With the current Coronavirus pandemic, we would prefer to conduct most consultations by telephone where possible.
Before attending these rooms, please ring to see if this is appropriate for you.

FAQs

Where is The Hornsby Cardiac Diagnostic Unit located?

The Hornsby Cardiac Diagnostic Unit is conveniently located in the Hornsby Town Centre in the Madison Building, opposite the Hornsby Westfield Shopping Centre, on Hunter Street. 
We are in Suite 14, 25-29 Hunter Street, Hornsby. 
The Madison building is located next door to the HSBC Bank, near the Hornsby Fountain.
We are situated on the 1st Floor of the Madison Building. 
Patients can use either the Lifts or the Stairs.

Is there parking available?

It is advisable to park in the Hornsby Westfield Shopping Centre car park, 
3 hours free parking is available at the Westfield Shopping Centre. 

What hours are you open?

We are open from 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday. 

Do I need a referral?

Yes, you need a referral for all our tests, with the exception of the 
24 hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor, for which there is no Medicare rebate. 

What preparation should I do?

Please refer to the web page for information about the diagnostic test for which you have been referred. 

Will the test be painful? 

Our procedures are not painful, however, you may experience some discomfort. 
None of our procedures involve needles or injections. 
Please refer to the web page for information about the diagnostic test for which you have been referred. 

How soon will my General Practitioner get the report?

Please refer to the web page for information about the diagnostic test for which you have been referred. 

How much will my test cost? 

Please phone and our receptionist will outline charges for your test and the applicable Medicare rebates.
We do not generally bulk bill. 

Do you offer concessions for pensioners?

Yes. Patients are to advise the Reception staff when booking their appointment.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Useful Links

Heart Foundation 
 
British Heart Foundation
 
American Heart Association
 
World Heart Foundation
 
Australian Cardiomyopathy Association
 
Heart Rhythm Society
 
Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand
 
Heart Research Institute Newsroom – Fast Facts
 
Information for patients
 
Australian Government site with reliable patient information www.healthinsite.gov.au
 
Atrial Fibrillation Association