Outpatients

Directions to Outpatients Bellarine Centre Level 3

Directions to Outpatients from main entrance (Bellarine Centre Level 3)Walk in glass sliding doors of hospital main entranceTurn right after electronic bank machineWalk through glass sliding doors t...

Directions to Outpatients from Kardinia House entrance

Walk in entrance, lifts are located slightly to the right. Take lift to 3rd floor (Kardinia House) Turn left out of lift and walk to corridor which turns left. Walk through cafeteria and turn rig...

How do I get an appointment at an Outpatient clinic?

Patients are referred to specialist clinics by general practitioners (GPs) or other specialist doctors. Sometimes patients are referred for follow-up after being treated in the emergency department ...

What do I need to do on the day of the appointment?

On the day of your appointment, please bring: The appointment letter you received from the specialist clinic Any relevant X-rays, scans (CT or ultrasound), blood tests or other test results The...

What if I have special needs?

If you are hearing or visually impaired, for example, or need an interpreter, it is important that you notify the Outpatient specialist clinic on 4215 1396 prior to your appointment so that assistan...

How do I get from Barwon Medical Imaging (BMI) to Outpatients Department?

BMI is located on the first floor of the Heath Wing in Geelong Hospital. From X-ray reception, walk out and turn right. Proceed to main lifts and go the third floor. Disembark at third floor, turn...

Do I need a referral to be seen in Outpatients the first time?

Yes. All patients seen in the Outpatient specialist clinics need to be referred by a GP or another specialist doctor, unless you are being followed up after being seen in Emergency or after being di...

How can I update my contact details?

If you need to update your contact details  please contact the Outpatient Specialist Clinics on 4215 1396 or complete the online template....

Multi-lingual information

Please click on the links below for Department of Health documents translated in various languages which help answer your frequently asked questions regarding specialist clinics: English Albani...

Things you need to do while you are waiting for an Outpatient appointment

Please let us know if you change your name, address or phone number. You can do this by ringing us on (03) 4215 1396 between 8.30am and 4.30pm Mon- Fri. The Outpatients department is closed on publ...

What happens if I can’t go to my appointment?

If you can’t come to your appointment please let us know as soon as possible by ringing (03) 4215 1396 between 8.30am and 4.30pm Mon- Fri. Outpatients is closed on public holidays. You can al...

What happens when I am referred to Outpatients?

Your referral is reviewed and you are given an appointment date and time or waiting time for an appointment, based on the information or details that the referring doctor has provided.If there is a ...

What happens when my child is referred to the Hip Clinic?

If your child is referred to the Hip Clinic by his or her GP, maternity ward, paediatrician or other hospital, there are a number of steps you should be aware of. Please see the below chart for a fu...

What if I am seen at another hospital for the health problem I was referred to Outpatients for?

If you are seen somewhere else and no longer need your appointment in Outpatients at University Hospital Geelong, please ring us to tell us. This means we can give the appointment time to another pa...

Traditional Owners

We, Barwon Health, acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to the Elders both past and present.