Redhead General Practice

Our Location

103 Cowlishaw Street, Redhead NSW 2290 Australia

Access & Parking

Nearest crossroad is Brodin Lane off Collier Street. 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.

  • Ample parking available
  • Open 5 days
  • Male and female doctors
  • New patients welcome
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What makes Redhead General Practice so different?

Redhead General Practice is a friendly & caring Practice that offers our patients dedicated Doctors, qualified Nursing and Reception staff as well as warm & comfortable environment to attend.

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

Our experienced team of committed Doctors, Nurses and Receptionists will ensure your treatment at Redhead General Practice is of a high standard.



Friday 19th April (Good Friday): Centre Closed

Saturday 20th April: Centre Closed

Sunday 21st April (Easter Sunday): Centre Closed

Monday 22nd April (Easter Monday): Centre Closed

Thursday 25th April (ANZAC DAY): Centre Closed


Contact Information

Book appointment (02) 4944 7099 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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103 Cowlishaw Street, Redhead NSW 2290 Australia

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Latest News & Events

  1. Welcome to the team

    We would like to welcome our latest registrar to the Redhead team. Dr Tessa Thorne Tessa will be joining us from the 5th Feb for… Read more

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  2. Pap Test changes – the New Cervical Screening Program.

    The two yearly Pap test for women aged 18 to 69 has changed to a five yearly human papillomavirus (HPV) test for women aged 25… Read more

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  3. Put your cervical screening test at the top of your health checklist

    Cervical cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed gynaecological cancer in Australian women – but it is also one of the most preventable. There are… Read more

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