Central Clinic Warragul
We are pleased to provide our patients with a brand new stylish facility. There are daily newspapers and free Wi-Fi available. You can explore the clinic using the interactive virtual tour below! Click and drag on the image to control the camera. Scroll in and out to zoom. Clicking on hotspots (marked with a grey bubble icon) will move you throughout the facility. You can also choose a location from the slider at the bottom.
The tour may be slow to load on some connections, so please wait patiently after clicking.
A bus service runs regularly along Normanby Street. The bus-stop is 500 meters from the Clinic. If you need assistance with this service, please contact Warragul Bus Lines on: 5623 5377 or visit their website at: www.warragulbuslines.com.au
Parking: Central Clinic Warragul has a dedicated carpark with no time restrictions on parking duration. The clinic has disabled parking for patients who require it.
Wheelchair Accessibility: Central Clinic Warragul is completely wheelchair accessible.
For any other accessibility concerns, please contact the clinic on: 03 5622 3377
Patients may use an interpreter service to assist with language difficulties. The Clinic does not encourage the use of family or friends to act as translators.
All doctors have access to the ATIS interpreter service. ATIS is an automated, immediate interpreting service for agency clients who need access to a phone interpreter.
Many of our staff are also multi-lingual. Search for a doctor who speaks your native language.
Pathology test can be performed by Melbourne Pathology.
Central Clinic Warragul: an on-site pathology centre is located within clinic. No appointment is required for pathology tests. On arrival, take a number at the front door of the pathology rooms.
Monday- Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 12:30pm
There is also a Melbourne Pathology just 500m away at 197-199 Sutton Street, Warragul
Prescriptions can be filled at the Advantage Pharmacy located in the clinic.
Monday-Friday: 9:00am - 5:30pm
A ‘quiet area’ is available within the larger waiting room. Children are able to watch children’s television programs while visiting the clinic.