EDcare Accident and Emergency Service

Coronavirus (COVID-19) UPDATE – as at 9am Fri 15 May


Any South Australian who has a fever or respiratory symptoms consistent with coronavirus (no matter how mild), including unexplained loss of taste or smell, is welcome to attend the clinic for assessment and testing. No GP referral is required at this clinic. It is a Walk-in Service.

Please DO NOT come to the Summit Health Centre.

The Clinic is located on the opposite side of the hospital in the OLD DAY CARE CENTRE accessible via GATE 3.

It is open 9am – 5pm, seven days a week but closed between 12 and 1 for lunch break. There is no phone number at this stage.

Directions are on the front door of the hospital, you cannot get there via the hospital main entrance so please do not enter the hospital. There are yellow footsteps from the main entrance of the Hospital to the COVID-19 Clinic.

Visit The SA COVID-19 website for up to date information.



EDcare Accident and Emergency Service provides the local community with access to doctors and nurses 24/7.

Doctors from across the Adelaide Hills and surrounding areas work together to provide the community with urgent 24 hour medical assistance.

The EDcare Accident and Emergency Service is located at the Mt Barker Hospital.


Non Concession: Gap $40.00

Concession Card Holders and Pensioners: Gap $20.00

The total fee for your visit will depend on the service provided.

For consultations where reception is present full payment on the day is required. EFTPOS and Medicare Easyclaim and facilities enabling your rebate to be paid directly into your account on the day of your visit are available.
For consultations where reception is not present an account will be sent to you the day after your visit.


Appointments cannot be made in advance as this is a walk-in service only.

Open 24/7


COVID-19 Update

Due to South Australia's excellent work in limiting the spread of COVID-19 we are pleased to advise that from Tuesday 9 June
GPcare will be offering both Telehealth (phone consult) and face-to-face appointments.

We will continue to check temperatures and ask a couple of questions on arrival.

For face-to-face appointments we ask that you arrive as close as possible to your appointment time to minimise the number of people in our waiting areas.
Where possible we ask you to come by yourself or with one support person.

If you are booking a face-to-face appointment you will be asked screening questions on the phone
so we can determine how best to manage your visit; to protect our patients, staff and doctors.

If you have a fever, cough, sore throat or runny nose we ask you to advise our staff;
and you will be provided with a face mask to wear for your appointment.

Face-to-face appointments can only be made by phoning GPcare on 1300 472 273;
otherwise for Telehealth consultations book online at gpcare.org.au.

Call 000 if you need urgent medical help.

For more information please go to the SA Health Website
or phone the Australian Government's Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.