In the current setting of COVID19, please DO NOT attend Drummond Dermatology if you may have been exposed to an infected person; are unwell; have symptoms of fever or cough, or have returned from a COVID affected area in the previous 14 days.
As per Australian Government requirements, Dermatology is considered as ESSENTIAL SERVICE. We are therefore still open for business. Telehealth consultations are available for certain patients and conditions, and may be fully or partly claimable under Medicare in some circumstances.
Please phone (02 5114 2682) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your options. We can reschedule your appointment if necessary.
If you do attend Drummond Dermatology, you may be required to attend alone or with a single carer. Our waiting room is at reduced capacity due to social distancing requirements. If all consulting rooms are occupied and the waiting room is at capacity, we may ask you to check in and wait outside until your appointment time.
- Your temperature may be checked upon arrival
- Hand sanitiser is supplied and must be used
- You may be required to wear a mask
Please be patient with us during this time. For further information on COVID19 please visit health.act.gov.au
Paediatric Outpatients: Centenary Hospital for Women and Children, Canberra Hospital
(for paediatric services)
Building 11, Level 1
Yamba Drive GARRAN 2605 ACT
Canberra Sexual Health Centre, Canberra Hospital
(for Vulval dermatology services)
Building 5, Canberra Hospital
Dr Drummond and her staff are unable to enter into any communication via email or internet regarding any skin issues unless you are a current patient of the practice (seen within the previous year). Even then, email exchanges will be limited and brief. If more extended or complex discussion of any issue is needed or requested, a review appointment (which could be conducted face to face, by video or telephone) should be scheduled. It may not be possible to offer diagnosis via email, and consultation may be needed.
Dr Drummond will not answer questions about skin issues that your friends or family may have, or about any drugs, treatments or procedures of a general dermatological nature.