Monday 6:30-8:15am and 3:30-7pm
Wednesday 6:30-8:15am and 3:30-7pm
Friday 6:30-8:15am and 3:30-7pm
Saturday Closed until further notice
Sunday Closed until further notice
for those with a drug dependency
Call 9901 4231 or email email@example.com
Our mission is to reduce the harm associated with problematic drug and alcohol use on individuals and their families.
Everybody has the right to quality of life. Addiction is a chronic relapsing condition that requires long-term intensive support.
Herbert St Private offers a drug substitution programme carried out under close monitoring with regular assessments.
Flexibility of dosing hours means those people who work, have childcare needs or appointments to keep can arrive early, from 6:30am to 8:15am, or later on, from 3:30pm to 7:00pm.
Our everyday care
Our dedicated team of Registered Nurses, all with extensive experience in the Drug & Alcohol field, are here to help and advise wherever practical.
Our nurses monitor for stabilisation on daily medication until the patient reaches optimal dosing and regular doctor consultations are scheduled.
Our Services include:
Drug Dependency treatment
Detox and rehab referrals
Dental treatment assistance
Smoking cessation program
Dr Janelle Hall
Dr Janelle is the clinic's Medical Director.
She is also a GP and is available for Telehealth consultations by arrangement. Contact her via SMS (messages only) on: 0499 993 689
Dr Janelle is here on Wednesday mornings and afternoons for in-person consultations, 6:30-7:30 and 3:30-6:30pm
$9 per daily dose and $11 per takeaway dose, payable at the time of dosing. We accept all major credit cards and EFTpos. When payments are made in advance, discounts may apply.
Where to find us
Herbert St Private Clinic is part of the Herbert Street Community Centre (Royal North Shore Hospital)
2c Herbert St, St Leonards
Entrance in Lanceley Ave
Call 9901 4231
Treatment at a glance
At the commencement of treatment close monitoring is important for appropriate stabilisation. This allows nursing and medical staff to adapt treatment until such time as the right dose is obtained. When the optimal dose is reached, withdrawal symptoms and cravings should be controlled.