Aspley Medical Centre

Our Location

1311 Gympie Road (Cnr Robinson Road), Aspley QLD 4034 Australia

Access & Parking

Aspley Medical Centre is situated on the corner of Gympie & Robinson Roads and is opposite The Cheesecake Shop. We share the same premises as Think Pharmacy and Sullivan & Nicolaides. There is parking onsite.

Public Transport

The Bus Interchange at Aspley Hypermarket is 440 metres from the Centre on the opposite side of Gympie Rd. Both Zillmere and Geebung Railway Stations are approx 1.5 kms from the centre. More detailed information can be obtained by accessing the Qld Government's Translink Website.

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Dedication to health

Our vision is to provide you with the highest in quality healthcare and caring, friendly service.

For After Hours care – visit DoctorDoctor

  • Open 7 days
  • New patients welcome
  • Pharmacy & Pathology onsite
  • Open late
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What makes Aspley Medical Centre so different?

At Aspley Medical Centre we provide the highest standard of patient care whilst incorporating a holistic approach towards diagnosis and management of illness.

We are committed to promoting health, wellbeing and disease prevention to all patients.

Practice Manager: Debbie Trueman
Business Manager: Nichole Johnson

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Contact Information

Book appointment (07) 3862 8811 For after hours, please call the practice on (07) 3862 8811 PLEASE NOTE For appointments with Dr Ryan, Dr McShane, and Dr Sydney-Smith, please phone our centre,

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1311 Gympie Road (Cnr Robinson Road), Aspley QLD 4034 Australia

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