ATSICHS Brisbane Jimbelunga IYHS

About Us

Formally known as Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service (ATSICHS) Brisbane we were formed by community members and concerned general practitioners as a small volunteer group in the early 1970s. Opening its doors in a shopfront at Red Hill we provided primary health care to the Indigenous community around Spring Hill.

Now we have grown to be one of the largest Indigenous community organisations in Queensland and proudly remain community controlled and managed. We provide a diverse range of health and ancillary services to more than 12,000 clients throughout the greater Brisbane and Logan areas.

Primary health care is provided through our five medical clinics.

We also have two dental clinics, mums and bubs programs, a youth service, a social and emotional wellbeing programs and services, an aged cared facility – Jimbelunga, and a variety of family and child support services including foster and kinship care, child protection, a child and family centre at Waterford West, kindergarten programs and a family wellbeing program.

We also manage Joyce Wilding Hostel an 18–room, 27–bed facility that provides short term accommodation for vulnerable women and children.

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