Our Doctors and Nurses meet a broad range of problems and where possible, deal with them at the surgery. We have a dedicated Treatment Room for emergencies. Each doctor has special interest areas, from acute care, palliative care, female health, skin cancer work and adolescent health. However, our goal is that you will find a doctor, who will become “Your GP”.
We strive to provide every patient with the very best of general practice care. We focus on personal and professional care. Our emphasis is on quality care, with time taken to fully know you and understand how we can help you overcome or manage health problems, and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Modern general practice is about a team approach and every member of our team, from our nurses, receptionists and health professionals at Bridgeview Medical Practice will be working as part of a team, and aiming for you to feel comfortable and confident in our comprehensive and efficient service. This practice is AGPAL accredited and all our doctors are vocationally registered.
Bridgeview medical practice was awarded the 2013 Racgp practice of the year for NSW AND ACT.
The practice is open 6 days a week, 8am to 8pm on weekdays and 8am t 3 pm on Saturdays. An after-hours deputising service caters to the needs of our patients during the times we are closed. Currently we have just over 10,000 patients on our books, and we are heavily invested in primary care especially in the preventive activities.
Bridgeview Medical Practice had won the Primary Care Infrastructure Grant in 2012 for the purpose of expanding the services to the community. The new wing of practice was officially opened in May 2015 to accommodate four more consulting rooms, an in-house pharmacy and a 40-seat auditorium for teaching purposes.
The expanded consulting rooms and auditorium/ resource centre with enhanced clinical training opportunities has increased number of permanent GPs  GP supervisors, Allied Health Professionals, Specialists GP Registrars . Our practice trains medical and nursing students from the Universities of Western Sydney, Sydney & New South Wales.
Five registered nurses are currently working in our practice, in total of 110 hours per week.
The demography of the patient population as one would expect in Western Sydney, predominantly culturally and linguistically diverse population and prevalence of chronic diseases are significantly high particularly diabetes. Thus a sustainable chronic diseases management is the main focus in Bridgeview Medical Practice. In implementing such a complex primary health care challenge, our team has shown it’s strength and dedication.
Bridgeview Medical Practice is one of the first twenty practices to begin Health Care Home services on 1 October 2017 and the practice has been implementing practice-specific care model for the eligible patients with chronic diseases.