Westpoint Medical Practice

Our Location

Shop 11, Cnr Suttor Street and Wark Parade, Bathurst NSW 2795 Australia

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Westpoint Medical Practice (previously know as Westpoint Christian Medical Centre) is located on the top floor of the Westpoint Shopping Centre.

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Dedication to health

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



  • New patients welcome
  • Open late
  • Male and female doctors
  • Bulk billing
  • Book appointments online!
  • Skin Cancer Clinic onsite
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What makes Westpoint Medical Practice so different?

We are one of only two centres within the Bathurst area that offer bulking billing for all of our patients with a valid Medicare card.

We are open extended hours to accommodate patients that find it hard to see a doctor in normal working hours.

We offer on the day appointments and can arrange home visits during normal opening hours for patients who are too unwell to attend the centre.

Our practice works in conjunction with local GPs and Marathon Health to offer an after hours on-call service and a weekend/public holiday GP clinic.

We are a training practice, for both medical students and GP Registrars.

The doctors are supported by qualified nursing staff and compassionate reception staff.

We offer online appointments.

Bus stop at the front of the shopping centre. To view timetables please click the  following link http://buslinesgroup.com.au/bathurst/public_timetables.php


Contact Information

Book appointment (02) 6332 5500 Fax (02) 6332 6631 For after hours, please call (02) 6333 2888

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Shop 11, Cnr Suttor Street and Wark Parade, Bathurst NSW 2795 Australia

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