Wheatbelt General Practice Aboriginal Health was opened in July 2010 and is located inside the Wheatbelt Aboriginal Health Building, 65 Wellington Street, Northam.

Dr Latt is employed as the General Practitioner in Northam.

Dr Aumarah is available as a General Practitioner in Northam (Thursdays only).

Dr Foster is employed as the General Practitioner in Narrogin.


Opening Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday    
8.30am to 4.30pm


08 9690 2824     Fax: 08 9690 2850




65 Wellington Street
Inside Wheatbelt Aboriginal Health Building

Postal Address

PO Box 781

Consultation Fees

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Patients with valid Medicare Card - Bulk Billed

Children Under 16 - Bulk Billed

Pensioners and applicable Concession Card Holders - Bulk Billed

Immunisations, Revisits and Prescription Repeats - Bulk Billed

Our General Practitioners also offer:

Commercial Drivers Medical Checks - $148.50 (inc GST)

Standard Drivers Medical Checks - $88 (inc GST)

Pre-employment Medical Checks commence at $137.50 (inc GST)


New Patient Form - download and email to aboriginalhealth@wheatbelt.com.au or take to receptionist.

Patient Information Form

Patient Feedback - please give us your anonymous feedback about our practice.
Download the feedback sheet and email to aboriginalhealth@wheatbelt.com.au or print and post to
Wheatbelt General Practice Aboriginal Health, PO Box 781 Northam, WA 6401

Complaints Form  - Wheatbelt General Practice would genuinely like to know if you have a concern or suggestion about any aspect of our service. We appreciate it is not always easy to make a complaint, but we would ask you to fill out the first page of the complaint form. This written documentation enables us to investigate the procedure or person that your complaint involves. Please email to central@wheatbelt.com.au or mail to Wheatbelt General Practice, PO Box 781, Northam  WA  6401.  

Transfer of Medical Records Form

Closing the Gap - Care Co-ordination and Supplementary Services (CCSS) Program - Referral and Consent Form

Flu Vaccine Information Sheet & Consent Form


Link to Website

Translating and Interperting Service (TIS)
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) provides the TIS National interpreting service for people who do not speak English and for the English speakers who need to communicate with them. TIS National has more than 30 years of experience in the interpreting industry, and has access to over 1750 contracted interpreters across Australia, speaking more than 170 languages and dialects. TIS National is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for any person or organisation in Australia requiring interpreting services.

Link to Website

National Auslan Interpreter Booking and Payment Service (NABS)
NABS provides interpreters to any person who uses sign language to communicate and would like an interpreter for private medical appointments. It is free of charge to Sign Language users and medical and health care practitioners. All interpreting services to Aboriginal and Islander Sign Language users are provided free of charge for both public and private health appointments.
Bookings for interpreting services can be made for both deaf adults and deaf children. This includes situations where there is a deaf adult and a hearing child or a hearing adult and a deaf child attending a private medical consultation. NABS also provides interpreters for deaf/blind people.
NABS operates nationally between the hours of 8am to 8pm, Monday to Friday and from 8am to 1pm on Saturday, excluding all national Public Holidays.
Please click on the link to the left to go to the website to book an appointment.

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Brochure produced by The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.

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    Updated 6 February 2015
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