• Appointments are available with all Doctors and Allied Health.
  • Each patient and family member requiring a consultation should have their own appointment time slot.
  • If unable to attend an appointment please advise Reception, this will allow us to provide that appointment to another patient in need.
  • Appointments are given priority.
  • Walk in’s can be accommodated, however waiting times will vary each day.
  • Online appointments are available.
  • Non-attendance for online bookings for 2 visits, may have you suspended for online bookings.
  • Appointments should made for Care Plans, Childhood Immunisations, Pap smears.
  • If you require a long consultation please call reception to organise.

Our Fee's

We are a bulk billing medical practice Monday – Saturday. Please bring your Medicare card and Concession card with you to your appointment. 
We are Mixed Billing on Sundays and Public Holidays and continuing to Bulk Bill the following patients:
  • All children under 16 years of age
  • All patients 70 years of age and over
  • Patients with a Centrelink Concession Card, Pensioner Concession Card or Commonwealth Seniors Health Care Card
  • Veterans with a Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) white or gold card
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients
For all other patients see below table of fees for Sunday and Public Holidays. 

Consultation Fee’s for Sundays, Public Holidays and Private Patients


Medicare Rebate

Out of Pocket Cost

*Face to Face standard$70$53.65$16.35
*Face to Face long consultation$110$92.00$18.00
*Telehealth standard consultation$60$41.20$18.80
All new patients and inactive patients will be charged the full private fee for their first visit Monday to Sunday.


House calls are available to existing regular patients as per our Doctors discretion for chronic or palliative medical management. All effort should be made to bring the patient to the Centre because emergency and full medical equipment required for treatment cannot be available at house calls.

After Hours

Our practice uses a deputising service.
In cases of emergency, please ring 000 for an ambulance or proceed to your nearest hospital – Blacktown Hospital or Baulkham Hills Private Hospital.


What is MyMedicare?

MyMedicare is a new Commonwealth Government initiative. It is a voluntary registration system that allows you to formally register with us as your usual general practice and preferred GP. This registration aims to strengthen the relationship between you, your GP, and the team in order to provide you continuity of care.

Benefits to our patients include:  

  • Enhanced continuity of care and better information about our patients
  • Availability of longer telephone appointments
  • Online prescriptions and referrals for our regular patients
  • Expanded bulk billing for some patients

You can register with us by:

  • Most preferably, apply online via the Medicare app or Medicare online website
  • Respond to an online invitation we will send you via Healthengine

Medical Certificates

Medical certificates are legal documents. These certificates cannot be issued retrospectively.

Medical Records and Privacy

All medical records are strictly confidential and the contents cannot be disclosed to anyone without your consent or where justified by law. Our Centre complies with the Privacy Act 1988 including the ways we collect, store, use and disclose health information.

Referral to Specialist

To ensure the best management we like to discuss your condition with you before referring you to a specialist. Please note we are not permitted by law to backdate specialist referrals, so please ensure that you have a current referral before you see the specialist.


The Practice is at times involved with Universities and other institutions in conduct of research. Although clinical information is used, no names or any other means of identification is used.

Practice meetings

To maintain and constantly improve the standard of practice regular meetings are held between the Practice Staff and the Doctors to discuss suggestions and complaints made by the patients.

Reminder and Recall system

Recalls and reminders are organised by the practice to maintain continuity of your health care.
Recalls are notifiable by SMS, phone call or letter.


If you have any suggestions to improve the Practice, you are invited to speak to the Doctor directly. We believe that problems are best dealt with in the Practice. However if you feel the need to discuss the matter further, you can write to the Director of the Centre and if still not satisfied you can contact the Health Care Complaints Commission – whose details are:
Locked Mail Bag 18, Strawberry Hills NSW 2012 Ph : (02) 9219 7444