Mirrabooka Medical Centre

Our Location

22 Sudbury Place, Mirrabooka WA 6061 Australia

Access & Parking

Mirrabooka Medical Centre is part of the Mirrabooka Square Shopping Centre, across from the bus station and the library. Opening Times are as listed subject to Doctor availability.

Public Transport

Mirrabooka Medical Centre is situated directly accross from the Mirrabooka Bus Station.

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Dedication to health

Our vision is to provide you with the highest in quality healthcare and caring, friendly service within a safe and respectful environment.

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  • Bulk billing available
  • Ample parking available
  • Open 7 days
  • New patients welcome
  • Male and female doctors
  • Purpose built medical centre
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What makes Mirrabooka Medical Centre so different?

Mirrabooka Medical Centre is run by a caring and dedicated team of staff, nurses and doctors who promote a safe and respectful environment.

Mirrabooka Medical Centre is a friendly welcoming centre, catering to all ages and all backgrounds. We have a special interest in supporting our Indigenous community. The centre has visiting allied health professionals such as Diabetic Educator, Podiatrist and Hearing Servivces.

Mirrabooka Medical Centre is a purpose built, state of the art medical centre located outside of Mirrabooka Shopping Centre and directly across from Mirrabooka Bus Station, making our centre accessible to all patients.

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Contact Information

Book appointment (08) 9349 6611 For after hours, please call 13 26 60

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22 Sudbury Place, Mirrabooka WA 6061 Australia

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