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On the day of your appointment

Please carry the following documents with you:

  • Doctor/GP referral (if you haven’t sent it to us via email or the online form)
  • Medicare Card
  • Health Fund Card
  • Pension Card
  • Veterans Affairs Card (DVA)
  • Bring any test results that are relevant to the consultation (i.e. blood test results, stool test results, ultrasound report and film, x-ray report and film, CT report and film, and/or MRI report and film)

Please arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled appointment time as we need to gather your information prior to your consultation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find out more about Dr Suhirdan and his team

Are you looking for further information regarding your visit to our gastroenterology clinic? Get started on our patient information page and learn more about how you can prepare for your appointment or procedure.

Depending on the procedure you’ve been asked to undergo, you may need to find information on what you need to do to prepare your bowels. Make sure you confirm with your doctor what else you need to do to make sure you’re prepared for any procedure.

If you require more information about any conditions or symptoms related to your digestive system, you can visit our conditions page. You can also find more information on these conditions, dietary recommendations, treatment strategies and preventive methods on our blog.

If you are looking for reliable dietary recommendations, browse through our collection of fact sheets from The Gastroenterological Society of Australia (GESA), which is the leading governing body for gastroenterology and hepatology in Australia.

For more specific information, get in touch with us. You can also schedule an appointment at the Sydney Gut Clinic, where Dr Suhirdan Vivekanandarajah consults.