North Ryde Medical Centre brings together independent Specialist General Practitioners and Allied Health Practitioners into one location to serve the community’s health needs. The doctors, nurses and practice team strive to treat every person in an ethical, non-judgemental, and inclusive manner.
The doctors consulting at North Ryde Medical Centre honour the origins and long-standing traditions of General Practice medicine, providing person-centred, continuing, comprehensive, and empathic care in all aspects of one’s health. Providing care from the newborn to the elderly, serving all facets of the community, and treating the person as a whole, are at the heart of that profession which we so proudly call General Practice.
With all the doctors being either Fellows of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (who are recognised by the Medical Board of Australia as Specialist General Practitioners), or Registrars (who are fully-qualified doctors undergoing rigorous GP speciality training and supervision), and the Allied Health Practitioners being fully registered with their respective regulatory boards, you can trust that you are being treated to the highest standard.
Whilst maintaining professionalism, the practitioners’ down-to-earth, patient-centred approach means they all value good communication and rapport with their patients, and value the privilege of getting to know how your health fits into your life story.
The Specialist GPs and Allied health practitioners consulting at the practice are all independent practitioners and not employees, and therefore are able to treat you with full professional autonomy, without the need to answer to any other stakeholders. All decisions are in the patient’s best interests.
Navigating the health system and deciding what treatment is best for you and your family can be complex and confusing, and so your GP at North Ryde Medical Centre can help you co-ordinate your care, so that your GP can become your “medical home”.
No matter who you are, no matter what stage of health, and no matter what stage of life, all people have a right to physical, mental, emotional and social wellbeing.
So who is your GP?