Orange Family Medical Centre

Our Location

95 Peisley Street, Orange NSW 2800 Australia

Access & Parking

Orange Family Medical Centre is located on the corner of Peisley Street and Warrendine Street.

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Dedication to health

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

  • Bulk billing available
  • Ample parking available
  • Male and female doctors
  • New patients welcome
  • Pharmacy & Pathology onsite
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What makes Orange Family Medical Centre so different?

Orange Family Medical Centre  is a modern, purpose built centre, with easy access and ample free parking including disability parking.  We are only a short walk from Orange train station and bus terminal.

You will be greeted by friendly, efficient reception staff who can assist you with your enquiries or help you make an appointment.

The Doctors at Orange Family Medical Centre are all experienced in the delivery of comprehensive healthcare.  They also support the training of GP Registrars and Medical Students.

There is a well-equipped Treatment Room,  staffed by experienced, caring nurses. The nurses assist with comprehensive coordinated healthcare working as a team with the Doctors. They undertake chronic disease care and health assessments with purpose run clinics.

We are contactable by fax on 02 63627558.

MORE ABOUT OUR PRACTICE

For Christmas Opening Hours see News & Events

Contact Information

Book appointment (02) 6393 9600 For after hours, please call (02) 6393 9600

Opening hours
95 Peisley Street, Orange NSW 2800 Australia

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Latest News & Events

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