We Look After your Practice

with support services, including IT systems.

Remote and Onsite Support

when you need it the most.

Experienced at Training

staff in the use of Medical, and Appointment/Billing Software.

New Computers & Software installation

We can set up and configure entire Medical Centre networks.

We streamline your practice

with time saving services and by limiting staff to their applicable IT roles.

We Look After Doctors

IT4Doctors provides IT and other support services to Medical Centres, Specialist Practices and to doctors.

Experienced & Effective

Since 2011, IT4Doctors has been monitoring entire practice systems, on site and remotely.

Save Time, Save Money

We are focused on efficiency within a practice, and on strictly limiting staff to role applicable access.

What They are Saying...

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Met Matt on Best Practice forum. He had great answers regarding my problems/issues with Best Practice. Needed to have new Server, discussed, with him - I was able get a great deal for my Dell server. To install / commission change over to new server, he came all the way from Queensland to Shepparton, VICTORIA. He finished all commissioning work in 2 days ( with no down time). In 5 years since commissioning new server he continues to offer great IT support, always available and promptly fixing issues. This entire period there was no time loss due to server down time in this seven day per week medical practice. His fees are very reasonable, Quality of support has no match. I would very strongly recommend him for any IT work. His contract is so open you can walk away any time you want. (I am sure you will regret Later). I wish him all the best.

Dr Khalid Nawab, Sana Medical Centre, Shepparton Victoria Sana Medical Centre
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We had Matt replace our entire computer system two years ago and they have been great. We have found Matt to be extremely helpful in that time.

Andrea – Practice Manager, Dr E David Gibson (Retired), Obs Gynae St Vincents Dr E David Gibson (Retired)

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