About Us

Our History

Our practice has been looking after South West Sydney families for over 50 years. In 1962, Dr Ram Singh started his practice in Dale Street, Fairfield and developed a practice that had a strong commitment towards family medicine. Meanwhile, in 1985, on the other side of Fairfield, Dr Siam Nai Tang and Dr Ton Lee commenced their practice at Nelson Street. In 2008, the Singh Family Practice and the Lee & Tang practice relocated to Smart Street, Fairfield along with the practices of Dr Boon Lee and Dr Ahila Sivaguru. Fairfield Central Medical Centre was founded in its current location in 2008.

Our practice is a fully-accredited RACGP medical practice.

What does it mean to be fully-accredited?
It means that our practice has achieved independent accreditation against standards set by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and that our general practice is serious about providing high quality, safe and effective care to standards of excellence determined by the general practice profession. Our practice is independently accredited by GPA Australia.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to make an appointment to see a Doctor?

FCMC works on an appointment basis. Please contact the practice to make an appointment or book your appointment online. Walk-in patients are welcome however patients with appointments are treated with priority.

Do I require to book a long Appointment?

The practice do standard 10-15 minute appointments. Some services like pap smears, health assessments, skin checks, or if you have a number of complex concerns to discuss with your GP, you may need to book a longer appointments.

Is it possible to have my results over the phone?

Telephone consultations will not be carried out and patients are encouraged to make an appointment with the receptionist or book an appointment online to discuss their results.

Can I always see my regular Doctor?

This will depends on the availability of the doctor. If the doctor is available, you will have an appointment, if the doctor is not available, we can offer you to see our other doctor or alternatively you can book an appointment for the next day.

Do I need to make an appointment for Blood Test?

No, you do not need an appointment for blood test.

How do I organise a work cover Consultation with a Doctor?

Work cover consultations will be treated the same as normal consultations. Work cover patients attending the practice will need to inform their employer regarding their injury and should have their employer details ready and provided to the receptionist when they arrived.

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