We’re long-term locals with an established family practice serving communities across Kyneton and the Macedon Ranges.
As an accredited medical practice we deliver good medicine and quality care in general practice and specialties like preventative health and dermatology. You can be confident in our medical experience and local knowledge. Our approach is personal and professional. With continuity of care we help you to make informed health choices for you and your family.
You’ll find Kyneton Medical Centre in a heritage bluestone building, which we’ve transformed into a top notch modern practice. You’ll feel comfortable and welcome in clean and spacious rooms with soothing natural light.
We’re right in the centre of town, close to car parks and a short stroll from the shops to get a prescription filled. Rear ramp access makes it easy for people with wheelchairs and prams. A pathology collection service is conveniently located on-site.
Our doctors are experienced and dedicated medical practitioners who know how to care for you. Just as importantly, our people get to know their patients and families. Good ongoing patient-doctor relationships are the key to supporting health and wellbeing. That’s why we encourage and make it possible for you to see your own doctor who understands your background and cares about your future.
You’ll also get to know our Practice Nurse and friendly and professional admin team, who are here to provide cohesive service and support.
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