Welcome to Mt Kuring-Gai Medical Centre
We are a general medical practice who believe in fully comprehensive treatment for the wellbeing of our patients. We are proud to provide a complete health service with onsite pathology, physiotherapy, chiropractic, dietetics, psychology, and we have access to a pharmacy next door.
We believe in equitable health care for all, and offer bulk billing for all patients with a valid medicare card. Exceptions to this are for work related consultations and some Allied Health services. Where fees apply we do accept cash, Eftpos, credit card payments, and rebates through our HICAPS terminal for those privately insured.
Patients can make appointments or come as a walk in. Patients with appointments will take priority over walk in visits, so it is best to give us a call before coming in to avoid waiting times. Our friendly and professional staff are committed to providing our patients with a caring environment and are available if you have any questions or concerns.
High quality physiotherapy services are performed by Mt Kuring-Gai Physiotherapy, and are available for appointments on Tuesday and Fridays.
High quality chiropractic services are provided by Mt Kuring-Gai Chiropractic, and are available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sunday.
Dietitian services are available on Saturdays.
Psychology services are available on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday.
Mount Kuring-Gai Medical Centre
Shop 5-6, 757 Pacific Highway
Mount Kuring-Gai, NSW, 2080
Mon-Fri: 9am – 6pm
Thurs: 9am – 7pm
Sat, Sun: 9am – 4pm
Public Holidays: 9am – 4pm
Mt Kuring-Gai Medical Centre
Mount Kuring-Gai, NSW, 2080
We are open 7 Days, and Bulk-Bill
Frequently Asked Questions
Bookings are preferred with standard appointments set at 15 mins, but longer appointments can be requested for 30 mins.
Walk In Appointments
Walk ins are welcomed, however patients with appointments will be given priority.
We bulk-bill all patients with a current Medicare card. Overseas visitors or worker’s compensation cases, will be required to pay first and a receipt will be issued to help claim back any reimbursement.
Home visits can be requested for those unable to attend the practice for medical reasons and within a 2km radius. For more information on this please ask reception.
Patients requiring prescriptions (including repeat scripts) must see a doctor. This is to ensure thorough and proper medical care for our patients.
Medical certificates can be issued for work or school, but a doctor must be seen on the day. No certificates can be pre-dated from the date of the consultation.
Patients must see a doctor in order to be given test results. No results will be given over the phone or via email. This is to protect your confidentiality and privacy.
Patients must see a doctor if they require a referral to a specialist. Please note it is not essential to have a referral to see a specialist, however it is, if you intend to claim a rebate from Medicare.