On-call arrangements

Dr Flannery’s consulting rooms are behind the Buderim Private Hospital to ensure she is readily available to care for her patients.

From time to time, due to the unpredictable and demanding nature of providing clinical care, Dr Flannery may be called away urgently to tend to a patient. This may mean your appointment is delayed, or even, rarely, cancelled. Dr Flannery and her support staff will always endeavour to keep you informed of any potential delays, and you are welcome to contact her clinic before appointments to confirm they are running on time.

To provide her patients with quality, round-the-clock care, Dr Flannery shares an on-call weekend and leave roster with her highly qualified colleagues, Dr Kelvin Larwood, Dr James Orford, Dr George Bogiatzis, Dr Kristen Morrow and Dr Kylie Isaacs. Please speak with one of Dr Flannery’s reception staff if you have any questions regarding the on-call roster.

Preparing for appointments

Along with your Medicare and private health insurance details, please bring any relevant documents to your appointment such as:

  • ultrasound or CT scans
  • blood test results
  • referral letters.

If you are unable to make your appointment, we would appreciate it if you are able to let us know at least 24 hours before so we can allocate it to another patient.


As we do not provide a bulk billing service, our patients are charged a fee for each consultation, some of which is rebatable through Medicare. Dr Flannery’s fees are well below the Australian Medical Association’s recommendations.

For births and surgical procedures, Dr Flannery participates in a ‘No-gap’ arrangement with most private health insurance providers. For your own peace of mind, please check your level of cover with your health insurer prior to any procedure.

To gain a full estimate of potential fees involved with your treatment or surgery, please contact our reception staff.

Privacy Policy

Dr Nerida Flannery’s Practice is committed to ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of all personal information affiliated with our business undertakings.

Our Practice follows the terms and conditions of privacy and confidentiality in accordance with the Australian Privacy Principles as per schedule 1 of the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 (Cth), forming part of the Privacy Act 1988 (“the act”).  

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to clearly communicate how Dr Nerida Flannery’s Practice       collects and manages personal information.  

Our Privacy Policy is current as at 1, November 2017.  If we need to make changes to our policy, processes and systems in relation to how we handle your personal information we will update this Privacy Policy to reflect any changes. Those changes will be available on our website and in the practice.  

If you have any queries or complaints, please use the following contact details: