The Gungahlin Medical Centre was the first medical centre in the Gungahlin Town Centre servicing generations of the Gungahlin Community for over 20 years. We had our beginnings at the Gungahlin Marketplace (currently Westpac Bank) surrounded by grass paddocks. We moved to our current location at Gungahlin Square in 2006
Gungahlin Medical Centre is a safe place for all family members in the ACT region aiming for the highest quality medical and healthcare in a friendly, caring environment.
Due to the high demand and calls from our local community we have further extended the Bulk Billing Skin Checks and Bulk Billing Pap smears until the 31 July 2020.
We’d like to offer our patients further support though telephone consultations which you may choose in preference to coming directly to the medical centre. Call us on 6255 0888 to make a booking.
Gungahlin Child Health and Immunisation Clinic
Our Nurses aim to provide a safe, appropriate and high quality service. This is achieved by the quality of credentials and experience of our staff. Babies and children are vaccinated so they get the best possible protection against preventable diseases . Whole of life immunisation starts at birth and benefits the child, family and community in which you live.
Barbara completed her nursing training at Bega District Hospital in 1979 and Midwifery at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide in 1980. She has worked for many years in hospitals as a Midwife and on occasion as a general nurse. Over the last 15 years she has been working as a Practice Nurse in primary health. Her interests are in Children’s Health and Chronic Disease Management.
While away from work, Barbara enjoys gardening, exploring new walking trails, reading, knitting, patchwork quilting and spending time with family and friends.
Gungahlin Women’s Health and Reproduction Clinic
Doctors Celia Wilson and Megan Ryan offer a holistic, confidential and respectful health service for the needs of all the Gungahlin community. All doctors are well trained in sexual and reproductive health needs focusing on screening for sexually transmissible infections, menopause consultations and contraception advice and prescription. Our Doctors offer Pre-pregnancy counselling and management, Antenatal shared care and postnatal care for our growing Gungahlin community. We look forward to assisting you with your sexual and reproductive health needs.
Dr Yen Khor , General Practitioner
Dr Khor graduated from the Australian National University in Medicine. He worked in both Canberra Hospital and Concord Repatriation Hospital in Sydney before relocating to South Coast NSW to join General Practice training. Dr Yen trained and worked as a General Practitioner in Bega Valley for 3 years before moving back to Canberra. He did all of his skin cancer training whilst working there.
Special interests: Skin Clinic and skin cancers (including performing biopsies, skin flaps and skin grafts), Mental Health, Men’s Health and minor surgical procedures (including Implanon insertion). Apart from Aussie English Dr Khor speaks Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien.
Dr Celia Wilson, General Practitioner – returns to GMC
We are excited to announce the return of Dr Celia Wilson to Gungahlin Medical Centre following 2 years working and living in Papua New Guinea.
Dr Wilson is originally from the UK and graduated from the University of Warwick Medical School 2006 with honours and then completed her GP training in 2011. She moved to Darwin in 2012 working in Aboriginal Health before relocating to Canberra in 2014. Dr Wilson interests include Women’s health, Antenatal care, Child health, Preventative Medicine and Chronic Disease Management. When away from work, Celia enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 children, hiking, skiing and water sports.
Dr Megan Ryan, General Practitioner
We would like to welcome our New Doctor, Dr Megan Ryan
Dr Ryan completed her Medical Degree at Sydney University Hons Class 1 2013 and Bachelor of Nursing 2007 at University Canberra. She has a passionate interest in Children’s, Women’s and Sexual Health having completed her Diploma of Child Health and Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health. During her spare time Meg enjoys working on her farm with her husband, daughter and border collie.
The Gungahlin Medical Centre is conveniently located at 128/43 Hibberson Street Gungahlin, opposite the Post Office.
We accept DVA card holder patients at Gungahlin Medical Centre, Please call 62550888 for an appointment. Please advice reception that you have a DVA card .
We bulk bill children under the age of 16 on weekdays
Coronavirus updated health advice
If you think you have been exposed to the coronavirus please call us on 62550888. Anyone in the ACT who meets the following criteria can be tested for COVID-19
- Fever (>38degC) or history of fever (night sweats, chills) in the absence of a clear alternative cause such as urinary tract infection or cellulitis
- Acute respiratory infection (eg shortness of breath , cough, sore throat)
- Patients with sudden loss of smell, loss of taste, runny nose, muscle pain, joint pain, diarrhoea, vomiting or loss of appetite can be tested for COVID-19 if no alternate cause for these symptoms is apparent
- Monday through Friday: extended business hours
- Saturday and Sunday: 9am to 12 noon
- Open 7 days a week
New Skin Cancer Clinic
We are pleased to announce the opening of our Skin Cancer Clinic at Gungahlin Medical Centre. Your Skin Doctor will image your concerning skin lesions on our software. Also, your Skin Doctor has skills in removing these lesions including surgical skills like grafts and flaps. Please call 62550888 for your Full Body Skin Check.
We offer the following personalised services
- Children’s Health
- Women’s Health
- Men’s Health
- Care for Elderly
- Childhood Immunisation
- Surgery – Minor Operations
- On-site Vaccinations — Flu, Occupational and Travel
- Skin Cancer Screening
- Employment and Insurance Medicals
- On site nurse bulk billed available.
The following forms are downloadable. For full instructions go to Downloadable forms page.
- Request access to your medical records
- Transfer your medical records from another practice
- New patient information form