Visit a Sydney Street Mackay Doctor for your Medical Services

Sydney Street Medical boasts an experienced team of doctors whose professionalism is matched only by their friendly nature. Sydney Street Medical is a part of the local Mackay community. Whether you’re a new patient or a returning patient, you can make your next appointment online today.


  • General medical care

  • Urgent Appointments for sick children

  • Full skin cancer checks

  • Immunisation – all ages

  • WorkCover

  • Spirometry (lung function tests)

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)

  • Iron Infusions

  • Travel vaccines and advice

  • 24 Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor

  • Holter Monitor

Female Health

Assessments & Plans


  • Minor Operations and Procedures

  • Full and Partial toenail removals

  • Cast application and removal

  • Fracture management

  • Sports and musculoskeletal medicine

Skin Clinic

To learn more about our regular skin clinics, click the button below to visit our dedicated information page.

Frequently Asked Questions

Sydney Street Medical is a private billing clinic, meaning all consultations are time-based and attract a fee. Reduced fees apply for aged pension cards holders. All children under 16 years of age and 65+ years with a concession card are bulk billed.

A list of fees are available at our reception desk. Fees are payable at the time of consultation by cash, credit card or EFTPOS. Additional out of pocket expenses may be incurred for some procedures, wound dressings & medicals performed.

We ask that a double appointment be made for complex problems, Insurance and Medicals. Also book an appointment for each family member, who needs to be seen. This will help to keep our Doctors on schedule.

As a courtesy to our other patients, please call the clinic 24 hours prior to your scheduled appointment to cancel if you are unable to make your appointment. Failure to attend the practice without any notice will incur a cancellation fee.

All script requests will require an appointment with your GP.  

We ask that you phone for your results between the hours of 2pm and 4pm. It is often necessary for patients to have follow-up appointments to discuss results and have advice regarding future management. Only patients aged 14 or over can ring for their own results, not another family member or friend, unless we have written authorisation from the patient. For patients under the age of 14, the results are given to their primary carer.

This practice has the facility to advise you of health reminders and non-urgent recall appointments by SMS or email. Please advise reception if you prefer to not be notified by SMS or Email.

“This practice is committed to maintaining the confidentiality of your personal health information. Your medical record is a confidential document. It is the policy of this practice to maintain the security of your personal health information at all times and to ensure that this information is only available to authorized members of staff”.

75+ Health Assessment

The purpose of this yearly health assessment is to assist in identifying any risk factors that may require further health management. Along with assessing a person’s health status, this health assessment is used to identify a broad range of factors that influence a person’s physical, mental, and social functioning. Components of this health check may include:

  • measurement blood pressure, pulse rate and rhythm;
  • an assessment of medication;
  • an assessment of continence;
  • an assessment of immunisation status;
  • an assessment of physical function, including the activities of daily living, and whether you have had a fall in the last 3 months;
  • an assessment of psychological function, including cognition and mood;
  • an assessment of social function, including the availability and adequacy of paid and unpaid help, and whether you are responsible for caring for another person.

45-49 Year Health Assessment

This health check focuses on preventative care, the aim is to detect and prevent chronic disease and enable early intervention, while also assessing your current state of health. Your doctor will also ask a series of questions involving the following factors:

    • Whether you smoke, what you smoke and how often.
    • Your diet, whether you’re eating enough fruits and vegetables and what types of fat you consume.
    • How often you drink alcohol and how many alcohol-free days you have per week.
    • Your level of physical activity, and how many minutes of moderate to high intensity activity you perform each day.
    • Your mental health and feelings of depression or anxiety.
    • Family history for a variety of illnesses, including stroke, heart disease, diabetes and osteoporosis.

    Healthy Heart Check

    A Healthy Heart Check is for anyone 45 years and over, or 30 years and over for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The nurse will check your blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels as well as having a conversation regarding your history and current lifestyle. You will be asked about:

        • Your diet
        • Physical activity levels
        • If you smoke or drink alcohol
        • Whether you are maintaining a healthy weight
        • Your medical and family history.

        Your GP will use this information to determine your risk of having a heart attack or stroke in the next five years. If required a plan will be put in place to improve these risk factors and keep on top of your heart health.

            Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander 715 Health Check

            This health check is important as it can help identify whether you’re at risk of illnesses or chronic conditions. If it is identified that you have a chronic condition, this health check will ensure that you are getting the correct medication and care that you require.

            As part of your health check, the doctor can refer you to up to 10 free follow-up services if needed, for example:

            • a specialist or another health service
            • a counsellor
            • a service that works to prevent chronic conditions.

            What happens in your health check depends on your age and circumstances. Some things that may be checked are:

            • check your blood pressure
            • check blood sugar levels
            • measure your height and weight
            • do a blood test
            • do a urine test
            • ask about the health of your family
            • talk to you about your health priorities and goals
            • other tests, as needed.

                GP Management Plan and Team Care Arrangements

                A GP Management Plan (GPMP) is used to help patients with chronic conditions. It is a collaborative approach to achieving optimal health for the patient by working closely with their GP, nursing staff, allied health professionals and specialists if required. If eligible you may be referred to five allied health services, ten for diabetic care plans. Once this plan is in place, it should be reviewed every 3-4 months to ensure that it remains current and relevant.

                      Mental Health Treatment Plan

                      A Mental Health Care Plan (MHTP) is essential in helping patients create a treatment plan and set goals which aims in assisting with the patient’s mental health. This can be done with the aide of a Mental Health trained nurse and GP, or with your GP alone.

                      A MHTP allows you to claim up to 10 sessions each calendar with a Medicare registered mental health professional.

                      There is a lot of conditions that fall under the mental health banner which includes but not limited to:

                            • Anxiety
                            • Depression
                            • Grief and loss
                            • Panic Disorders
                            • Phobias
                            • PTSD
                            • Eating Disorders
                            • Alcoholism
                            • Drug addiction
                            • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
                            • Psychotic Disorders
                            • Schizophrenia
                            • Bipolar

                            Book in and see your local health professional today at Sydney Street Medical.