Our Practice

LOGAN CENTRAL MEDICAL CENTRE  has 31 Medical Professionals and Health Support workers onsite, comprising of:

General Practitioners, Nurses, visiting Specialists, Allied Health Professionals and Administrative Health Support Workers.

LOGAN CENTRAL MEDICAL CENTRE – Serving our Community 

We offer a wide range of services and work collectively to offer the best care possible to the people of Logan Central and to the wider community. Our Practice  Doctors have a strong committment to Family Health with   dedicated interests  in:

Diabetes, Skin Cancer, Antenatal shared-care, Indigenous Health & Pelvic Floor Incontinence.

If you are worried about a lump, bump or skin lesion contact our friendly receptionists and let them know you would like a skin check.  All of our doctors offer full or partial body skin checks.

We also have a Chronic Disease Management Nurse who specialises in the education & management of Diabetes. Our facilities include a 4 bed treatment room, a Minor-Procedure room and Pelvic Floor Chair (for the treatment of Incontinence and Impotence). Onsite we are supported by  Pharmacy, X-ray and Pathology clinics, as well as Physiotherapist & Podiatrists.

LOGAN CENTRAL MEDICAL CENTRE  – ABN 37 088 149 893

After Hours Care is provided by  ‘Doctor Doctor’ (formerly -Australian Locum Medical Service)Please telephone 32087566. Our After-Hours Deputising service provides home visits by a General Practitioner when this Centre is closed.  A report will be sent back to us by fax regarding your treatment.  For full details please collect a brochure from our front desk.

Home Visits. Doctors at this Centre do provide home visits in certain instances to their regular patients; this is on a case by case basis. If you think you or your family member may be in need of a home visit please make an appointment to discuss this with your doctor.

Test Results. It is the policy of all doctors in this practice that test results are given out at a follow-up consultation; unless you have a prior arrangement with your Doctor.  Whilst every care is taken to contact you with regards to test results; it is ultimtely your responsibility to follow-up the outcome of your tests. DO NOT rely solely on the surgery contacting you.

Telephone Policy. Most issues are best dealt with in consultation with your GP. If you need to talk to your GP urgently, please advise our Reception staff of the details as your GP may be attending to another patient at that time.  Arrangements will be negotiated for you to call at a later time or for  the doctor to return your call when convenient.  Contact by email can also be made to logancentral@ipn.com.au ( though not for appointments)

Our Patient Recall & Reminder System. As a valued Patient, you will be automatically enrolled in our Recall & Reminder System. This is to ensure you receive relevant health information and pertinent reminders relating to your health such as vaccine updates, test results or screening services.  Please advise us if you would prefer not to receive this information.

For after hours services please contact our practice on (07) 3208 7566. Our After Hours Services are provided by our After-hours deputising service –  ‘Doctor Doctor’

LOGAN CENTRAL MEDICAL CENTRE – Indigenous Acknowledgement

Logan Central 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.

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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