Your medical care, your way!
- Bulk billing available
- Telehealth video & phone appointments
- Open Saturdays
- Male and female doctors
- Interpreters available
DPV Health Medical Centres are located at Mill Park and Broadmeadows and are one of the largest and most established medical centres in the Northern suburbs of Melbourne.
DPV Health’s Medical Centres offer quality and comprehensive family-friendly doctor and allied health services to the local community.
Our vision is to provide professional and compassionate health care to individuals and families of all ages and backgrounds. To view our centre locations please see the bottom of the page for the location map.
- General practice
- Health assessments
- Vaccination & immunisations
- Chronic disease management
- Family planning
- Men’s & women’s health
- Minor surgical procedures
- Paediatric Services
- Skin clinic/skin checks
- Mental health support
- Workcover & TAC
- Allied health
See below to find out more information on services provided at the medical centres.
Bulk billing is available. All fees are set by individual doctors. Please enquiry about the fees at the time of making an appointment. Medical services for refugees and asylum seekers are at no cost to the patient. For patient information & fees click here.
The COVID-19 vaccination is now available at DPV Health Medical Centres in Mill Park and Broadmeadows and roaming pop-up sites near you. We are taking bookings for those who are eligible.
DPV Health is currently offering the AstraZeneca vaccine to:
- Quarantine and border workers
- All healthcare workers (public/private and acute/community-based services)
- Public and private sector aged care staff and residents
- Disability care staff and residents
- Household contacts of quarantine and border workers
- Critical and high-risk workers who are currently employed including defence, police, fire, emergency services and meat processing
- People aged 60 years and over
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 60 years and over
- Adults with an underlying medical condition or significant disability
- People deemed to be are vulnerable and at high risk of contracting or developing serious illness from COVID-19 (i)
- Residents of high-risk accommodation (ii)
- Corrections and detention staff and clients
- Customer-facing transport workers
The COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccine can be used in adults aged under 60 years where the benefits clearly outweigh the risk for that individual and the person has made an informed decision based on an understanding of the risks and benefits.
If you are aged between 50 to 59 years and have already had your first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine, and did not experience abnormal side effects, ATAGI recommends you still receive your second AstraZeneca dose. This will provide you with greater coverage against severe illness from COVID-19.
For more information on the AstraZeneca vaccine click here.
Pfizer vaccine will be offered to people aged 40-59 at Mill Park Medical Clinic from 12 July. Please call 1300 234 263 (press option 1) for further details or to book.
To check your eligibility click here.