Access the medical advice you require within minutes, without leaving the comfort of your home. Do not use Medinet to replace your regular GP, who is your primary healthcare provider. Medinet is a platform you can use to talk to GPs when your regular GP is not available, including in after hours. Even better, use Medinet to talk to a GP from your regular medical practice in after hours.
The GPs using Medinet can generate prescriptions for your medical needs. You can then choose to either pick up the medication at your preferred local pharmacy, or have the medication delivered.>
You can access all medical documents from your consultation in your app immediately after the consultation. If your GP provides you with a medical certificate, you can email it to your employer, university or child care.>
The GP can provide you with a referral to the specialist of your choice or whomever they recommend. Alternatively, you can be issued with a generic referral and access upfront information on a choice of specialist doctors, including their fees, waitlist, location options and experience.
View your pathology referral immediately after the consultation along with information on where you can go for collection. You can also access your pathology results once your GP has reviewed the results.
If you require a COVID19 swab, you can have the swab collection conducted at your home. The collection will then be sent to the lab for testing. Be tested without leaving your home.
Need an x-ray, MRI scan, CT scan or ultrasound? View your imaging referral immediately after the consultation and access information on where to go for the scan.
If you would prefer to see a doctor face to face, use Medinet to book in to see a GP in hundreds of practices across Australia.
All doctors consulting on Medinet are fully qualified and are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), as required by the Medical Board of Australia, so you can be assured that you are receiving the highest level of health care. They all work in brick and mortar medical practices in Australia. All AHPRA registrations are checked to confirm there are no issues of undertakings or reprimands and all doctors' medical indemnity insurance must include telehealth consultations.
All GPs are required to abide by The Medical Board of Australia Guidelines on Technology-Based Patient Consultations along with Good Medical Practice: A Code of Conduct for Doctors in Australia. At the start of the consultation, the doctor will determine the clinical appropriateness of providing health care via telehealth and if deemed not appropriate, will recommend you attend the nearest emergency or book in a face-to-face consultation.
Step 2: Follow the on-screen prompts to register
Step 3: Use Medinet when you need to speak with a GP. Enter some basic information such as your symptoms, current medications, known allergies, medical conditions and regular GP’s details. You can then connect to a GP within minutes.
Step 4: At the end of the consultation, access any medical documents the GP generated immediately within your app and follow the prompts to take the course of action required to look after your health. With your consent, a clinical summary of the consultation is sent to your regular GPs medical practice. This ensures continuity of care and centralises your patient records.