Clinic Update – Covid-19 Clinic Precautions
These are strange times and we are extremely thankful we’re still able to see patients at the clinic and to carry out all procedures. That being said, we have been closely monitoring the Covid-19 situation and want to assure you, we have been taking extra precautions the last couple of months to protect our patients and our team.
What you need to know before booking or attending an appointment
To assure we keep our space safe for everyone from Covid-19, please answer these pre-appointment survey questions
• In the last 14 days, have been overseas or in any Australian hotspots?
• Have you been in contact with someone who is unwell, is self-isolating or has a confirmed case of Covid-19?
• Are you unwell in any way, with cold or flu symptoms like a sore throat, fever, a cough, shortness of breath or loss of smell?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, please hold off booking an appointment or reschedule your existing appointment for everyone’s safety.
What you need to know when you visit the clinic
We encourage patients and visitors to follow these guidelines issued by NSW Health:
• Use hand sanitiser before visiting the clinic and the one in reception on arrival
• Wear a mask
• Confirm with our team that you are feeling 100% well
Our team has the CovidSafe app and we ask visitors to download it and enable the app so it’s running during your visit so we can protect each other.
Can I have a virtual consult?
Ideally, it’s good to attend appointments in person so you can meet with Dr Hunt and discuss your goals, future procedure and to undergo an examination, if necessary. That being said, we are happy to offer virtual consults for those who are unable to travel at to the clinic at this time. For more information on this service, please contact the clinic. Virtual Consultations and Tele consults range from video calls via Facetime, Skype and Zoom as well as a good old-fashioned phone call. If you would like to book in to talk to Dr Hunt, please fill in this contact form and a member of the team will be in touch. Alternatively, please call 1300 157 200.
The clinic is open from 9am till 5pm Monday to Friday. Please call 1300 157 200 if you have any questions.
Future Covid-19 Updates
We are closely monitoring the situation and will be posting more updates for our patients as soon as we are aware of any changes. Please keep an eye on Dr Hunt’s social media channels for ongoing updates.
For more information about Covid-19 in Australia, click here.
We appreciate your understanding during this difficult time, please feel free to contact us should you have any questions or concerns. Stay safe.
About Dr Jeremy Hunt – Plastic Surgeon
He is a member of FRACS & ASPS and has over 20 years of experience providing plastic surgery in Sydney.
Careful, considerate and honest, Dr Jeremy Hunt works with you to find a solution that is optimal for your body and your lifestyle.
Dr Hunt’s personal, one-on-one service and attention to detail has given thousands of women and men from the Sydney & Wollongong NSW area and across Australia the aesthetic results they desire.
Dr Hunt’s qualifications and education
Dr Jeremy A Hunt MBBS FRACS graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine degree from Sydney University in 1990 and is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgery. He completed a Fellowship at the prestigious University of Texas in the United States, where he learnt from some of the world’s very best plastic surgeons.
Next Step – Make an Enquiry or Request a consultation with Dr Hunt
Want more information before scheduling your consultation?
- Find out more about pricing, medical payment plans and paying for your surgery
- Request more information about the procedure – call on 1300 157 200 or contact us
If plastic surgery is something you’re considering, Dr Hunt can thoroughly explain all the options to you in a one-on-one consultation.
- Make an Enquiry or Request a consultation with Dr Hunt
*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health professional.