Practice Opening Hours – March 2022

The team at North Coburg Medical Centre aim to provide our patients with high quality medical care.

Due to a shortage of doctors we are experiencing some changes in business hours. Please call the clinic for our current opening hours and be rest assured we are working hard to ensure all our patients can see a doctor as soon as possible.

Unacceptable Behaviour Policy

North Coburg Medical Centre has a zero tolerance approach to aggressive, abusive or threatening behaviour towards our doctors, staff and patients.

Anyone behaving in this manner will forfeit their right to attend our practice and may be reported to the Police.


CCTV surveillance is in use in public areas of North Coburg Medical Centre.  ISE Security manage and monitor our system and all queries or concerns regarding our security system can be directed to the practice manager.


How are we helping to keep you safe?

1. All staff and patients are required to wear a mask when attending the practice.
2. Telehealth appointments are available – Please contact reception for details (03) 9354 1186.
3. Our staff have daily temperature checks.
4. Our staff disinfect high touch surfaces throughout the day.
5. Social distancing in place.
6. Patients are triaged when making an appointment over the phone and at reception.
If you have respiratory symptoms please advise staff before attending the clinic.
These efforts will help protect patients and staff during these challenging times.
Thank you for your help – North Coburg Medical Centre Team.

Covid 19 Vaccination Program

North Coburg Medical Centre is a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic.

Please book in for a COVID Vaccination booster by calling reception on:

Dr Khan

Dr Khan retires after 30 years at North Coburg Medical Centre.

Dr Khan founded the Merlynston Village Medical Centre (now known as North Coburg Medical Centre), with Dr Guindi over 30 years ago. Since then, they have remained an integral part of the clinic, having established long and trusting relationships with their patients.

We are going to miss them as much as their long term patients will but they deserve to take a break after serving the local community for such a long time.

Our remaining GPs are very happy to continue caring for their patients which has made their retirement a bit easier knowing their patients will be well looked after.