About Our Practice
Our Aims & Mission
Victoria Harbour Medical Centre commenced practice on the 20th of September, 2004 and was the first medical centre in the Docklands. We are an inclusive general practice with the aim an mission to promote safe and high quality health care to our local residents, workers and visitors.
Victoria Harbour Medical Centre has been purpose built with two spacious waiting areas, 12 consulting rooms, a treatment room and a pathology collection room. There is a ramp entrance from Merchant Street for patients with impaired mobility.
An Accredited Practice
Victoria Harbour Medical Centre is proud to be AGPAL accredited. AGPAL is the leading provider of national general practice accreditation which assesses and measures standards of delivering safe and quality health care developed by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
All our doctors are vocationally trained and accredited general practitioners (GPs) and Fellows of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP).
Victoria Harbour Medical Centre is also committed to teaching and provides vocational training positions for doctors who are specialising in general practice. Every six months we have registrar doctors rotating through our practice to further their general practice experience. Registrars are fully qualified doctors and are supervised by Dr Marc Herington and Dr Gillian Porter.
We are easily accessible via public transport. Take tram routes 11 and 48 along Collins Street to stop D17 ( Collins Landing) or tram routes 35,70 or 75 to stop D3 ( Bourke Street/ Harbour Esplanade) or D4 ( Docklands Park/Harbour Esplanade) with only a short walk to Merchant Street.