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MedFirst Medical Centre 

Practice Information Sheet

 MedFirst Medical Centre 

Shop 6, 37-43 Forest Road, Hurstville NSW 2220

Tel: 02 9587 8000 | Fax: 02 9587 5188

Hours: Please check website for up to date hours

​Please find additional general information regarding our Practice and its services.

Billing Principles:

Our practice is a bulk billing practice. Patients without a Medicare card will be required to pay a fee. Payment is expected at the time of consultation, as we have facilities for EFTPOS, Mastercard and Visa.

Non-Medicare Consultation Fees 

Standard Consultation (level A): $60

Standard Consultation (level B): $80
Long Consultation (level C): $100
Pro-Longed Consultation (level D): $120

Weekends and Public Holidays: Additional $20 charge applies.

Blood Test Results:Non-Medicare Patients returning for blood test results are subject to our non-medicare consultation fees.

For non-medicare visits that involve complex care, billing is at Doctor's Discretion, please see the receptionist on duty for further information.
Allied health services can/may incur fees please check at reception before booking an appointment.

Transfer of Medical Records to Another Practice: $25 Admin Fee plus $0.20 cents per printed page.

Surgical procedures:

These may incur a fee (varies) at the doctor's discretion, please check with the doctor or receptionist for further information. This is due to utilising disposable surgical equipment to meet accreditation standards and patient safety, and usually come at a cost to the practice.

Results, Referrals and Script Renewals

 Our practice policy is that NO results are given over the phone, nor will our receptionists be taking any requests for referrals or script renewals. In order to obtain any of the above, a follow up appointment MUST be made with your GP.

Routine pathology results can usually be had within a few days, and 24 hours for Urgent tests, to be processed. Due to the high number of results and the demand on our Doctors time, patients will only be contacted if results require further action.

Interpreter Services

If you or your family require an interpreter, one may be organised for you. Please let us know when you ring to make your appointment. Alternatively, you can contact the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450 directly.

Reminder system:

Our practice is committed to providing continuing and preventative care. We operate a reminder system for preventative health services, as well as courtesy calls, the day before your appointment to remind our patients.

If you do not wish to be part of this system, please advise reception staff.

We would appreciate you contacting us earlier, if you need to cancel an appointment, as this allows us the opportunity to re-schedule for other patients.

Allied Health Cancellation/No Show Policy

MedFirst Medical Centre's Allied Health staff (Eg. Psychologist, Physiotherapist, Dietitian, Podiatrist) are Bulk Billing for eligible patients. Due to the distance our Allied Health travel from and the numerous patients that wish to see them, a Cancellation/No Show Policy applies. This means you may be asked to provide Billing details upon making an appointment with our Allied Health Staff and authorise MedFirst Medical Centre to deduct a $50 cancellation fee if less than 24 hours notice is given from the time of your appointment that you are unable to make it, or if you do not show for your appointment. To re-schedule with the appropriate notice time or to cancel, please contact us on 02 9587 8000.

Some Allied Health may charge an additional fee for each visit. At this present time, the Dietitian charges a $20 gap to be paid at the time of consult and the Podiatrist.

Suggestions, Complaints and Feedback:

If you have any concerns, complaints or suggestions about any aspect of our service we would appreciate hearing about them, as we take such matters seriously, you can do so by:

Phoning our Practice Manager on 02 9587 8000.
Using the enquiry form on our website at or clicking here
Completing a feedback & suggestions form, located on our front counter.

Email us at

If you have a complaint against a Medical Practitioner, you can contact the Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC).


T: 02 9219 7444

Contacting your doctor:

Patients are encouraged to make an appointment to speak with their doctor. We accept appointments and walk-ins.

Appointments are usually made at 15 minute intervals and may go longer at the doctor's discretion as patients may require additional time. Emergencies will be given priority, and our reception staff will attempt to contact you if there is any unforeseen delay.

For certain circumstances, patients may leave a phone message, and where appropriate the doctor will return the call. Alternatively, a practice staff member may call to advise you, if the doctor wishes to see you via appointment. Urgent calls will be put through to your doctor wherever possible.

Management of Personal Health information and Privacy:

MedFirst and its employees are committed to your privacy and the confidentiality of your medical information. All patient consultation and medical records are kept strictly confidential and therefore not disclosed to any outside party without your written authorisation. Policies and procedures of MedFirst have been designed in compliance with the Australian Privacy Principles (APP) of the Privacy Act 1988, available at

Violence/Abusive/Aggressive Behaviour Policy:

MedFirst operates a ZERO tolerance Policy with regard to violent/abusive behaviour. We take seriously any threatening, abusive or violent behaviour against any of our staff or patients.

If a patient is violent or abusive, they will be warned to STOP their behaviour. If they persist, we may exercise our right to take action and have them removed from the practice, and from our database.

The Practice is covered by CCTV with direct links to the police, silent alarm triggers and other security measures for the safety of everyone at the premises.

Please note that Doctors and the practice have the legal right to refuse to see a patient any further in these circumstances and also if they believe the treatment they recommend are of differing views with the patient with no outcome to be achieved mutually.

After-hours care

For emergencies: dial "000" immediately, and for standard GP visits after-hours please call 13SICK  ( 13 7425 ) and let them know you attend our practice.

Home Visits
Our Practice offers home visits to our regular patients who have special needs. Due to the time required, these will be charged at $400/hour for a radius of 2km, minimum 1 hour period payable upfront. The rate calculated includes travel time to the location.

Coronavirus information and what to do

Do NOT visit our clinic if you meet the following criteria (Updated 29 March 2020):

- Travelled Internationally/Nationally in the last 14 Days (yourself or in your close family) or,

- Come into contact with a confirmed or suspected case of coronavirus

​- Have Flu Symptoms


Have a Fever,


Shortness of breath, cough, sore throat with or without fever

If you meet this criteria, we CANNOT see you in our practice and will ask you to leave if you do so. We advise calling the Coronavirus Hot line on 1800 020 080 for further instructions and to see if you qualify for testing.

If you meet the above criteria, you will be eligible for a telephone consult only. For more info, click here