Point Walter Medical Centre

Our Location

322-324 Canning Highway, Bicton WA 6157 Australia

Access & Parking

Point Walter Medical Centre is located on the corner of Point Walter Road and Canning Highway, across from the Leopold Hotel.

Public Transport

Bus number 106 comes from Canning Bridge and goes straight past the centre (Bus stop right outside the cetnre) and goes into Fremantle.

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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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Fax 93198955

  • Male and female doctors
  • New patients welcome
  • Appointments available
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  • Same day appointments
  • Bulk billing available
  • Open 6 days
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Dr Debbie McKay

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What makes Point Walter Medical Centre so different?

Point Walter aims to provide comprehensive, coordinated healthcare services promoting health and wellbeing as well as managing illness. GP services and sub specialities are – Care Planning, Paediatrics, Mental Health, Skin Checks, Family Planning, Family Medicine, Immunisation, Men’s & Women’s Health, Obstetrics and WorkCover.

Other services available onsite are – Pathology, Dentist, Physiotherapy, Chiropractor & Pharmacy

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Contact Information

Book appointment (08) 9319 2333 For after hours, please call DoctorDoctor 13 26 60

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322-324 Canning Highway, Bicton WA 6157 Australia

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Latest News & Events

  1. Dr Debbie McKay (New Doctor)

    Dr Deborah McKay has joined Point Walter Medical Centre. Debbie is an experienced GP in all areas of family medicine. She works Monday to Friday. Debbie… Read more

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  2. 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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  3. Diabetes: Are you at risk?

    Every five minutes, one Australian develops diabetes – that’s 280 new diabetics every day. Positive lifestyle changes are estimated to reduce your risk of developing… Read more

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