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Face masks remain mandatory when you attend our practice in person. Videoconsultations are conducted via our dedicated virtual clinic to maximise patient and staff safety. Long consultations and our See and Treat service remain adjusted under our COVIDsafe plan to include the use of telehealth to minimise face to face time. We require that all patients provide a referral prior to booking an appointment so we can identify and manage urgent and emergency conditions in a timely manner, and so that Dr Tomlinson can assess your suitability for a telehealth appointment and identify any further information or investigations that might be required before your consultation. We are currently booking routine, non-urgent new patient appointments seven months ahead, and as such we recommend that patients with suspicious skin lesions (not biopsy proven skin cancers) seek biopsy and/or treatment from a provider with a shorter waiting list. Due to staff leave we will not have ear molding appointments available from Wednesday 5 October until Monday 7 November.   If you are eligible to get vaccinated and/or boosted, please do so. 

How do I "check in" to see Dr Tomlinson for my video consultation?

Written by jill@jilltomlinson.com on .

melbhandsurgerydoxymedrjilltomlinsonTo consult with Dr Tomlinson via video, first you need to use Chrome, Firefox, or Safari browser.  A camera and microphone are required if you are using a computer; you can also use a smartphone or tablet.

“Check-in” to see Dr Tomlinson in three simple steps:

  1. Click here to go to Dr Tomlinson's virtual clinic.
  2. Enter your name, click "Check-In".
  3. You are now in Dr Tomlinson's virtual waiting room. Dr Tomlinson will be with you shortly.

 These steps are outlined in the flyer below or can be viewed in this video

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This website is authored by Dr Jillian Tomlinson, a fully qualified plastic, reconstructive and hand surgeon who practices in Melbourne, Australia. This website aims to inform patients and health professionals about hand surgery, illness prevention and the practice philosophy of Dr Jill Tomlinson. This website's content is designed to complement, not replace, the relationship between a patient and his/her own doctor. The information is not intended to replace the advice of a health professional. This website does not host or receive funding from advertising or from the display of commercial content.