Windale Community Medical Centre

Our Location

33 Lake Street, Windale NSW 2306 Australia

Access & Parking

Windale Community Medical Centre is situated on Lake Street opposite the Post Office. Car park access is from Lake Street and parking is also available on the road right outside. Nearest cross road is South Street. We are opposite Australia Post. Free parking. Free disabled parking. Emergency services parking available.

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Dedication to health

Our vision is to provide you with the highest in quality healthcare and caring, friendly service.

  • Open 5 days
  • Male and female doctors
  • New patients welcome
  • Make an appointment today
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What makes Windale Community Medical Centre so different?

Windale Community Medical Centre is a cosy & friendly Medical Centre that offers our patients both Male and Female Doctors, qualified Nursing and Reception staff as well as a safe and comfortable environment.

The Doctors’ interests range from childhood through to adult medicine, including minor skin procedures, mental health, and community health.

Our experienced team of dedicated Doctors, Nurses and Receptionists will ensure your treatment at Windale Community Medical Centre is of a high standard.

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Contact Information

Book appointment (02) 4948 5611 For after hours, please call Charlestown Square Medical Centre on (02) 4943 3166. For care outside their Centre's Hours please phone GP Access on 1300 130 147

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33 Lake Street, Windale NSW 2306 Australia

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