Our Accredited General Practice provides a comprehensive range of medical services.  We employ several doctors and provide health checks, immunisations, nursing and pathology collection.  We also work closely with allied health services.

The Bungendore Medical Centre is committed to preventative and evidence based medicine providing a health service for the residents of Bungendore and its surrounding districts including, Tarago, Bywong, Wamboin, and Captain’s Flat.

Our mission is to provide our patients with “best practice” medicine in a caring, respectful, supportive and friendly environment.

Bowel Screening Age Lowered to 45. May 23, 2024 - From 1 July 2024, the government is lowering the eligible screening age for bowel cancer from 50 to 45 years. Eligible people aged 45 to 49 can request their first bowel cancer screening kit be mailed to them. Eligible people aged 50 to 74 will continue to receive a bowel cancer screening kit in the mail every 2 years. All eligible people aged 45 to 74 can also ask their doctor about getting a kit. Your next test kit will… Read More
BMC is now a parkrun practice! May 23, 2024 - We are thrilled to announce that Bungendore Medical Centre is now a parkrun practice! WHAT IS PARKRUN? If you've never heard about parkrun before, are seeking further information, or you want to register to run, this link will help: https://www.parkrun.com.au/bungendorecommon WHAT IS A PARKRUN PRACTICE? RACGP (Royal Association College of General Practitioners) has partnered with parkrun Australia to promote the health and wellbeing of staff and patients. Under this initiative, GP practices across Australia are encouraged to develop strong links… Read More
National Sorry Day 2024 May 23, 2024 - May 26 is National Sorry Day On this day we all have a further opportunity to reflect and acknowledge the historical injustices inflicted upon Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Reconciliation Australia writes: “We cannot begin to fix the problems of the present without accepting the truth of our history” On National Sorry Day, we particularly remember the ongoing pain and suffering endured by generations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families who were forcibly removed from their homes and… Read More
National Palliative Care Week May 23, 2024 - National Palliative Care Week (NPCW), returns from 19 May to 25 May 2024. The week marks the nation’s largestannual initiative aimed at deepening people’s understanding of palliative care and encouraging action around end-of-life planning. To find helpful resources please visit https://palliativecare.org.au/ Read More
International Day Against LGBTQIA+ Discrimination May 17, 2024 - International Day Against LGBTQIA+ Discrimination is recognised on May 17. OR IDAHOBIT Here at the medical centre, we strive to be an inclusive workplace, where our people are encouraged to bring their whole selves to work. Acknowledging important days such as IDAHOBIT, is just one way we do this. How can you support? Especially today be sure to wear your rainbow badges or lanyards loud and proud. If you’re looking for more ways to get involved, there are resources available on… Read More