2 Martin Pl, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
2 Martin Place Sydney NS
(02) 8222 5900
Monday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Sam McKinnon said 3 years ago
I've been coming to Benchmark Medical for nearly 7 years. The waiting room is always clean and quiet. The doctors seldom run late for appointments and are always very thorough. I highly recommend Mary Cormack and Maria De Costa within the practice.
Obre Pemberton said 4 years ago
I'd been going to various bulk billing trying to get progress on my medical issue, but never saw any improvement. I'd seen so many doctors over the years that I never thought that I would get the care I needed. Since I have been seeing Dr Wilmot, I've have very proactive attention and have seen a marked improvement in my condition for the first time in 7 years. Yes you have to pay for a consultation, but in my case, the payment for the superior service has been well worth it. Highly recommended
Kareena Daws said 3 years ago
I found the female docs to be very understanding non-judgemental and supportive
poppy Williams said 3 years ago
rude and unhelpful staff who talk down to you, will not be coming back
Christina Burke said 3 years ago
Great practice! Have been going here for years. Very thorough, knowledgeable doctors, prompt and attentive follow-up and great reception staff. Very convieniently located in Martin Place and slightly longer hours than most practices. Beautiful layout and offices compared to average gp practice. Highly recommend!!
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