Springfield Superclinic

Our Location

29-31 Commercial Drive Corner Woodcrest Way, Springfield QLD 4300 Australia

Access & Parking

Springfield Superclinic is located on the corner of Woodcrest Way and Commercial Drive. Onsite parking available.

Public Transport

Train station and bus stops within walking distance.

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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


Upcoming Public Holiday Opening Hours

Good Friday 8am – 1pm
Easter Saturday 8am – 1pm
Easter Sunday 8am- 1pm
Easter Monday 8am – 1pm
ANZAC Day 8am – 1pm

  • Open 7 days
  • Male and female doctors
  • New patients welcome
  • Bulk billing
  • Same day appointments
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What makes Springfield Superclinic so different?

Springfield Superclinic is a 7 day medical clinic for all ages. We offer the highest standards of healthcare for you and your family, offering bulk billing for all patients with a current Medicare card.

When we close our doors at 7pm we have an after hours home visit service.

For your non-emergency needs please phone DoctorDoctor 07 3818 9399

We do not charge a co-payment fee as our  Medicare Bulk Billed consultations

Our friendly Male and Female Doctors look forward to looking after the healthcare needs of you and your family.

T  07 3818 9399  F   07 3818 9388


Contact Information

Book appointment (07) 3818 9399 For after hours, please call (07) 3818 9399

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29-31 Commercial Drive Corner Woodcrest Way, Springfield QLD 4300 Australia

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