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A collection of interersting stories on the history of general practices across Australia recounted by GPs.
Our story will take in a little personal history, but the emphasis will be on the development of the practice through various stages to a model that many have chosen to emulate
Dr William Dickinson started in medical practice in Box Hill in 1883, just one year after the steam train came to the area
The Medical Practice at Claremont started at the end of 1896 and saw its last patients on 4 February, 2011
It has been difficult to establish the exact time when the property at 248 Queens Parade first became the site of a medical practice
The history of the Diamond Creek Medical Centre could not be complete without a short account of the doctors who have preceded it, but unfortunately few records of the early days still exist
The first medical practitioner to come to the town was William McTaggart Dorsey, who arrived in 1842. Dorsey was probably the first doctor to practise in Queensland
The first practice in the area was first established in Wooloowin around 1932 by Dr John Leslie Dart
The practice dates back to the 1920s, when two local doctors put up their plate in this little seaside town
The early history of the Port Augusta medical practice was not easy to find, and we are indebted to the Port Augusta Public Library and Community Information Service for their help
In 1894, on land situated opposite Chinese market gardens Dr John Johnstone moved into a residence he had designed to be his home and surgery
In the mid 1920s Leslie and Ellen purchased a house at 278 Wingrove Street, Fairfield, in Melbourne and set up a ‘lodge’ medical practice in the front rooms of the house
By May 1894, the newly gazetted town of Wyalong had its first doctors, with Dr Dowe and Dr A Grieves setting up practice
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