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Patient Information

ADDRESS: 24-26 Lyndarum Drive, Epping VIC 3076

PH: 03 84020400

FAX: 03 84020409

WEB: http://efmsc.com.au/

Monday – Thursday 9am – 5pm
Friday 9am – 4pm
Saturday 10am – 2pm
Sunday Closed
Public Holidays Closed

Doctor Doctor Logo - After Hours Doctor Service

Our after-hours deputising service is DoctorDoctor Pty. Ltd. Please call 132 660.

Mon-Fri: 9:00am to 1:00pm

Sat: 10:00am-1:00pm

Sunday: Closed

• Standard consultation ($60)
• Long consultation ($100)
• Extra-Long consultation ($140).

Click here to read more about our billing policy  »

Amany Hawli (Receptionist)
Fatima Hassan (Receptionist)
Hong Ling (Practice Nurse)
Youri Park (Practice Nurse)
Maryam Seedat (Practice Nurse)
Shahza Ajaz (Practice Manager)

At EFMSC, we aim to improve your wellbeing across all ages and stages of your health and life. To achieve this, we strive to bring medical services to you in your community. Our doctors and staff work hard to make sure all of our patients are healthy and happy.

Dr. Ammar Shah (GP)
BSc, MBBS, FRACGP, Grad Dip Rural General Practice
Languages Spoken: English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi

Dr. Khurram Ajaz (GP)
Languages Spoken: English, Urdu, Hindi

Dr. Muhammad Tariq (GP)
MBBS, FRACGP, Dip Dermatology, DCH
Languages Spoken: English, Arabic, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi

Dr. Erum Meraj (Female GP)
Languages Spoken: English, Urdu, Hindi

Dr. Usman Mahmood (Consultant Nephrologist)
BSc, MBBS, FRACP, Dip Periop Med
Languages Spoken: English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi

Dr. Hamna Sahi (Sleep and Respiratory Physician)
Languages Spoken: English, Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, Arabic (Understands and is partially fluent)

Your medical record is a confidential document. It is the policy of this practice to maintain security of personal health information at all times and to ensure that this information is only available to authorised members of our staff. 

Consistent with commitment to quality care, this practice has developed a policy to protect patients’ privacy in compliance with privacy legislation.

We always seek to improve our services. Please forward feedback of any kind to the Practice Manager by phone 03 8402 0400 or email at eppingfmsc@gmail.com

If you have a complaint and are not satisfied with the outcome of our service, you can contact the Health Services Commissioner, the contact details of which are:

The Health Services Commissioner, Victoria
30th Floor, 570 Bourke Street
Melbourne VIC 3000.
P: 8601-5200 or 1800 136 066 (toll free)
Website: www.health.vic.gov.au


Wheelchair access is available, and we have designated disabled parking spots for use.
There is also a disabled toilet.

All patients must have an appointment.

We do not accept walk-in patients.

Tele consults are also provided to the regular patients on request, please contact clinic to book a tele consult.

For emergencies please
call 000.

It is the policy of this surgery not to inform or acknowledge any of your results over the phone. Please see your GP to discuss your results. Urgent matters and patient health reminders will be dealt with in accordance to our recall and reminder policies


EFMSC prides itself on the high calibre of customer service we provide, especially in the area of patient security, confidentiality, and right to privacy, dignity and respect.

It is important for patients telephoning our practice to have the urgency of their needs determined promptly. Our practice team try to obtain adequate information from the patient to assess whether the call is an emergency before placing the caller ‘on hold’.

All telephone calls should be answered by a member of the practice team using an approved/accepted greeting. Calls which are to be placed on hold are firstly asked if this is acceptable and sufficient time allowed for the caller to respond.

If the call is urgent, the practice staff member will refer to the appropriate action from the triage guide or alert a member of the clinical care team immediately.

Telephone calls from patients which are not urgent are directed according to the GPs telephone policy. All messages are returned within a timely fashion or by the end of the day.

Sensitivity is paid to the privacy and security of patient health information. Patients are identified using 3 approved patient identifiers before any personal information is discussed.

Alternative modes of communication are available for patients with specific needs, for example, TIS for patients with non-English speaking needs.

A comprehensive phone answering message is maintained and activated to advise patients of how to access medical care outside normal operating hours. This includes advising patients to call 000 if it is an emergency.

Staff are aware of alternative modes of communication that may be used by patients with a disability or special needs including the Translating and Interpreter Service (TIS) and the National Relay Service (NRS).

Important or clinically significant communications with or about patients are noted in the patients’ health record.

Electronic Communication

Our staff cannot always attend to emails within a timely matter, therefore we kindly request that for any urgent matters and appointments that patients call the practice. All other email matters will be tended to within 48 hours. Patients may receive a reminder SMS from time to time for appointments. If you don’t wish to receive an SMS
reminder please let our reception staff know.

In addition to this, staff will take messages for the doctors as consultants are not interrupted unless it is an emergency.

It would be appreciated if you inform the surgery in the event you are unable to keep an appointment. As we have a high demand for our service, we would like to utilise all our resources and offer your appointment time to another patient if possible.

Please note that a cancellation fee of $30.00 will apply if you fail to turn up to your appointment or cancel your appointment within 24 hours of appointment booking time.

These need to be booked and are necessary for formal medical examinations, full check-ups, pap smears, surgical procedures or if you need a longer consultation time with your doctor.

New patients are welcome at our practice.

Download our New Patient Registration Form »

We understand that sometimes patients need to see their doctor urgently for potential emergencies. Our surgery does accommodate for emergencies – please call in advance where possible. Patients will be triaged and appointments made depending on the urgency of the problem.

Are provided only in exceptional circumstances. After Hours (Bulk Billed): 13 26 60 DoctorDoctor

All our patients have the right and are encouraged to participate in decisions about their healthcare.

Our practice regularly engages with local health services such as specialists, allied health & hospitals. If required, your GP will provide them with sufficient information to plan and facilitate patient care

If you do not have a Medicare number for your newborn at the time of consultation with your doctor we cannot bulk-bill this consultation. You will be charged a consultation fee which you can claim from Medicare when they issue a new card. Please inform staff once you have received the card so that your child’s next visit can be bulk-billed.

  • Pap Smears
  • Paediatric care
  • Diabetic care
  • Immunisations
  • Asthma care
  • Mental Health
  • Men’s Health
  • Podiatry
  • Women’s Health
  • Weight Loss Management
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Children’s Health
  • Health Assessments
  • ECG
  • Skin Checks
  • Minor procedures
  • Physiotherapy
  • Pathology
  • Nurse Support

A range of health information pamphlets is also available in the waiting room.

We are able to arrange an interpreter if required.

This surgery is committed to providing quality health care for our patients, and we recognise the importance of ensuring our patients are fully informed and involved in their health care.

We are bound by the National Privacy Principles. These principles set the standards for the way we handle personal information collected from our patients. A copy of the Privacy Act is displayed in the waiting room. Our staff are bound by strict confidentiality
requirements as a condition of their employment.

When you first attend our surgery we ask you to fill out a patient details and consent form. This will enable us to contact you, your next of kin, or if in case of unavailability of response, leave a message on your answering machine with your permission, for any medical emergencies/reminders/recalls. It also enables us to SMS, write to, or call you with regard to recalls and reminders. You have the option to opt-out of non-urgent recalls and reminders. Please contact the Practice Staff if you wish so.

We advise that as a patient of this surgery you have rights of access to any information we hold concerning you. Should you wish to access this information, we refer you to the Freedom of Information (FOI) request under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (VIC).

Your medical record is a confidential document. It is the policy of this surgery to maintain security of personal health information at all times and to ensure that this information is only available to authorised members of staff.

To ensure patient confidentiality NO results or acknowledgement of results is given over the phone. You will have signed off on this on your new patient form. Results and ongoing medical care are best discussed in consultation with your doctor.

Read our privacy policy »

To make an appointment call (03) 8402 0400 or

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