SaiMed Specialist Centre is a specialist consulting centre. Located away from the hustle and bustle of the big city and big hospital consulting rooms, this medical centre is easily accessible by all modes of public transport and has plenty of car parking available, both in the medical centre and on adjoining streets.
At the SaiMed Specialist Centre, we are committed to the health and wellbeing of our patients. Currently Gynaecologist / Obstetrician and Haematologist services are available. The doctors come with many years’ experience, and offer a comprehensive range of skills. The specialist team pride themselves on patient centred care and work in close association with General Practitioners and other specialists to provide patients with the highest quality comprehensive care.
All specialists have public hospital attachments in the region, these include the Royal Melbourne Hospital and The Northern Hospital. Our specialists also have admitting rights to all the major private hospitals in the area, including John Fawkner Private Hospital and Melbourne Private Hospital. This allows us to provide seamless outpatient and inpatient services.
The medical centre is located at 161 Keilor Road, Essendon, on the corner of Keilor Rd & Hedderwick St. On-site parking is available at the rear of the building and off-site with plenty of 2 hour parking on both sides of Keilor Road. We are located within minutes of major arterial roads; Tullamarine Freeway, City Link, Western Ring Road and the Calder Freeway. Tram No. 59 (Gillies St/Keilor Rd. Stop 49 – Essendon North Primary School) comes from Elizabeth Street/Flinders Station is located about a one minute walk from our front door. Essendon train station is about 1.5kms away, from there you can catch the tram. For further directions you can speak to our friendly receptionists on (03) 9379 4114.
SaiMed Specialist Centre is a privately run practice and fees are set according to the Australian Medical Association guidelines. However, considering the socio-economic status of the Northwest regions, the fees are set lower than recommended by AMA. Full payment of fees must be made on the day of consultation. Personal cheque, Card and Cash payments are all accepted. TAC and work cover patients must bring their claim details.