A mainstay of the Kings Cross local community.

Confident Doctor and Couple Patient Sitting at the Table in Clinic Office. Family Doctor.

Kings Cross Clinic was established by the late Dr Raymond Seidler in 1985 and has operated from the same premises ever since.

Centrally located in cosmopolitan Springfield Avenue, our practice has catered to the medical needs of the Kings Cross, Darlinghurst and Potts Point communities for over three decades.

From families to flight attendants, movie stars and backpackers, we pride ourselves on catering to all walks of life.


Monday to Friday

9:00 am to 1:00 pm

2:30pm to 5:30pm


10am to 1pm

After Hours:

Please contact Sydney Medical Service Co-op on 8724 6300

Fees and consultation types

KXTC charges time-based fees for consultations:

  • A standard consultation is up to 20 minutes and costs $80.00.
  • A long consultation is 20-40 minutes and costs $130.00
  • A prolonged consultation is longer than 40 minutes and costs $180.00.
  • Home visits in a radius of 2km from the practice for existing patients that are home-bound cost $300 for a standard consult.
  • All fees are Medicare-rebatable at the time of payment.

All school-aged children are bulk billed.

If you are registered with Centrelink and hold an Aged Pension Card, we will bulk bill your consultation at no charge.

We offer aged care facility visits in a radius of 2 km from the practice.


Doctor Administering Vaccine

General Practice

  • General and Family Medicine and Health Checks
  • Sexual Health Checks
  • Mental Health Reviews and Care Plans
  • Addiction Medicine
  • Aged Care Medicine
  • Infant and Childhood Vaccinations
  • Wound Care

Travel Medicine

  • Complete array of vaccinations (incl. Yellow Fever)
  • We also stock all the medications and kits you'll need - no need to go to the pharmacy or a hospital.
  • Antibiotics for infections
  • Treatment for serious travellers diarrhoea
  • Anti Giardia medication
  • Antimalarial medication

Our History

Dr Ray Seidler opened Kings Cross Clinic in the mid-80s.

His practice soon grew to serve a diverse group of patients which included local residents, the elderly, police, politicians, homeless and otherwise marginalised people and the occasional celebrity.

He is perhaps best remembered for his tireless work in the field of addiction medicine, publicly advocating for policy reform and being instrumental in the opening of one of Sydney's first methadone clinics.

The clinic continues to be a beacon to our local community, continuing in Dr Ray's mission.