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Welcome to St Vincent's Clinic

St Vincent's Clinic is committed to providing patient care of the highest standard and to the pursuit of professional excellence.

With over 300 specialists, access to a range of diagnostic services and day procedures, St Vincent’s Clinic provides comprehensive medical services.

Additionally, St Vincent’s Clinic is committed to funding research to underpin clinical care as well as providing community services via Sisters of Charity Outreach.


Our Mission

As a Catholic organisation our Mission is to bring God’s love to those in need. St Vincent's Clinic serves people in need by joining multidisciplinary health care, compassionate community services, teaching and research.

St Vincent’s Clinic is a multidisciplinary Clinic of excellence, providing a comprehensive range of investigative, diagnostic and therapeutic services for patients referred for health care.

Our research foundation, St Vincent’s Clinic Foundation, supports quality evidence based research and education to underpin clinical excellence.

Our community services, Sisters of Charity Outreach, offers compassionate and diverse services committed to supporting people in need.

Operating within the ethical framework of Mary Aikenhead Ministries and the mission and values of St Vincent’s Health Australia, all at St Vincent’s Clinic are committed to providing care and services of the highest standard and to the pursuit of excellence.

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Getting to the Clinic

St Vincent's Clinic is next door to St Vincent's Private Hospital on the corner of Oxford and Victoria Street Darlinghurst, close to the Sydney CBD.

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What's Happening

Peter Falk OAM joined the Board of Trustees of St Vincent’s Clinic Foundation in 1994 under the presidency of Sr Bernice. He continued to contribute to the St Vincent's Clinic Foundation for a further 22 Years.

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