The APC Prosthetics Group began in June 1998 as a partnership of four founding members, built on the firm foundation of over 100 years of combined clinical experience. Our philosophy has always been and remains to achieve the best outcome for our clients, aiming for the best possible comfort, the best possible function and the best possible lifestyle.
Since the Sydney 2000 Paralympics, we have been the appointed prosthetic service provider to the Australian Paralympic Team and continue to contribute to their success.
Originally established in Northmead, we soon realised that with ever growing demand, bigger and more modern facilities were needed. Plans were made to relocate to purpose built premises directly adjacent to Westmead Hospital. This remains our Northmead Clinic today.
These state-of-the-art facilities were completed in 2004 and officially opened by the then NSW Minister for Health and former Premier of NSW, the RT honourable Morris Iemma on August 19th, 2004. The building is named “Muenger House” in memory of Erwin Muenger, one of the founding members.
Three years later saw the addition of APC Prosthetics Hunter in Newcastle. Here we provide services to the Amputee community in the Hunter and Newcastle areas in our custom-designed facility.
In 2016, the APC Prosthetics Group expanded further with the opening of APC Alexandria, a new modern facility located in Alexandria, NSW. Perfectly located near Sydney Domestic and International Airports, the Alexandria Clinic makes it easier for interstate and international clients to access our services. The Alexandria Clinic provides all prosthetic services, specialising in the latest prosthetic solutions most appropriate for NDIS participants, private and insurance clients.
Our internationally recognised clinical team attends several amputee clinics in NSW and is the first choice for many amputees throughout Australia.