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Opening Hours : Weekdays - 8.30am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 11.30am. Contact : 08 8586 4111
Renmark Medical Clinic
The Renmark Medical Clinic is located on the corner of Ral Ral Avenue and Thurk Street, Renmark (65 Thurk Street, Renmark). The Clinic serves the towns of Renmark, Paringa, Lyrup and surrounding areas. Renmark is situated on a sweeping bend on the magnificent Murray River.
The Renmark and Paringa District Hospital is staffed by the doctors from the Renmark Medical Clinic who manage general medical cases and perform minor surgery. Several visiting specialists operate at the hospital performing a range of procedures.
Radiology facilities are available in Renmark, and nearby at the Riverland Regional Hospital in Berri.
The Renmark Medical Clinic is an AGPAL Accredited General Practice
Clinic Opening Hours Call 8586 4111for appointments and000 for emergency
Monday to Friday: 8.30am to 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am to 11.30am
Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed (2018 Public Holidays)
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The Renmark Medical Clinic has Doctors with special interests in rural family medicine, emergency medicine, sports medicine, obstetrics, women's health, anaesthetics and skin surgery.
Dr Paul Smith has been in General Practice in Renmark since 1985. He has an interest in obstetrics and sports medicine. He co-ordinates the Flinders PRCC medical students in Renmark and is also involved in the Renmark and Paringa Health Advisory Council.
Dr James McLeod trained in Rural General Practice through Flinders University and Sturt Fleurieu GP
Education and Training. His special interests aside from general practice include emergency
Medicine, skin surgery and anaesthetics.
Graduated from Adelaide University in 2012 with a keen interest in pursuing Rural General Practice. Interests within General Practice include chronic disease management, palliative care and emergency medicine.
Dr David Rosenthal has practised as a rural GP in his home town of Renmark in the South Australian Riverland for thirty five years. In addition to accepting a rural clinical workload, including anaesthetics, he is active as Senior Lecturer in rural medical education at the Flinders University.
From the USA, Dr Corina Sims came to Adelaide to complete her medical degree at Flinders University School of Medicine. She finished her medical degree in 2003, then went on to earn an Advanced Diploma in Obstetrics. Her interests are in Obstetrics and Women’s health.
Dr Kelly is from Ireland and trained and graduated in London in 2002. He has practiced in the UK as a GP before coming to Australia in 2013, where he has worked rurally as well as in Adelaide. His interests include Geriatric Medicine and Chronic Disease Management.
Graduated from Flinders University in 2014. He has since worked in multiple tertiary centres including Modbury and Lyell McEwin hospitals, and the Flinders Medical Centre. He has a keen interest in rural emergency medicine. Outside of medicine he enjoys travelling and new foods.
Blas graduated from the University of Phillipines in 2004. He has worked in multiple tertiary hospitals since 2011, including the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Lyell McEwin in General Surgery and General Medicine. He is a Clinical Lecturer for the University of Adelaide and has a particular interest in Rheumatology, Palliative Care and Psychiatric health.
Although native to Canada, Evan graduated from medicine at Flinders University in 2014. His work interests include infectious disease and emergency medicine, and he enjoys mountain bike riding and rock climbing.