Logan Central Medical Centre

Our Location

1 Wembley Road, Logan Central QLD 4114 Australia

Access & Parking

Logan Central Medical Centre is located on the corner of Kingston and Wembley Roads, beside Logan City Bowling Alley.

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Dedication to health

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

  • Bulk billing available
  • Ample parking available
  • Open 7 days
  • Male and female doctors
  • New patients welcome
  • Appointments available
  • Same day appointments
  • Pharmacy & Pathology onsite
  • Bulk billing
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What makes Logan Central Medical Centre so different?

Our big difference is that our centre is managed by doctors and staff who have worked at LCMC since it opened in 2001. Dedicated staff who have up to 30 years solid experience with the people of Logan. We work hard to make our patient’s encounter with this centre a calm and positive experience.

  • Doctors, who come from many different countries; have developed an affinity for our Indigenous and Migrant population.
  • Nurses and Admin Staff who love the work they do; enjoy engaging with families  who have been coming to our Centre and  to our doctors for years.
  • We are also keen to help patients who are new to our centre and endeavour to work hard to go the extra step to assist.

We are also supported by a generous team of  visiting Specialists & Allied Health professionals who have been part of the Logan Health scene for many years:

  • Obstrician/Gynaecologist
  • Psychologist
  • Dietician
  • Hearing Aid Service
  • Cardiologist

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Contact Information

Book appointment (07) 3208 7566 For after hours, please call the practice on (07) 3208 7566 FAX 07 32087480

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1 Wembley Road, Logan Central QLD 4114 Australia

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