Sydney PremierX Medical & Health Centre
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309 Pitt Street, Sydney CBD 2000
02 8964 8677

Appointments

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Consultations at Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre are by appointment or Walk ins.


When booking an appointment please advise reception staff who you would prefer to see.

Consultations are available between 8.00am and 6.00pm Monday to Friday.

Our online appointment bookings are for short consults only (10min.). 
If sent during weekdays (Mon - Fri 8am - 5.30pm), a response will be provided within 2 hours, otherwise it will be provided first thing in the next business day.
We will advise whether your request has been accepted or suggest alternatives.

This service may not be available for same-day appointments.

CANCELLATION POLICY:
Management requests as a courtesy to both to your doctor and patients that you provide enough notice in the event if you are unable to keep your appointment, so that we can give the appointment to some one else in need.  If you still require an appointment the following day you are required to contact the practice and advise reception staff.

CANCELLATION OF ALL PROCEDURES - SKIN CHECKS, SKIN PROCEDURES, PAP SMEARS, IMPLANON INSERTION & REMOVAL ETC.
24 - Hour notice is required for cancellation - Otherwise $40 cancellation fee will apply.

CANCELLATION OF ALL GENERAL APPOINTMENTS
2 - Hour notice is required for cancellation - Otherwise $22 cancellation fee will apply.

For appointments for Skin Checks, Skin Procedures, Papsmears or any other procedures please call to book a longer appointment.

Standard appointments are of 10 minutes duration, however we recommend you make a 20 minute appointment for:
  • Skin Checks
  • Skin Procedures
  • have a sports injury or a musculoskeletal problem
  • wish to discuss women’s health issues such as having a PAP smear
  • require a full check up (may require few appointments)
  • will be having a care plan created

Your first appointment will be a standard appointment. The doctor will advise if you require further longer appointments at the time. If you have an urgent medical problem please let our reception staff know. We will do our best to see you as soon as possible.

Our Doctors aim to run on time but due to the nature of medical work we cannot guarantee their punctuality. You are advised to keep provision for extra time. Feel free to ring us 30 minutes before your appointment to see if your doctor is running on time.

To ensure quality of care, our doctors prefer to see you for a consultation rather than liaise via telephone or email.

We prefer to book all appointments in advance in order to provide a better service to all our patients. Please give us a call as soon as possible if you could not make your scheduled appointment so we can make that space available to another patient in need.


For a new consultation kindly arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time as there is new patient form that needs to be filled before the doctor can see you. All the forms are available on our website for your convenience. 
We also request that you provide us with vaccinations records, previous medical reports, X-rays and record of current medication if possible.

Waiting Times

We trust you understand delays sometimes occur due to circumstances beyond our control and we thank you for your patience. Delays may happen due to emergencies or during peak times where we have an increase demand on our service due to the number of patients who require medical assistance.

Walk-ins

Walk in patients will be fit into the existing schedule, if possible, or they will be given an appointment date by the receptionist and asked to return later in the day or on the day the schedule allows.

If you do not have an appointment and want to be seen by the doctor immediately in between patients, then private fees apply.  


For all appointments please contact our Reception Staff on (02) 8964 8677.







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