120 Devonshire St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
120 Devonshire Street Surry Hills NS
(02) 9690 0000
Monday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Poet Goldhägen said 3 years ago
Reception staff and nurses are super friendly, patient and gentle. The doctors act very professionally and are informative and compassionate. The rooms are clean and cozy, lots of comfortable seating, and music plays in the room where you wait to have your procedure (it really relaxes you!) and the nurses give you a warm blanket while you wait. The whole process is efficient and smooth, and you're never left feeling like a burden or just another patient number. The Private Clinic really gives a pleasant experience to an otherwise uncomfortable process. I would recommend this place to anyone who will listen!
Zoe Jackson said 2 years ago
For anyone nervous I must highly recommend this clinic. I was confident on my choice in an abortion but anxious about the procedure. I was warmly welcomed into a luscious waiting room. I then spoke to the Dr (I believe this is the harsh blonde Dr people have spoken about. I see how some might receive her that way. However, I found her to be formal, professional and exactly who i'd want performing an abortion). Then I got changed and onto the final stages before my procedure. I found all the nurses to be caring and the two anesthesiologists to be incredibly warm and not once rushing me (although I was the first of many). After my procedure I woke up in a haze however I had as much time as I wanted to relax. When I stated I was in pain (cramps) they rushed to give me some pain medication and check that I was ok. I was offered tea, coffee or juice and some biscuits. They were happy to comply with my ask for multiple options. :) I know this is a long review but this is not an easy thing to do no matter how set you may be on your decision it can still be hard to decide where to go. If I have eased someones mind that's all that matters. Also, as with all clinics, you may encounter a protester. This cannot be avoided where ever you go. Hold your head high and do not let them deter you. It is your body, your choice and your decision. Whatever decision you make do it inside in the privacy away from prying eyes.
Elenita said 2 years ago
This clinic is horrible. The only nice staff member was the receptionist. The anesthesiologist was smiling in a joking way asling if i was okay. Even though i had replied that i was fine the first time he had asked he kept asking while smiling in a cheeky way. I asked him to stop because he was making me uncomfortable. He didnt even apologise. His face dropped and he stared back in a angry way. Then in recovery the nurses had told me they contacted my sister and to let me know when i was ready so they can show me the door. I understood and said okay. Within the next 10 minutes the blonde nurse had asked me 5 more times as if she was rushing me out. I was so upset and ended up leaving alone and disoriented and travelled home alone. The clinic was not nice or elegant at all. And on top of all of that when i spoke to my sister she told me they had not contact her when i was finished. What a horrible experience. I was sure i needed thier services i knew exactly what i wanted to do. Making my decision was easy and i am not at all upset about anything else but thier shocking lack of empathy and basic respect. i did my research to find the best place possible for me. I couldnt have been more wrong. Waste of money.
Winter Disco said 3 years ago
The clinic is professional and busy. The staff are friendly, welcoming and obviously experienced. The process for me was reasonably quick and I was surprised how fine I felt afterwards (though a little groggy). Thank you for doing a great job.
Crystal T said 3 years ago
I found myself in need of these services a month ago and called the Private Clinic on a recommendation from my GP and a friend. The receptionist was very patient and answered all my questions. On the day of my visit, the doctors and nurses were lovely. Despite being nervous they put me at ease and were very understanding.
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