Frequently Asked Questions

To find out more information, talk to one of our friendly staff at your preferred SSEP location

Do you have credit card and EFTPOS services?

Yes. All our clinics have this service available to you.


Do you Bulk Bill?

A patient must have a GP Management Plan (GPMP) and Team Care Arrangements (TCAs). Your GP will decide whether you would benefit from these services and, if so, will issue a valid referral for supervised exercise session. SSEP bulk bills this service, meaning we accept the Medicare benefit as full payment for the service. The patient is required to pay for the service upfront, and will be reimbursed by Medicare.


Is there parking at the clinics?

Yes. At Sydney Sports Medicine Centre parking is available for free
within the NSWIS building. Just remember to bring your ticket up to the
clinic to get validated.

At Hills Sports Medicine parking is available in front of the clinic and at Norwest Market Town shopping centre.

For Sydney University, some parking is available on campus, with 5 parking
spots directly in front of the clinic. Please attend front desk for a
parking voucher, which will allow you to park free of charge on Campus
for your visit.


Can I get public transport to each clinic?

Sydney Olympic Park is serviced by a regular bus and rail network. The
closest station is Sydney Olympic Park which is a 5 minute walk away.
You are required to change trains at Lidcombe for the Sydney Olympic
Park rail service.

Hills Sports Medicine is located in Norwest
Business Park. A reliable bus network services the park from Castle
Hill, Parramatta, Rouse Hill and Blacktown. If you depart the bus on
Norwest Blvd at the Market Town it is a short 2 minute walk to the


What do I wear?

It is advisable that you wear loose comfortable clothing that is adequate to exercise in and does not restrict movement. Comfortable footwear is also recommended. Spare shorts are available at each clinic for patients and clients to borrow if necessary.

Frequently asked questions about exercise physiology