Woolloongabba Medical Clinic
Our Woolloongabba Medical Clinic provides a comprehensive range of medical and clinical services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Brisbane region.
Our health services work closely with patients and their families/caregivers to provide and support patient-directed and patient-centred care.
We’re committed to supporting community to overcome barriers in attending appointments both internally and through tertiary healthcare providers to ensure they have access to the best holistic health care in a timely manner.
Our clinic services are committed to providing a culturally safe environment where community can attend for medical, social and emotional care and support.
We listen to community feedback to implement change, drive innovation, and ensure growth and development in all areas of our service delivery.
Our teams celebrate our culture with community and regularly hold cultural celebrations, special event and health awareness promotions in our clinics.
- Care Co-ordination Nurse
- Clinic Nurses
- Community Liaison Officer
- COVID-19 vaccinations
- GP services
- Indigenous Health Worker
- Nurse Practitioner
- Child Health Nurse
- Diabetes Educator
- Exercise Physiologist
- Hearing Assessment Program – Early Ears (HAP-EE)
- Occupational Therapist – Adult
- Occupational Therapist – Paediatric
- Pain Specialist
- Speech Pathologist – Adult
- Speech Pathologist – Paediatric
Clinic Medical Staff
Qualifications: MD, FRACGP
Special Interests: General medicine, women’s health and paediatrics
Role: GP Registrar
Special Interests: Chronic conditions, family health, children’s health.
Qualifications: MBBS/BSc, FRACGP, DRANZCOG
Special Interests: Sexual, women’s and reproductive health. LGBTIQ+