309 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
309 Pitt Street Sydney NS
(02) 8964 8677
Monday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Isabella Brown said 1 year ago
Got an appointment for 15 minutes after I called, perfect as I work in the city. The staff were busy but very helpful, and the GP I saw was really lovely - especially putting up with me getting into a bit of a state over a relatively small problem. All in all a great experience.
Tiffany Chan said 1 year ago
On my second visit I was assigned to a random doctor - he greeted me with a Mandarin greeting (basically means 'Hi how are you') and asked me if I was Chinese when I didn't respond to it. I understand English perfectly well and clearly Mandarin wasn't his native language so what's his point? I'm making sure never to be assigned to him again.
Ivona Štefánková said 1 year ago
I can’t believe how rude the receptionists are. There are so many medical centres you can choose from, not recommend even though the doctors are good. Overall they make the experience bad.
pushkar patel said 1 year ago
Doctors are good but Most Doctors are always late by 20-30 minutes from your booked appointment time. Considering this centre is in city & people generally book appointment during their work Time, GPs should respect appointment time & should try to be more punctual.
Alicia Gunn said 1 year ago
Terrible. I went to see Doctor Subhash Verma and was in the room for all of 3.5 minutes. He told me I was fine and that my illness (which he never diagnosed at all, or gave me any information) was caused by lifestyle. he told me to stop drinking coffee?? Disgusting. A day later and I have to go back to a doctor as I am really unwell. Don't go to this center.
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