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Our services 


Our professionals operate as an integrated multi-disciplinary team to provide thorough patient reassessment and active treatment correspondence. We are a complete bulk billing service, allowing for quality affordable care. 

Allied health

We service retirement villages and nursing homes throughout the Greater Sydney and Illawarra region. 

Our in-home health services include:

  • Podiatry,

  • Physiotherapy,

  • Occupational Therapy,

  • Dietetics and 

  • Massage therapy.

After Hours Doctors 

To ensure ongoing patient care is maintained, our after-hours home visit doctors perform their duty in a medical deputising capacity on behalf of the patient’s regular GP.

If you or your loved one become unexpectedly sick, “But not in a life-threatening condition” and in need of urgent medical care, on a weeknight, weekend or on a public holiday and your regular GP or general practice is closed or unavailable. You now have the option of either presenting at anyone of SWS After Hours GP Service walk-in medical centres located; Campbelltown; Fairfield; Bossley Park and Bankstown/Revesby.

If you’re unable to present in person at any of our walk-in medical centres because of your condition. Then call us on 1300 797 000 to request an after-hours home visit doctor to come to you. We are passionate about ensuring access to quality and reliable primary health care in the (sociable and unsociable) after hours period responding to urgent needs, weeknights; weekends and on public holidays.

Aged Care Mobile X-Ray Service

The focus of our mobile medical imaging service unit within is to aid rural facilities, residential aged care and nursing homes service providers to deliver care for their residents closer to home without the need for a visit to the ED or a traditional medical imaging centre and with No-out-of-pocket-expense on the part of the resident/patient, his/her family or residential care facility.

This unique mobile X-Ray service focuses on residents who are clinically stable and do not require urgent transfer to an ED but do require an X-Ray to help guide initial or ongoing care.

The service is especially reliable and timely for frail in the case of older residents who cannot be moved.

The service is staffed by qualified radiographers and nurses with all images and reports available to patient’s regular or treating GP through the same process as if they were done at a hospital or traditional medical imaging site.

Patients benefiting from the service must have a GP referral for an X-ray or for an ultrasound exam. The process can take less than 20 minutes for an ankle or chest X-ray. X-rays are interpreted by a certified radiologist. Preliminary reports are telephoned on to the Doctor and care facility within the same hour and final reports forwarded within 2 hours.

The benefits of portable X-ray machines include:

  • Portability

  • Versatility

  • Ease of use

  • Image quality

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