Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do GPs find your service

  • The directory was created in 2004 by the Bayside GP Network and remains iconic with Bayside GPs. It was also extended and updated in conjunction with the Peninsula and Dandenong Casey Divisions of General Practice, soon after.

    It is supported by a print version that is hand delivered to every Bayside GP annually.

    GPs can place the Directory within Medical Director.

    GPs can add the Directory into their bookmarks in both Medical Director and their Browser. Practice Managers can also do the same.

    The search function is both accurate and fast.

    GPs can find you by quickly and easily by name, location, specialty group or business practice name.

  • How many GPs use the Directory

  • The Specialists Directory service is offered as an online service and freely available to local GPs. It has been strongly promoted over the years through ongoing patronage starting in 2004.

    A smartly bound and presented paper version of the directory is also hand delivered to GPs in the Bayside area annually and it is being considered to extend the paper directory to other areas in the future.

    The online local area marketing tool is the quickest most accurate way for you to be found by local GPs. Nothing like it anywhere. A single point of reference Directory.

  • What is the subscription period?

  • Subscriptions run on an annual basis from 1 January to 31 December each year.


    Subscribers who are live on 8 February each year, will be published in the printed directory.

  • Where is the Specialists Directory circulated

  • Bayside
    It reaches the suburbs of Aspendale, Aspendale Gardens, Beaumaris, Black Rock, Braeside, Brighton, Brighton East, Chelsea, Chelsea Heights, Cheltenham, Cheltenham North, Dingley, Hampton, Highett, Mentone, Mordialloc, Parkdale and Sandringham. It also reaches parts of Bentleigh, East Bentleigh, Edithvale, Elsternwick, Heatherton, Moorabbin, Moorabbin East and Patterson Lakes.

    The Directory is a business to business health solution designed to give far more information than any other specialist’s directory on the market.

    Dandenong Casey
    This includes the suburbs of Dandenong, Noble Park, Doveton, Hallam, Hampton Park, Keysborough, Lyndhurst, Bangholme, Cranbourne, Narre Warren and Berwick.

    The Specialist Directory has been a destination for local GPs who require up-to-date and comprehensive information on local specialists.


    This includes the suburbs of Mount Eliza, Frankston, Bonbeach, Chelsea, Chelsea Heights, Edithvale, Carrum, Patterson Lakes, Seaford, Carrum Downs, Langwarrin, Baxter, Somerville, Tyabb, Hastings, Bittern, Crib Point and including the Portsea Peninsula.

    Started in the Peninsula area in 2007, the Specialist Directory has been a destination for local GPs who require up-to-date and comprehensive information on local specialists.

  • Why Subscribe

  • The Bayside GP Specialists Directory is iconic. The directory was launched in 2004 by the Bayside GP Network and remains arguably the most relevant specialist directory in the Bayside area.

    The Directory is available online to all local GPs and Practice Managers in your networking area.

    GPs and Practice Managers can upload the Directory into Medical Director.

    Specialists who run as a business group or business practice can market themselves under their business name and their individual names. For example you can feature 'Bayside Neurology', 'Melbourne Specialists Centre', as well as individual name searches.

    The online Directory has significant marketing features, gives GPs advanced search functions and is easy to use.

    With the increasing numbers of Locums and new Part-time GPs coming into General Practice, the Directory is now more important than ever before. For the first time a dedicated and truly targeted match of GPs needs and Specialists services are available in one place.

    Specialists can update and change their details online as often as needed.

    The Directory is a proven, credible source of Specialist information with full search functionality making it relevant to the needs of local GPs.

    Standardised fields ensure that the information is consistent, accurate, and offering unrivalled levels of search functionality.