Dr Nick Tellis, Partridge Street General Practice and HotDoc

Partridge Street General Practice prides itself on good old fashioned care with all the modern technology mostly behind the scenes. HotDoc is the modern technology that’s not in the background!


Just imagine booking anytime, from anywhere, from your mobile phone or computer. This is the future – here now -all to make it easier for you. 

Dr Nick Tellis recently spoke with HotDoc – see what he had to say here

Remember, the Partridge Street General Practice team is here to help – and HotDoc is too!

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Time For You

Time. We all have the same amount – it’s the most valuable possession we have. There’s no shortage of tests, no shortage of specialists and procedures – spend time choosing wisely. When you spend your time with your GP, get the most out of it. Be prepared, have your questions, have your say – use your time!

See Your GP here at Partridge Street General Practice. 

R U OK? Join the team at Partridge Street General Practice!

It’s a great time to be a GP in Australia at the moment. We live in an affluent First World country with good social services and welfare and a strong public health safety net. It’s peaceful, spacious, and even the winter cold feels good after the warm summer! 

Sunny Glenelg

It’s also easy to focus on the challenges of being a GP in Australia at the moment. Medicare rebates are frozen, the system is not perfect, politicians and big business seem to have GPs in their sights, and our patients still have high expectations of us. Where there are challenges there are opportunities and I think that GPs can and will step up to find solutions and thrive. 


Partridge Street General Practice is a General Practice with an established patient base in a beautiful old house close to Adelaide’s famous Glenelg Beach. It’s a diverse area, with old and young and everyone in between, as well as tourists and travellers, especially when that sun comes out! We provide professional, empowering, comprehensive primary health care to this area and we think this is a pretty awesome challenge. 

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We’re meeting this challenge by recruiting great GPs who want to do great work in our great practice. We offer:
πŸ˜€ Healthy work-life balance
πŸ˜€ Practice in one of the most beautiful parts of South Australia
πŸ˜€ SA owned and operated Clinic with a Great Team
πŸ˜€ Plenty of Patients
πŸ˜€ A strong Teaching Focus

Teaching is in our DNA

Our practice is fully computerised and as paperless as we can make it, AGPAL accredited, with a strong teaching ethos supported by a great nursing team who assist with Chronic Disease Management and Treatment room duties. Our team delivers an efficient and friendly medical service to our patients and our GPs.
Partridge Street General Practice is a mixed billing practice with bulk billed and private accounts for services. This allows 15 minute appointments as a base. We’re proud to offer the time for:

πŸ˜€ Women’s Health, Mirenas, and Implanons
πŸ˜€ Mental Health Care and Counseling 
πŸ˜€ Skin Cancer Medicine and Surgery
πŸ˜€ Travel Medicine and Immunisations
πŸ˜€ Iron Infusions

Our Nurses, Cheryl and Jeanette – part of a great team!

Our patients will be as important to you as they are to us, they are the foundation and the focus of Partridge Street General Practice!  

Be part of the future here at Partridge Street General Practice. Enjoy the autonomy of private practice while retaining the collegiality and teaching ethos that is so important to all of us. R U OK…or could you be Better? 
Email drnicktellis@gmail.com or pop in to have a coffee and a chat!

Service with a Smile

Why do Men taking Viagra get More Skin Cancers?


Men who use Viagra seem to have a higher incidence of skin cancer! Why?

Have a look here.

At Partridge Street General Practice we believe an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Your skin is the largest organ of your body and Australia has the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. How can we help you?



Firstly, be SUNSMART.Β 



– stay more in the shade

– wear a protective hat (I like the Chappell style broad brimmed cricket hat)

– cover up, long sleeved loose fitting clothing keeps you cool and keeps you safe

– sunglasses (also keep you cool 😎)

– sunscreen (SPF>30, re-apply every 2 hrs)

– limit your time in the sun (is there an app for that?)






Skin cancers can be split into two main groups, melanoma skin cancers (MSC) and non-melanoma skin cancers (NMSC). Β If you have a close family member with melanoma, or you’ve had a past melanoma, you’re at increased risk of melanoma. If you’ve had non-melanoma skin cancer before the age of 40, you’re at increased risk of melanoma. However, you’re far more likely to have NMSC than melanoma and these are the NMSC risk factors:




– fair complexion

– you burn rather than tan

– light eye colour

– light or red hair

– over 40 years old

– male

– multiple solar keratoses

– high levels of ultraviolet exposure

– previous NMSC (60% of those diagnosed with NMSC will have another within 3 years)

– immunosuppression



So we’ve covered prevention – what next? If you’re in one of the risk groups above or if you’ve got an area of skin you’re concerned about, check it out and write it down.





Then see Dr Nick Mouktaroudis here at Partridge Street General Practice for a comprehensive skin check and treatment plan.




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Look after yourself – we’re here to help!



Β Any other questions? You can see any of our Great GPs rightΒ here:

Dr Gareth Boucher

Dr Penny Massy-Westropp

Dr Monika Moy

Dr Katherine Astill

Dr Nick Mouktaroudis

Dr Nick Tellis


5 questions to ask your doctor before you get any test or treatment

It’s your health, your body, and your decision. Never feel you don’t have the final say! 

Ask Your GP!


– book all the time that you need

– feel free to bring a friend or a relative 

– write down any questions you’ve got

Remember, we’re here to help YOU at Partridge Street General Practiceright here!

How Does Homeopathy Work?

Australian General Practitioners undertake extensive training (see here) in Western medical approaches to health and illness. It’s also important to know what you don’t know. Therefore I have prepared a #FOAMed blog post on ‘how homeopathy works’.



Many people believe this:






If you want to know how homeopathy works, click here!



Remember, we’re here to help at PartridgeGP – say hi here!


If you are a GP and you would like to work at a great practice, in a great area, doing great evidence based things, for valued patients…


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