As permitted by DHHS, Dr Tim Wood’s consultations are an essential service and his rooms remain open for either face to face or telehealth sessions during Stage 4 Restrictions.

Dr Wood’s rooms have enacted a stringent COVID Safe Plan, as per DHHS guidelines, to minimise any infection risk on site.

Dr Wood runs a solo practice which only comprises of himself and his secretary, with his rooms having direct access to the outdoor car park.

We kindly request you if you develop any COVID symptoms, not to attend and get tested. These symptoms include:

More information regarding COVID symptoms can be found at: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/victorian-public-coronavirus-disease-covid-19#what-are-the-symptoms-of-coronavirus-covid-19

FAQs

How do I get there by car?

Glenferrie Private Hospital is situated opposite the Glenferrie Oval and former home of the Hawthorn Football Club on the corner of Hilda and Linda Crescents. Access to Dr Wood’s rooms is via the Linda Crescent entrance to the hospital (see aerial photo). Car parking can be found either in the car park across the road from the hospital or on the street outside Dr Wood’s consulting rooms. Please observe parking restriction notices.

How do I get there by train?

Glenferrie Station is on the Lilydale, Ringwood and Belgrave lines. It is a five to ten minute walk from the station to Glenferrie Private Hospital by walking down Glenferrie Road and turning left into Linda Crescent at the Coles Supermarket (see aerial photo).

How do I get there by tram?

Tram 16 runs along Glenferrie Road. There is a tram stop at Glenferrie Railway Station where patients should alight and then walk down Linda Crescent which comes off Glenferrie Road.

Do I need a referral?

Please obtain a referral from your local doctor or specialist to see Dr Wood and bring this with you to your first appointment.

What should I bring to the appointment?

Please bring any x-rays or other scans (e.g. ultrasound or MRI) to your appointment including the results. Please try to wear comfortable clothing so that adequate examination of the relevant body part can be carried out. For example this might include some shorts to wear if you have a knee condition.

What type of injuries or conditions does Dr Wood see?

Dr Wood sees a broad range of sporting and non-sporting injuries affecting all parts of the body. He has a particular interest in acute sports injuries. Through his sixteen year involvement at the Australian Open and Tennis Australia, he has expertise in managing tennis injuries. He also sees injuries involving the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand, the spine including neck and lower back, hips, groin, knee, shin, ankle and foot. Finally Dr Wood can assist those individuals with chronic conditions, e.g. diabetes, asthma, or osteoarthritis, who wish to engage in an exercise program.

Do you have wheelchair access?

Yes.

What payment methods do you accept?

This practice accepts EFTPOS, Visa and MasterCard,  as well as cash. Please note that payment is required on the day of the consultation.

Does Dr Wood consult anywhere else apart from Hawthorn?

Yes, Dr Wood consults fortnightly on Fridays in Barwon Heads at 13th Beach Health Services. Please call 52542668 for an appointment.