Revesby Family Clinic

Our Location

Shop 17, 17-19 Marco Avenue, Revesby NSW 2212 Australia

Access & Parking

Revesby Family Clinic is opposite Woolworths and is a two minute walk from Revesby Railway Station.

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Dedication to health

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

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  • Bulk billing available
  • Ample parking available
  • Open 7 days
  • Male and female doctors
  • New patients welcome
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What makes Revesby Family Clinic so different?

Revesby Family Clinic aims to provide comprehensive healthcare services promoting health and wellbeing, as well as managing illness. The Doctors in our centre have been working within the local community for many years and are dedicated to providing superior healthcare services to their patients. Our friendly administration staff are welcoming and have been well trained to assist our patients whilst visiting our centre. Revesby Family Clinic has a state-of-the art treatment room with 5 treatment bays, and our experienced registered nurses are available to assist our Doctors with services such as wound care, immunisation, vaccination, and minor procedures. There is pathology collection and a pharmacy onsite for the convenience of our patients.

Our centre is conveniently located next to Revesby train station and across the road from Woolworths.
There is parking available in Woolworths or close by at the train station and limited on street parking.


Contact Information

Book appointment (02) 9792 5588 For after hours, please call the practice on (02) 9792 5588. Please note that our opening and closing hours may change subject to Doctor availability.

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Shop 17, 17-19 Marco Avenue, Revesby NSW 2212 Australia

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