Dr Larry Brash, Consultant Psychiatrist

Welcome to the website of Newcastle psychiatrist, Dr. Larry Brash.

This website contains:

  1. Location details:
    including a map to help you find my office.

  2. Facilities:
    Plenty of off-street parking, including two disability parking spaces.

  3. Fees
    Information about payment of fees, Medicare gaps, Safety Net payments. Updated on 1st November each year. We have on-line Medicare claiming. You will receive your Medicare Rebate straight into your bank account and will not need to visit Medicare for a refund.

  4. Practice policies:
    including confidentiality issues, and various administrative matters.

  5. Contact details:
    including an email form.

  6. My Curriculum Vitae:
    including my qualifications, career details and clinical interests.

Our office is situated at:

Unit 8 (upstairs)
149 Ambleside Circuit
Lakelands, NSW, 2284.
For details about finding our office: Click Here

Practice News:

Change in office location

We are in the process of moving from Lakelands to Wallsend. We will opening there on the 30th of October.

The reason for this change (reluctantly on our part), is that our office has a new owner who wishes to use the premises himself. After looking at several potential offices in the Warners Bay/Cardiff area, we have found suitable consulting rooms at Wallsend.

Our new consulting rooms are in: HB Rehab, 147, Nelson St St, Wallsend, NSW 2287 Website.

The new office is on the ground floor, with easy wheelchair access. Council parking areas are within 100 metres of the office.

Our new phone number will be available soon. In the interim, please ring this temporary number: 0447 574 061.

How to find our office at HB Rehab, Wallsend

Change in office hours

With the change of office, I will be finishing work earlier than I currently do, now at 5pm, Monday to Thursday, and 12.30pm on Friday.

Watch the spot for details as they become available.

Holidays in 2016

I will take a Christmas break from 23rd December until 9th January 2017.

New DVA Patients

As of mid-November 2015, I no longer see new Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) patients because the number of highly detailed reports that DVA now require.

It was with deep regret that I have had to make this difficult decision. I will, of course, continue to see existing DVA patients.

When am I retiring?

I have no immediate plans for retirement, but I do plan to gradually cut back my working hours over the next few years.

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