110 Commercial Rd, Morwell VIC 3840, Australia
110 Commercial Road Morwell VI
Doctor, Store, Health
(03) 5134 8366
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The staff are always carrying and find the answer to any problem I have
I needed a personal hearing test performed for Vic Roads commercial driving license. This establishment fitted me in today. I attended at 3pm and was seen on time. Quick look down my ear canal with the camera and then the test began. I was happy to pass and the specialist looked up the requirement for driving a commercial vehicle and completed the necessary paperwork for me. Only cost me $60. (15/12/16) Thanks all! 5/5 highly recommended.
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