Sydney PremierX Medical & Health Centre
Yes, we Bulk Bill!*
309 Pitt Street, Sydney CBD 2000
02 8964 8677

About Us

Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre is a state of the art, quality family healthcare centre with experienced doctors located on Pitt St in the Sydney City CBD

Bulk billing is available and Sydney's leading CBD Medical centre is supported with facilities essential to the operation of any world class medical and healthcare centre in General and Allied healthcare. Our centre offers both female and male doctors to suit the needs of our patients.

At the Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre you are welcomed into a caring environment. The sophisticated, calming interiors are free of the stress generally associated with medical facilities. In line with the highest medical standards, our dedicated staff are trained to take thorough care of your needs so that you can relax, knowing that you and your loved ones are in exceptionally capable hands.

Our doctors specialise in General Health, Skin Checks and Travel Advice. Go to our services page to see the full range of medical and allied health services we offer.

Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre offers high quality standards of health care services under different service verticals to suit the specific needs of the customers and creating a sustainable Premier brand.

The continuous focus on service quality, patient care and strategic branding has been the key to our success. The treatment expertise, its acceptance and professional service management helps Sydney Premier in optimally utilizing its service capacities and establishes the need for continuous expansion.

We are open Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm.

Our Location is in the heart of Sydney City/Cbd at 309 Pitt St - above Town Hall station, between Park and Bathurst sts.

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