It all started when two colleagues (and friends), Dr Eu Jern Tan and Dr Ken Lee, came together and shared a vision of the perfect clinic – a next-generation medical centre equipped with state-of-the-art technology, thoughtfully designed to optimise the practitioner’s ability to care and help patients on their wellbeing journey.
Partnering with the experts at Next Practice, Dr Tan and Dr Lee worked tirelessly over the last few months to create a healthcare space that is welcoming yet functional. Here, patients relax in a beautiful living room while waiting for their next appointment. Like-minded doctors and care providers collaborate and practise in bespoke clinic rooms.
Gone are the days of sterile doctor surgeries and cumbersome paper forms on clipboards. Next Practice Braddon reinvents the traditional medical centre by embracing modern ideas and technology, elevating the healthcare experience to a whole new level for practitioners and patients alike.
At Next Practice our mission, put simply, is to provide the best healthcare experience on the planet Earth!
Imagine walking into a welcoming, modern Living Room instead of a waiting room where you feel like a number. Imagine being greeted by a Patient Advocate instead of a receptionist. Imagine short wait times, zen-like designs, relaxing music, refreshments, iPad check-ins and more. Imagine A New Kind of healthcare.
Your journey starts at the click of a button with convenient booking online or via our Next Practice Patient App. Put your healthcare back into your hands - book and manage appointments, review prescriptions, set reminders for medication, track your health progress, view educational articles from your doctor and more... Our mission is to continually innovate to make your healthcare journey simpler and more convenient.
At Next Practice, we want to create pathways for those who may be facing challenges, providing them with the support and resources they need to succeed. That's why we’ve partnered with UNICEF Australia to support their maternal and neonatal health program in PNG. We call it our Next Aid initiative.
Over the next three years Next Practice have committed to providing funds that improve maternal, newborn and child healthcare, with a focus on contributing to Tetanus-Diphtheria vaccinations, helping children in the region to thrive and fulfil their potential.