The philosophy of this practice is to provide comprehensive and thoughtful medical care to families.
Please dial 000 or attend the nearest hospital in an emergency. The nearest hospital to the Centre is:
Princess Alexandra Hospital, Ipswich Road, Woolloongabba, QLD 4102
PAH Switchboard: ( 07) 3176 2111
Our Centre participates in state/ territory reminder systems which inform you of recurring healthcare issues such as annual check ups, care planning and immunisations. Please advise Reception if you do not wish to receive reminders. Patients will be contacted for recall where clinically indicated.
Most issues are best dealt with in consultation with your Doctor and he/ she will endeavour to take your call where practicable. At times, your Doctor may be attending to other patients and may need to return your call. Please inform our Reception staff if your call is urgent.
Test Results and Referrals
Test results can be obtained in a booked consultation. Referrals to specialists must be made during a consultation and will not be provided from a phone request. In unavoidable circumstances Doctors may provide repeat referrals or scripts, however this is done at the Doctors discretion and may attract a fee of ($20 minimum). We do not send out letters for normal test results. Depending on the urgency of your result or if the Doctor is concerned we will contact you or we will send you a letter.
After Hours and Home Visits
For after hours services please contact our practice on (07) 3848 2447. Our After Hours Services is provided by Australian Locum Medical Service, who can also be contacted on 13 26 60. Home visits are provided by some Doctors at the Centre. Please discuss your requirements with Reception.
ABN: 37 088 149 893
Book appointment (07) 3848 2447 For after hours, please call the practice on (07) 3848 2447
- Opening hours
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