Summer Hill

02 9797 3900


02 9550 0288


02 8090 6833

Welcome to Your Doctors

We are a General Practice assisting patients in the Inner West of Sydney. Our goal is to provide an unparalleled standard of patient care.

Our medical practitioners are highly experienced, industry leaders across a full range of healthcare services for all ages. If you're looking for a practice that caters for your entire family, or you simply need some advice on your health, get in contact with one of our practices today. 

Our practice now uses HotDoc as our preferred online booking provider.

Please visit our book online section for more information. If you are a new patient, please also complete the following New Patient Form prior to your appointment:

Summer Hill New Patient Form
Ashfield New Patient Form
Leichhardt New Patient Form

Annual flu + COVID19 Vaccinations

You can now book your flu vaccination online through HotDoc and by selecting the Flu Vac (Nurse only) practitioner. Private flu shots are charged a $20 fee. Patients eligible under the National Immunisation Program (NIP) will receive the flu vaccine at no cost. You may be charged a professional service fee for the consultation. We recommend having the flu vaccination at the end of April/ in May, before the peak flu season (usually between June - September), as your immunity is strongest and most effective 3 to 4 months after you are vaccinated. Your Doctors highly recommends influenza vaccines to everyone, especially those aged under 5, over 65, and anyone with a chronic illness.

We continue to offer COVID-19 vaccinations for adults and children aged 5+. Influenza vaccine and a dose of COVID-19 vaccine can be administered on the same day. 

Masks are recommended

Whilst masks are no longer mandatory in many settings, mask-wearing continues to be recommended in general practices, medical centres and pharmacies. Wearing a mask will help protect people at higher risk from severe illness.

We do ask patients, staff and visitors to our practice (or those who are accompanying anyone) who have cold, flu or Covid-19 symptoms, to please wear a mask in consideration of:

  • others who may be high risk patients and who are in our waiting room 
  • our doctors, nurses, receptionists and other staff
Masks also help protect you from any viral infections that others may have while you are inside our practice.

If you are visiting our practice and have forgotten to bring a mask, but would like to wear one, speak to our reception staff who can provide you with a free mask. 

Masks should not be worn by toddlers under 2 years of age and babies, as they are a choking and suffocation risk. NSW health provides a video on how to wear a mask correctly.  Your mask should fit snugly under your chin, over the bridge of your nose and against the sides of your face; covering both your nose and mouth.

Do you have any cold and flu symptoms?

Anyone with cold and flu symptoms must have a negative rapid antigen test on the day, prior to entering the practice.  Privately-billed telehealth consultations are available at any time. Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough, sore/scratchy throat, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, or unexplained fever. You should self-isolate until you receive your test results. 

Self-collection for the Cervical Screening Test

Do I still need a PAP smear?

PAP smears were developed in the 1930s and have prevented millions of deaths. But now there is a better way of screening for cervical cancer.  We know that the overwhelming majority of cervical cancer is linked to Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection, so now we screen for HPV infection - and it's called the Cervical Screening test (CST).

If you have a cervix and are aged 25-74, you should have one every five years.  Cervical cancer grows slowly, taking about 15 years from an HPV infection. If you don’t have this virus on testing, come back in 5 years to check you have not developed in the meantime. If you do have the infection, doctors can assess the situation, monitor and treat as indicated.

This condition can happen to anyone with a cervix, regardless of gender identity, sexuality or sexual history. Cancer doesn’t discriminate.

Can I collect the test myself?

You may have seen the advertising: "It's your cervical screening test, own it!"

You now have choice when it comes to your Cervical Screening Test.  The traditional examination is available, but now, so is the self collection method: which is safe and just as accurate. You can discuss the process and have the test with any of our doctors. Usually no vaginal exam is needed to start the conversation. 

How good is it to know that women can do the test themselves to find out if they have an infection with HPV.  

Want to know more? Go to Self-collection for the cervical screening test

I’ve had 1 or 2 normal Cervical Screening Tests without HPV, and I haven’t had a sexual partner since. Do I really need to keep having a CST?

Yes. Screening tests are just that: they do not reliably diagnose a condition. Screening tests are about 90% accurate- so we need to repeat them regularly to catch what we missed last time. For serial screening, the effective time between negative results is 5 years.

Telehealth appointments

Telehealth appointments are offered to patients with flu-like symptoms, or those isolating due to a COVID-19 positive result. Telehealth appointments will be privately billed for a fee up to $95.00 for Telehealth appointments of up to 15 minutes. Face-to-face appointments are encouraged where possible, as this enables our Doctors to practice in line with best practice medicine.