Kuranda Medical Centre is located in the heart of the scenic village of Kuranda, operating out of a light and airy architect designed, purpose-built medical centre.
We service a diverse community of over 7,000 patients of which approximately 1,200 are Indigenous. We also have many patients from the Atherton Tablelands and Northern Beaches, who appreciate our personalised friendly service and relaxed atmosphere.
We provide a comprehensive family medical service for all walks of life.
Indigenous Acknowledgement: Kuranda Medical Centre acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.
Practice Manager: Kerryn Prentice
Business Manager: Sarah Pittman
Recall / Reminder System
As a valued patient, you will be automatically enrolled in our Reminder System, to ensure you receive relevant health information and pertinent reminders relating to your health, such as vaccine updates or screening services. Patients will be registered with the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register and Qld Health Pap Smear Register. Please advise us if you do not wish to receive reminders. Patients will be contacted for recall where clinically indicated.
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.
Most issues are best dealt with in consultation with your Doctor and he/she will endeavour to take you call where practicable. Whilst in consultation with other patients, the doctors require the reception staff to take messages that will be dealt with at the end of the session, or where practicable. Please advise the Reception Staff if the call is urgent.
Book appointment (07) 4093 7118 Fax: 07 4093 7489 For after hours, please call Cairns Base 4226 0000 or Mareba Hosp 4092 2322
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