Parkwood Family Practice

Our Location

306 Olsen Avenue, Parkwood QLD 4214 Australia

Access & Parking

Parkwood Family Practice is on the corner of Tonga Place and Olsen Avenue, up the road from Parkwood Tavern.

Public Transport

Tram stops at Gold Coast University Hospital it's an approximate 10-15 minute walk from the station

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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
  • Male and female doctors
  • New patients welcome
  • Appointments available
  • Pharmacy onsite
  • Pathology onsite
  • Same day appointments
  • Pharmacy & Pathology onsite
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  • Open 6 days
  • Physiotherapy onsite
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What makes Parkwood Family Practice so different?

Become a part of our  family with personal attention from our experienced caring medical professionals and friendly staff.

Our spacious rooms are centrally located and easily accessable.

We have well equipped surgical rooms attended by our excellent nursing staff.

We have doctors that specialise in

  • Hypnotherapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Pre-employment Medicals
  • Workcover claims
  • Workplace Health Sevices : Assessment & Screening, Pre-employment medicals, Musculo-Skeletal Assessments, Injury Specific Medicals, Vaccination Programs, Workcover Injury Management- Our doctors are familiar with processing WorkCover claims and committed to delivering the best achievable health outcomes.

Onsite Pharmacy, Pathology, Physio

Visiting:  Psychologist, Dietition


Contact Information

Book appointment (07) 5571 7233 For after hours services please call (07) 5594 8388

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306 Olsen Avenue, Parkwood QLD 4214 Australia

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