Alice Specialised Medicine will be CLOSED
from 4pm MONDAY 17th December
until 9am MONDAY 21st January 2019.
Limited reception cover only will be provided between the 21st January – 24th January 2019
Dr Mitchell will return on Thursday 24th January 2019
We would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy and safe Christmas and a healthy 2019.
Should you need information please contact the Practice Manager Susie Leister 0427 818 850.
We have positions vacant for a Practice Nurse and a Receptionist, please contact email@example.com for more information.
About Alice Travel Medicine
When you come to ASM you will receive the best possible care and follow-up. Dr Deb Mitchell will fully discuss any treatment required and address questions or concerns, while respecting your privacy.
ASM will provide you with a caring and supportive environment where the health of your family is our primary concern. We strive to deliver health services that exceed the standards set by the industry.
Doctor Deb Mitchell
Position: General Practitioner & Practice Principle
Musculoskeletal Medicine, Grad Cert Clinical Rehabilitation, Grad Cert Clinical Dermoscopy, Primary Certificate in Skin Cancer Medicine, & Skin Cancer Surgery & Skin Cancer Therapeutics making her approximately halfway through a Masters in Skin Cancer medicine.
Dr. Deb Mitchell has been working in an around Alice Springs for the last 18 years. She has worked in various roles over the years, including time at the Alice Springs Hospital, Remote Health as a District Medical Officer, locum GP in Central Australia and Arnhem Land. In 2006, Deb co-founded Alice Springs Family Medical Centre. Her main clinical interests include musculoskeletal medicine, skin procedures and skin cancer checks, women’s health, shared antenatal care and fertility issues and mental health.
Travel Health Information
Travel consults need to be confirmed & every attempt will be made to accommodate requests for appointments in a timely manner. We stock all vaccines on site however please be mindful most vaccinations take up to 3 weeks to seroconvert. If catch up schedules are...read more