Local GP South Yarra, Toorak & Prahran Melbourne - One Point Medical

One point for all your primary care needs.

Please Note: Novel Coronavirus

If you suspect you may have the coronavirus disease you MUST call the dedicated hotline on 1800 675 398 prior to visiting the practice.

Reported symptoms include fever or respiratory symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath or breathing difficulties.

Source: The Department of Health and Human Services

We are currently advising patients to please book online

For those who need to contact reception directly, this will help reduce call-waiting times.

The essence of a GP is primary care, providing the role of a medical gatekeeper – the one point at which all of someones needs are managed all the time for a true and full medical experience.

Without this primary care role the pathway to proper health care is no where near as efficient and secondary (specialist) or tertiary (hospital) levels of health management are less effective.

One Point Medical provides cohesion and consistency for all of your health care needs.

Look what’s new…

Late Night Hours Available

Can’t get to the doctors until after work? We have appointments after 5:30pm available with Dr Joel Chan till 7:30 pm on Mondays and Thursdays. *Please note ADHD assessments are not available during late night hours.

Looking for a GP

We are currently seeking a GP with mental health interest or experience for part time availability. Candidates willing to work one Saturday a month highly regarded. For more information please contact [email protected]

Same day appointments

We now have appointments available on the day. Please book online or contact reception for more information.

Reduced rate for kids under 10

One point Medical is now offering a reduced rate for all kids under 10 years of age. Note that the full fee applies to children over 10 years of age. Please ask at reception for more information.

Low level laser therapy

An exciting new opportunity exists for patients at One Point Medical. Dr Juliet Froomes is now offering Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). More about how LLT can treat persistent muscle injury or pain can be found on our laser therapy page.

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Meet Our Doctors

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Dr Chris Mulroney


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Dr Juliet Froomes

MBBS, FRACGP,Dip.Obstetrics, Cert. Reprod. Health

Dr Sophie Macneil


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Dr Joel Chan


Dr Ilana Hornstein


General practice accreditation is a voluntary process and that reassures commitment to high quality health care in a safe environment

Category A rating

One Point Medical has received a category A rating on accreditation, demonstrating its commitment to quality and safety within the practice. More information can be found here.

Our Health Interests

Women’s Health
Weight management
Nutrition & Exercise programs

Men’s Health
Mental Health Issues
Sexual Health Screening
Men’s Health Check
Weight & Lifestyle Management

Children’s Health
Feeding & sleeping problems
Developmental Milestones
Management Of Behavioural Problems

Teenager’s Health
Sudden Growth
Weight gain or loss
Self Esteem

Mental Health Screening
The Mind Screen® Tool
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Bipolar Disorder
Psychotic Illness

Skin Health
Spot & Mole Checks
Skin Cancers
Skin Infections


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