Sunbury Priority Primary Centre

Care when it’s urgent, but not an emergency

Receive value-based priority care for non-life-threatening conditions, without the need to visit an emergency department.

Priority Primary Care Centres are funded by the Victorian Government. Sunbury PPCC is part of the Medicare Urgent Care Clinic network.

The Priority Primary Care Centre (PPCC) at Goonawarra Medical Centre in Sunbury supports the Royal Melbourne Hospital.

The PPCC provides free, immediate, treatment and care for patients with or are experiencing non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses. The PPCC is supported by highly skilled independent doctors and nurses, utilising excellent treatment and procedure room facilities. 

The PPCC is open everyday from 8am to 10pm

You can book online, call or walk-in appointments are also available. 

A nurse will triage and admit to the service if suitable

Some common illnesses or injuries that you can receive priority care for include:

A nurse will triage and admit to the service if suitable

Call Triple Zero (000) or visit your nearest emergency department if you or someone is experiencing the following:

How to make an appointment?

To make an appointment with the PPCC please book online here, or call 9744 9922. Walk In Appointments also available.