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RaRMS Health - Warialda

Welcome to RaRMS Health Warialda.


You can book an appointment with a practitioner by calling Reception on

02 6729 1520

Operating hours are:

  • Monday to Friday from 9am - 6pm
  • Saturday 9am - 12pm

If you require emergency medical care at any time or require urgent medical care outside of our opening hours, please visit the Warialda MPS (Hospital: 02 6728 9000) or dial 000 for an ambulance. 


Each of the GPs, visiting Specialists or Allied Health Providers who see patients in the surgery operate their own independent practice. GPs include: 

  • Dr Clement Gordon, MBBS, DA(UK), DRACOG, BA, FRACGP, DCH, Grad Diplomia Rural Health, M FAM MED
  • Dr Diana Coote, MBBS, FRACGP
  • Dr Elizabeth Gordon, MBBS, FRACGP
  • Dr Shikha Nigam

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Our GPs include:

Dr Diana Coote 

Graduated MB BS (Qld) in 1978 and has had 28 years’ experience as a GP. She has completed a Fertility Control course with the Australian Family Planning Association and regularly attends the Rural Health Continuing Education programs. In addition to comprehensive general practice care she has special interests in obstetric care, paediatrics, women’s health interests and counselling. 

Dr Clement Gordon 

Graduated MB BS (Qld) in 1978. He has had a wide hospital and general practice experience before commencing as a GP in Warialda in 1989. His postgraduate qualifications before moving to Warialda include Diploma of the Royal Australian College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists, Diploma of Anaesthetics (United Kingdom), Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. 
Since arriving in Warialda his commitment to general practice and continuing medical education has continued. He has also completed Postgraduate Diplomas in Family Medicine and Rural Health. 

Dr Elizabeth Gordon 

Graduated MBBS (Qld) in 2008. Dr Elizabeth worked at the medical centre as a registrar in 2013 and became a General Practitioner in 2015. Dr Gordon has been working at the Warialda Medical Centre since December 2017. Her special interests are women’s and children’s health. 




Warialda is a town in the Northwest Slopes region of NSW, under the Gwydir Shire. Situated on the banks of Warialda Creek, the town's name means “Place of Wild Honey” in local aboriginal language.

In the 2016 Census, there were 1,590 people in Warialda. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 7.2% of the population.

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  • Warialda is accessible by car and is approximately 7.5-8 hours from Sydney and 5.5-6 hours from Brisbane

  • There is no commercial airport at Warialda. Access by air requires travel from regional centres. The closest regional centre is Moree (approx. 1 hour).


Warialda Multi Purpose Service is a 25-bed facility, consisting of 15 Residential Aged care beds and 10 Acute care beds and provides care for the community of Warialda and surrounding district. It offers a range of services including:

  • On call visiting medical officer services

  • Emergency

  • Pathology services

  • Radiology services

  • Residential age care

The closest referral hospital is Tamworth Base Hospital which is approximately 2 hours from Warialda.

There is also a 36-bed aged care facility which has a dementia ward.

Telephone: 02 6729 1520
Address: 22 Hope Street, Warialda NSW 2402