Bayside Medical Centre

Our Location

7 Beach Road, Sandy Bay TAS 7005 Australia

Access & Parking

Bayside Medical Centre is located next to the beach and Lower Sandy Bay. Onsite parking is available in the carpark adjacent to our practice on Beach Road.

Public Transport

Public transport operates to the centre regularly, bus stop within 300 metres of the Centre.

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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
  • Ample parking available
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What makes Bayside Medical Centre so different?

Here at Bayside Medical Centre, we pride ourselves on our excellent medical service.

Our well trained, professional, friendly staff are ready to help you with any of your medical needs. Our doctors have many years of experience and are well equipped to help with all your ongoing health requirements, whether your needs are for a short term illness or long term continuity of care, our caring doctors will assess your needs and treat you accordingly.

We have two well-equipped treatment rooms. We have onsite nurses for wound dressing, ECG’s, Spiromentry, and vaccinations.

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Contact Information

Book appointment (03) 6225 3858 For after hours, please call 1800 022 222

Opening hours
7 Beach Road, Sandy Bay TAS 7005 Australia

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