Welcome to Robina Town Medical Centre

RTMC was established in 1996 by Dr David Bartlett at the original Robina Town Centre site. The Practice has grown with the Robina community over the past 18 years, and expanded in 2006 with our branch Practice opened at the Easy T Centre to improve access to care. The 2 Practices continue to run as a combined Practice with shared database, staff and resources. Patients are able to be seen at either Practice with all Doctors having access to medical records. We have 23 General Practitioners at RTMC and are able to offer same day appointments in nearly all cases. There is a great range of GP’s at RTMC with a lot of very experienced Doctors, many of which have been here for most of RTMC’s 19 years. There is a good blend of female and male GPs as well as several younger Doctors who have brought their enthusiasm and new ideas and training into the Practice. We are proud to work alongside our experienced Practice nurses, reception and administration staff who make RTMC run so smoothly.

Training Practices

Both locations of RTMC are fully qualified Level 1 training Practices with General Practice Training Qld. GP Registrars are fully qualified Doctors with at least 3 years hospital experience behind them before starting as a GP Registrar. Their Registrar period is for 2 full-time years culminating in attaining membership to the RACGP after passing their Fellowship exams. Many Registrars stay on at RTMC after their exams but some move on and are replaced by new Registrars. Although this can be disruptive at times all Doctors have access to the medical records and continuity of care can be safely assured. Registrars are well supported at RTMC with many or our experienced Doctors being fully qualified GP Supervisors. Professors Chris Del Mar and Jane Smith from Bond University Medical School work part-time as GPs at RTMC and help run journal clubs and training activities for our Registrars and other Doctors. In addition all of our staff regularly participates in professional development and training activities.


Robina Town Medical Centre is a fully accredited General Practice under the 4th Edition of General Practice Standards. Accreditation is a process of ensuring our Practice is following the standards laid down by the RACGP and is a sign of our commitment to Quality Patient Care. We are passionate about delivering high quality health care and our goal is to be a leader in the health industry by offering a wide range of medical services to the local community. In addition RTMC participates in the Australian Primary Care Collaborative and other programs which allows Practices around Australia to share ideas and to strive for continued improvements.

Allied Health

RTMC has had co-located allied health services for many years including: psychologypodiatry, dietitian and diabetic educator. This has added to the range of services we can provide and has assisted many patients in chronic disease management as well as acute care. In addition we have established a strong network with other local allied health professionals and hospitals to integrate further into local health services.

Sullivan Nicolaides have a pathology collection centre at both Practices.
Both Practices are close to Pharmacies, Diagnostic Imaging Services and Hospitals.


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Allied Health

RTMC acknowledges the traditional custodians of the Gold Coast and surrounding areas and we have participated in the “Close the Gap” initiative which assists in providing appropriate health care for persons of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island origin.
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    New Online Booking System Now Live

    New Online Booking System Now Live

    Our new online booking system integrates fully with our Doctor’s diaries in real time. This allows for all available appointments for all Doctors to be shown, to improve access to the Doctor and time of your choice. We will be providing information and education on how to fully utilise this service, but feel free to try it for yourself. If you have any problems please ask reception staff at your next visit.



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    Journal Club

    Journal Clubs are a great way for the Doctors to keep up to date. Here Professor Chris Del Mar leads a group discussion on Diabetes management