Urgent Care Clinic is available in Penrith 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm. Free to all Medicare card holders.
How Do I Access the Penrith Urgent Care Clinic?
We are excited to announce that the Our Medical Penrith onsite Medicare Urgent Care Clinic is now open. This clinic will be open 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm, including public holidays.
All the care that is provided at the Penrith Urgent Care Clinic is Medicare bulk billed, so there are no out of pocket costs for Medicare card holders.
The Penrith Urgent Care Clinic is located at 2227 Wolseley Street, Jamisontown, NSW 2750. Be sure to bring your Medicare card details.
No appointment or referral is required, simply walk in and wait for one of our highly trained medical professionals to see you.
While the clinic aims to reduce strain on hospitals and emergency departments, it is important to note that it is not a replacement for these services.
If you or a loved one has a life-threatening injury or illness, do not attend an urgent care clinic. Call triple zero (000) or go to your nearest emergency department.
Do not attend an urgent care clinic for:
- Chest pain or tightness
- Breathing difficulties
- Uncontrollable bleeding
- Severe burns
- Numbness or paralysis
- Unconscious, unresponsive, or having seizures
- Ongoing fever in infants
What Can I Come to the Penrith Urgent Care Clinic for?
You may visit the Penrith Urgent Care Clinic when you are in need of medical attention for an injury or illness that can be managed without going to the emergency department. This includes:
- Wound / laceration
- Burn or scald
- Fall or suspected fracture/sprain
- Insect or animal bites
- Foreign bodies
- Fever / respiratory symptoms
- Vomiting and/or diarrhoea
- Urinary symptoms
- Swelling / pain
- Ear / eye issues
How to access the Penrith Urgent Care Clinic?
Click here for directions to the Penrith Urgent Care Clinic.
The clinic operates from 8am to 8pm every day. No appointment is needed.
Please bring your Medicare card details.