Dandenong Priority Primary Care Centre
Urgent care when it’s not an emergency
Dandenong PPCC supports Dandenong Hospital.
In partnership with Greens Medical Group.
Dandenong Priority Primary Care Centre provides care for urgent but non-life-threatening conditions. You will be triaged by a nurse when you arrive,
and seen by a GP shortly after, depending on urgency. We will ensure you receive appropriate care.
We provide free, high-quality care for patients with non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses. Pathology and imaging services are available onsite.
Care is available for everyone, with or without a Medicare card. Translators are also available.
Please make an appointment:
Our centre is open 7 days a week
Monday: 7 AM – 11 PM
Tuesday: 7 AM – 11 PM
Wednesday: 7 AM – 11 PM
Thursday: 7 AM – 11 PM
Friday: 7 AM – 11 PM
Saturday: 7 AM – 11 PM
Sunday: 7 AM – 11 PM
We are located at Greens Medical Group , 1/134 Logis Boulevard (Opposite 2 Cubitt Way) Dandenong South VIC 3175.
Please book an appointment if you can, otherwise, just walk in.
Please call us on 03 9579 7933 or Book Appointment
We need a valid referral letter from a General Practitioner to schedule an appointment with our Cardiologist.
When to call Triple Zero (000)
When to call Triple Zero (000)
Dandenong PPCC was commissioned by South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network with funding from the Victorian Government.
*If you have tested positive for COVID-19, it is likely that your symptoms will be mild and you can recover safely at home. Visit the healthdirect website for information on managing COVID-19 at home.
If you have mild to moderate symptoms (including confirmed COVID-19), you can seek care from your usual GP, or another GP if your usual one isn’t available. Most general practices provide care for patients with respiratory symptoms, both by telehealth and face-to-face. Telehealth appointments are suitable for most low risk patients.
You can also contact NURSE-ON-CALL on 1300 60 60 24 for free health advice, 24 hours a day.
Please note, that PPCCs do not provide routine PCR testing. They provide GP-led care for people with urgent but non-life-threatening conditions. In an emergency, patients are advised to visit their local hospital emergency department or call 000.
COVID-19 testing options
Rapid antigen tests (RATs) are the easiest way to test for COVID-19. Visit the Victorian Government website for information on when to use a RAT, where to get them, and what to do if COVID-19 positive. If you test positive for COVID-19, it is still recommended to wear a mask and isolate for 5 days or until a negative RAT result has been achieved.
If you are at risk of severe COVID-19 illness, your RAT result is negative or inconclusive, or you require a PCR test, a visit to a GP is recommended. A GP can decide if a PCR test is needed and may provide a referral to a pathology collection centre.
Those unable to get a GP appointment can:
- contact the Victorian Virtual Emergency Department
- call the National Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 020 080
- call NURSE-ON-CALL on 1300 606 024.
- In an emergency call 000.
Please visit SEMPHN’s dedicated COVID-19 page for more information.