Travel Clinic

Yellow Fever and Q Fever Approved Centre

We provide a wide range of vaccinations and essential travel advice.

Flu Vaccination

@ Hyde Park Medical Centre PH:92831234/80785100

We offer convenient, professional and cost effective Corporate flu vaccination packages.

After Hours Service

@ Hyde Park Medical Centre PH:87246300

For urgent medical attention, please contact your nearest hospital. For Emergencies, please dial 000.

Opening Hours

@ Hyde Park Medical Centre PH:92831234/80785100

  • Monday - Friday 8.00 - 19.00
  • Saturday 10.00 - 17.00
  • Sunday 10.00 - 14.00
  • Saturday and Sunday hours may vary due to COVID19. Please call ahead if you plan to walk-in without an appointment.
Why Choose Us
  • Great Facilities

    We house General Practitioners, Specialists including Gastroenterologist, Colorectal Surgeon and Orthopaedic Surgeon. Allied health including Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologist, Psychologists, Dietitian and Podiatrist. Dentist & Orthodontist. Xray, Ultrasound, Pathology and Pharmacy.

  • Qualified Doctors

    We have a team of Doctors who specialise in skin cancer checks, sexual health checks, pre-employment assessments, workcover, pap smears, childhood immunisations, travel vaccinations and flu vaccinations.

  • Accredited

    We are an accredited General Practice, Q Fever Vaccination Centre and Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre in NSW.

  • Bulk Billing

    Bulk Billing available with appointments and Medicare Cards, valid 8:00am-5:30pm (Monday to Friday, exclude Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday).

latest news

This certificate of compliance ensures that these premises have been sanitized and covid-19 deep cleaned to the highest level using hospital grade and TGA registered products

Attached certificate Here

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) – “Clearance Certificate” and “Telehealth Services”

Novel coronavirus is spreading around communities worldwide. It is possible that many people presenting with respiratory symptoms (including mild head cold symptoms) are infected with coronavirus. Our healthcare system does not have the capacity to test every person with respiratory symptoms. NSW Health currently recommend COVID-19 testing for the following:

1. All returned international travellers with fever or acute respiratory infection, or

2. Close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the 14 days before illness onset, or

3. Any healthcare worker with direct patient contact that has a fever (≥37.5) AND an acute respiratory infection.

People without symptoms should not be tested. If you fall outside of these criteria and you have respiratory symptoms, the current recommendation is no testing is to be performed. HOWEVER, it is sensible to remain at home and avoid other people until your symptoms have resolved.

We are not able to issue a "clearance certificate" (medically or legally) to allow people with or without symptoms of coronavirus to attend work as this has been classified a pandemic. If you have respiratory symptoms please stay at home. If you are worried you have come into contact with someone with coronavirus but do not have symptoms please stay at home.

If you require medical advice, please contact health direct on 1800 022 222 or call our clinic for further guidance. Medical advice is also available through our telehealth consults. Currently for all telehealth consult booking, please call the centre (02) 9283 1234 or book a “Telehealth” consult online.

We offer bulkbilling telehealth consult if you have a valid Medicare card at the time of the consultation. Otherwise, you can still opt for telehealth consult for a fee of $78. Discount might apply to overseas student with valid OSHC membership. Call centre (02) 9283 1234 to enquire.

Medical Alert: Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) – Where can I get more info:

Call the Healthdirect Helpline 1800 022 222.

Visit the Australian Government Department of Health homepage at https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov

NSW Health is posting updates Here

For additional information on novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) visit the World Health Organisation Website

Specialise In

Health Checks

Health Checks

When a GP checks your state of health, it is called a health check. There are many types of health checks, e.g. sexual health checks or diabetes health checks, and different health checks are recommended for each stage of life.

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Skin Cancer Checks

Screen Cancer Checks

The skin cancer check is a visual check of the spots on your skin. Your GP look at each mole with a dermatoscope to check for cancer. If you have a spot that is cancerous or has the risk of becoming cancerous, your doctor can discuss the best treatment for it.

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Pap Smears

Pap Smears

Pap smears are screening tests for HPV, which can cause cervical cancer. Pap smears find early changes in the cervix, which is why routine Pap smears are recommended.

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Childhood Immunisations

Childhood Immunisations

The Immunise Australia Program is funded by the Australian Government, aiming to increase childhood immunisation rates. This means childhood immunisations are free for Australian residents.

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Pre-Employment Assessments

Pre-Employment Assessments

Pre-employment checks are designed so your employer knows you can safely perform the duties of the job, and are often legal requirements. Not everybody needs to do a pre-employment check, and your employer will let you know if you do.

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The WorkCover scheme was introduced by the NSW government to ensure the health and safety of employees. Under WorkCover, all employers need to comply with occupational health and safety, injury management, and workers’ compensation.

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