How to make an appointment
If you are a new patient you will need a referral from a doctor such as your General Practitioner, another specialist or an emergency department doctor.
Before you see Dr Martin the receptionist will ask you to fill in a brief outline of your problem in your own words as well as some general medical history. The receptionist will also ask you to fill out a form with up to date contact details and a privacy consent.
If you have previously seen Dr Martin for the same problem you can contact the clinic and ask for a follow up appointment. You may need a new referral if the old one has expired.
Dr Sam Martin
MBBS, FRACS, FA Orth A
ABN : 393 577 67291
Provider No: 240 628 JK
Grafton Surgical Clinic
146 Fitzroy St
PO BOX 257 Grafton
Fax number 02 66426653
Dr Sam Martin
Dr Sam Martin provides a general orthopaedic service to the community. He has sub-specialist training, expertise and experience in hip and knee surgery.
He has worked as a specialist orthopaedic surgeon in the Clarence Valley region since he took up the position of visiting medical officer at Grafton Base Hospital and Maclean District Hospital in 2011.
Dr Sam Martin , Hip & Knee Surgeon
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