Hornsby Central Medical Centre is a privately-owned family practice located inside of the Westfield Hornsby Shopping Centre.
Our team of professional and experienced medical staff, together with friendly receptionists are committed to providing the outstanding care and services you deserve.
We have a registered nurses, on-site pathology collection as well as allied health practitioners to provide patients with comprehensive health care under one roof.
Hornsby Central Medical Centre is fully GPA Accredited Medical Practice ensuring our commitment to delivering safe and high quality health care to patients and in complying with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Standards.
We provide Medicare bulk billing consultations and are open 6 days a week.
Visits to see a GP can be made by making an appointment (either Online or Phone) or a walk in basis. Appointments will take priority over walk in patients
If you are seeking a superior level of personalised care or are new to the area, make sure to visit Hornsby Central Medical Centre.
GPs who have obtained the highest level of training and specialise in general practice are Fellows of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). As a patient, when you choose a Fellow as your GP, you can be assured your health is in the best of hands and you will receive excellent care.
All our doctors at Hornsby Central Medical Centre are fellows of RACGP.
Hornsby Central Medical Centre is accredited with GPA (General Practice Accreditation Plus) which means that the practice has been assessed by an external organisation and has met all the necessary requirements and professional standards as developed by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
We now provide After Hours services with Medinet. You can find our own GPs as well as other fully qualified GPs using the Medinet app. Search for the Medinet icon in your App Store.
Medinet is a service providing medical care to patients in the after hours. It is not a service for medical emergencies. If symptoms are critical or life-threatening, you should call triple zero (000) or go straight to hospital.
After the consultation, Medinet will send medical report to our Doctors to maintain continuity of care.