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  • Opening Hours

    Public Holidays: Closed

    CBD Location

    Level 1, 70 Pitt Street
    Sydney, NSW 2000
  • FAQs

    What are your opening hours?

    We’re open from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday.

    And The Dentist is open the first Saturday of the month book online or call 92326367

    What if I have a medical emergency?

    Call the practice on 02 9233 3399 or just come straight down.

    If you have an emergency situation after hours, please feel free to call our out-of-hours number: 8724 6300.

    Please note: Although we handle medical emergencies at the practice, if it’s a major incident, please call 000.

    How do I book an appointment?

    Just call our friendly reception team on (02) 9233 3399 and we’ll be happy to help you. You can also contact us here or book an appointment online.

    Do you offer early morning or evening appointments?

    Yes, we offer appointments from 8am to 6 pm, Monday to Friday. These appointments must be arranged with our reception team 02 9233 3399.

    Do you accept walk-in patients?

    Yes. If you arrive without an appointment you’ll be advised when the next free appointment is and how long you’ll have to wait.

    Do you offer home visits?

    Yes, by special arrangement. Please speak to our reception staff.

    Can I choose a male or female doctor?

    Yes, we have both male and female GPs available so if you have a preference please let us know and we’ll do our best to book you an appointment with the doctor of your choice.

    Will you send me an appointment reminder?

    Yes we do send reminders for GP appointments.

    We also aim to send you notification (via post or email or phone call) if you require any recall or follow-up appointment (for example, with blood works or pap smears).

    How do I cancel my appointment?

    If you’re unable to make your appointment or would like to reschedule, please give us as much notice as possible 02 9233 3399.

    Is there a cancellation fee?

    Yes. Cancelling your appointment within 12 hours of the actual booking will attract a full appointment fee (unless we’re able to fill the slot with another patient). We’ll send you an invoice for the missed appointment fee.

    What should I do if I’m running late?

    If you arrive late we cannot always guarantee we’ll be able to see you (as you’ll delay other patients). If we can’t see you, we’ll either offer a later appointment or advise you to rebook 02 9233 3399.


    Want to book an appointment?

    You can make an appointment at The Doctors at 70 Pitt Street by calling us in Sydney on (02) 9233 3399 or book online.

    Do you run any special promotions?

    Yes, we run seasonal allied and cosmetic health promotions offering services at reduced rates. Speak to our reception team for more details.

    Is your practice child-friendly?

    Absolutely; not only are our doctors friendly and approachable but also we work hard to make our environment warm and enjoyable for children, with books and toys available in reception.

    Do you accept rebates from private health funds?

    Yes. We use HICAPS automated claiming system, so that you can claim your rebate on the spot from most health funds. However, occasionally you may be asked to submit your health fund claim online, by mail or in person. Fees.
    Please note:

    • We do not take responsibility for your health fund rebates and any issues must be taken up directly with your health fund.
    • Private health funds do not generally cover GP visits. They may cover allied health visits but this depends on the fund and your cover.

    What forms of payment do you accept?

    You’ll find all the information about payment and charges on our fees page.

    How secure is my medical record?

    Your medical record is treated as a confidential document. It’s the policy of this practice to maintain the security of personal health information at all times and to ensure your information is only available to authorised members of staff.

    What contact details do you need from me?

    Every time you visit we’ll ask if your contact information is up to date (along with your Medicare details). This ensures our records are accurate and we can contact you if there are any problems with your appointment.