Welcome to Alstonville Medical Centre

Welcome to Alstonville Medical Centre your family-friendly General Practice located in the beautiful town of Alstonville in Northern Rivers NSW. Alstonville Medical Centre was established in the early 80’s and our dedicated team of doctors and nurses are committed to providing professional and evidence-based medical care to the community in Alstonville and surrounds. The Alstonville […]

Please update your patient information upon arrival

Please ensure that you check in with Reception staff upon arrival to update your patient information. We will be asking you for your full name, birth date, address, name of next of kin and emergency contacts and Medicare number. Patient identification ensures we deliver the correct treatment, care and results specific to you.


Our practice is participating in MyMedicare – a new program which started on 1 October that strengthens the relationship between you as a patient, your doctor, and your care team.

Benefits include funding for longer telehealth appointments, more regular consultations, and a wider range of care services.

It also enables better communication between hospitals and your doctor regarding your care. […]

Changes to the childhood immunisations schedule

Find out more about recent changes to the childhood immunisations schedule. Changes to the childhood immunisation schedule started on 1st July 2023. Babies and young children can access vaccines at no cost to protect them against serious diseases. From 1 July 2023, the childhood immunisation schedule will be updated based on the advice of clinical […]

Cervical Cancer Screening has changed

Find out about how Cervical Cancer Screening has changed. More accurate. Less often. Since December 2017, the Cervical Screening Test has replaced the Pap test in Australia. Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers. Regular cervical screening is your best protection against cervical cancer. The Cervical Screening Test is expected to protect up […]


Covid-19 Updates   Masks As per the NSW Government Orders masks are optional for all people aged 12 years or over entering Alstonville Medical Centre. Children under 12 are exempt but are encouraged to wear masks where practicable. Masks should not be worn by toddlers under 2 years of age and babies, as they are […]