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Jajumbora Child and Family Health

Keeping you, your kids and family happy and healthy

We provide child health support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from 0-5 years and their families.

At Jajumbora we offer:

  • an allocated child health nurse and Aboriginal health worker for the ongoing care of your kids
  • growth and development support
  • care in the community through home visits
  • breastfeeding support
  • healthy hearing screening
  • parenting advice and support
  • immunisation information
  • referrals to specialist and allied health services if required.

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Where are my appointments?
Care can be provided at your home or at the Child and Family Centre (we’re located at  6 Glenda Street, Waterford West).

Do I need a referral?
Yes. You can either self-refer or get a referral from your midwife, GP or external provider.

Are there fees?
No, we are a bulk billing service. Bring in your current Medicare, healthcare or pension card when you visit. Some of our allied health and dental services may incur a small fee.

You can find us at
6 Glenda Street, Waterford West QLD 4133

We have free on-site parking and are within walking distance of public transport.

Our centre hours
Our centre is open from 8.30am–5.00pm on Monday and 8.30am–4.30pm Tuesday to Friday.

Contact us

Call us on (07) 3240 8900 or email jajumboraintake@atsichsbrisbane.org.au.

MUMS AND BUBS CLINIC

From the 2 July 2018 there are some important changes happening to our Mums and Bubs clinic.

Mums and Bubs and our staff have provided a wonderful service over the past seven years, and we want to grow on this experience and expand the service across other clinics in the Logan and Brisbane region.

What does this mean for me?

  • Logan Mums and Bubs will now be known as Jajumbora Child and Family Health.
  • Jajumbora Child and Family Health will continue to offer paediatric and allied health specialist services, child health and paediatric coordination and Aboriginal health worker support.
  • Our GP service will be based at our Logan Clinic at Station Road, Logan Central.

Access to a female GP at our other clinics

  • Each of our medical clinics has  female GPs who work with our women and families.
  • All clinics provide the same outstanding service with access to our wide range of allied health and specialist services.
  • There is also a number of maternal and child health specialty services across the region. These include Salisbury Mums and Bubs Hub, The Child and Family Centre at Waterford West and the Jajumbora Midwives located at Waterford West.

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My options

  • If you are a current client and need to make an appointment with a doctor, please call your preferred clinic or talk to our receptionist who can make the arrangements. Your medical files are accessible online at all our clinics.