Mt Kuring-Gai Medical Centre

Mt Kuring-Gai Medical Centre

Mt Kuring-Gai Medical Centre

Mt Kuring-Gai Medical Centre

Mt Kuring-Gai Medical Centre

Mt Kuring-Gai Medical Centre

General Practice Medical Services

General Health Checks

Blood pressure checks, medication reviews, etc

Women's Health

General advice, pap smears, mammograms referrals.

Skin Cancer Clinic

Skin checks, lesion removals, and referral for malignancy testing.

Minor Procedures

Stitches, excision, cryotherapy to warts, etc.

Onsite Pathology

Offered through Laverty Pathology which is open from 9am-12pm Monday – Saturday.

Chronic and Mental Health Care Plans

Based on eligibility criteria which allows access to allied health services.

Childhood Immunisations

According to the National Immunisation Program Schedule. Including: Hep B, Measles Mumps Rubella Varicella (MMRV)

Travel Vaccines

Medical advice for recommended travel vaccinations and travel health, where vaccinations can be purchased at the pharmacy next door.

Frequently Asked Questions

Appointments

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.

Payments

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

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.

Prescriptions

Patients requiring prescriptions (including repeat scripts) must see a doctor. This is to ensure thorough and proper medical care for our patients.

Medical Certificates

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.

Test Results

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.

Referrals

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.