Welcome to our practice


Medowie Medical Centre's GP is Dr Rajan Sarin.

He is a locally trained GP with over ten years of experience. He completed his hospital training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney and served as a GP in Goulburn for 7 years and Wallsend for 5 years.

Dr Sarin looks forward to many years of practising in Medowie and meeting new as well as existing patients.

Dr Sarin's degree is the MBBS, he has  FRACGP and Diploma in Child Health (Westmead Children's Hospital) and has recently completed his Fellowship in Acupuncture with the Australian Medical Acupuncture College (FAMAC).

His special interests are

  • pain medicine

  • child health chronic disease management

  • men's health

Where are we?
What services do we provide?

You'll find us in Waropara Rd, next door to the school, about 500 metres from Ferodale Rd.


Parking is at the door.


Click here for a larger map and instructions on how to find us:

We provide:

Health assessments

Care plans


Paediatric health checks

Travel advice

Mental health care plans

Diabetes care

Antenatal Care

Women's health checks

Aboriginal health assessments

Pain management


Skin cancer checks

After Hours


The local division of general practice, Hunter Urban Medicare Local, or GP Access, provides after-hours care for our patients.

Consultations are at the Calvary Mater Hospital. These are bulk-billed.

Call 1300 130 147. A nurse will advise you on what to do for symptom relief or will make an appointment for you .


Your medical record is confidential. We maintain security of information at all times. All staff respect your confidentiality.

Telephone access All calls to the GP - when in consultation with patients - are triaged by our nurse. 

Quality assurance We endeavour to maintain a high standard of medical care. We value constructive feedback either in person or in writing.


Get in Touch


6a Waropara Rd

Medowie 2318

02 49 818 002

Line 2: 49817071


02 49 818 010

After hours:

GP access 1300 130 147


Ambulance 000

International Emergency 112

Text-based emergency number for people who are hearing or speech impaired: 106

This service operates using a textphone (TTY) or a computer with modem access.