21 January 2020)8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday8:00 am - 7:00 pm
SaturdayAustralia Day-CLOSED
SundayCLOSED
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20th January 2020

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The holidays are often accompanied by the temptation to consume alcohol.Whether you’re out for dinner with some friends, or having a big family blow out, alcohol is usually flowing in excess, along with food and more food.

16th January 2020

The holidays are often accompanied by the temptation to consume alcohol.Whether you’re out for dinner with some friends, or having a big family blow out, alcohol is usually flowing in excess, along with food and more food.The holidays are often accompanied by the temptation to consume alcohol. Whether you’re out for dinner with some friends, or having a big family blow out, alcohol is usually flowing in excess, along with food and more food. Before indulging in some festive drinks, make sure you speak to a trusted healthcare professional who can advise you what is safest for you to consume and how to best manage your diabetes during the holiday season. You can read more about alcohol and diabetes here: www.ndss.com.au/about-diabetes/resources/find-a-resource/alcohol-fact-sheet/ ... See MoreSee Less

13th January 2020

“Each time I quit smoking I became more determined to stop for good. It was far from easy but each time, I lasted longer: four days quit, one month, three months… The last time I picked up the habit (again), I’d gotten really stressed out due to a few things going on in my life. Then one day, after smoking one cigarette from a pack, I thought “Man! What am I doing!?”. I threw the pack in a drawer and went cold turkey. I still got the pack in a box somewhere. I felt much better a few months later. I still feel better for it nowadays. Not smelling like an ash tray. No nicotine stained teeth. Oh yeah. It’s bad for your teeth. Down five adult teeth due to smoking. That’s another reason I quit. My long-time dentist kept telling me smoking was killing my gums. But yeah, quitting is one of the best decisions in life that I ever made.”If you'd like to chat about quitting with one of our trained Quitline counsellors, call 13 7848 Mon-Fri 8am-8pm or SMS 'call back' to the same number. ... See MoreSee Less