Lake Grace

 Dr Timur Navruzov and Dr Ines Baptista are providing excellent healthcare for the communities of Lake Grace and Newdegate.

Dr Ines Baptista offers Women’s health procedures and gynae procedures. She loves working with Children and well as mental health care.

Dr Timur Navrozov has an extensive background in skin cancer medicine, Emergencvy medicine, minor procedures and rural general practice.

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Standard Consult – $90             Rebate $41.40

Long Consult $150                     Rebate $80.10

Extra Long $220                         Rebate $118

Telehealth appointments are also Privately charged at the rates above

Additional procedures

Mirena Insertion – $275.05  Rebate – $75.05

Implanon Insertion – $163.35   Rebate – $33.35

Implanon Removal – $206.85  Rebate – $56.85

Implanon re-insertion – $273.53  Rebate – $73.53

Skin biopsies (up to 3) – $150  + Consult Fee  Rebate – $48.90 – $85

Livingston Medical provides GP services, emergency medicine, surgery, skin cancer medicine and inpatient hospital services in Albany and many other rural areas.

We work alongside local hospitals, WACHS and local councils/shires to provide access to fantastic healthcare for rural people.

You may see the same GP or Doctor every time so you don’t have to keep explaining your medical queries!

What is a Rural Generalist Medical Practitioner?


Book your appointment at Lake Grace Medical Centre online or via phone.

The address is  338 Memorial Drive, Lake Grace 6353.

If using a satellite navigation system to find us, use 338 Memorial Drive, Lake Grace 6353.

Lake Grace Medical Centre is open Monday,  Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8.30am – 5pm.

For a Doctors appointment please call the Lake Grace Doctors Surgery at  (08) 9865 1208 or Book Online.

Rural Generalist Medicine is the provision of a broad scope of medical care by a doctor in the rural context that encompasses the following:

  • Comprehensive primary care for individuals, families and communities
  • Hospital in-patient care and/or related secondary medical care in the institutional, home or ambulatory setting
  • Emergency care
  • Extended and evolving service in one or more areas of focused cognitive and/or procedural practice as required to sustain needed health services locally among a network of colleagues
  • A population health approach that is relevant to the community

Working as part of a multi-professional and multi-disciplinary team of colleagues, both local and distant, to provide services within a ‘system of care’ that is aligned and responsive to community needs.

To enquire please email