COVID-19 Testing & Vaccination

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COVID-19 vaccinations

We have both Pfizer and AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines available at our Logan Vaccination Hub and medical clinics.

All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 12 years and over are eligible to receive the vaccine. Book online or call us on (07) 3240 8900 to make an appointment. Walk-ins also welcome.

  • Browns Plains Clinic
    Village Square | 20-24 Commerce Drive
    Browns Plains QLD 4118
  • Logan Clinic
    41 Station Road
    Logan Central QLD 4114
  • Logan Respiratory Clinic & Vaccination Hub
    5 Charles Avenue
    Logan Central QLD 4114
  • Loganlea Clinic
    Unit 4 | 653 Kingston Road
    Loganlea QLD 4131
  • Northgate Clinic
    313 Melton Road
    Northgate QLD 4013
  • Woolloongabba Clinic
    55 Annerley Road
    Woolloongabba QLD 4102

COVID-19 testing

We’ve set up a dedicated Respiratory Clinic (Fever Clinic) at Logan especially for our mob to provide COVID-19 assessment and testing. Phone (07) 3029 6527 to book an appointment.

We are testing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their families who:

  • have symptoms of COVID-19 including fever, cough, sore throat, fatigue, runny nose, loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath, diarrhoea or vomiting AND/OR
  • were present at the locations at the relevant times of current confirmed COVID-19 cases. 

Frequently asked questions

What happens when I arrive at the clinic?
The Respiratory Clinic will look different to our regular clinics. This is to keep everyone safe and reduce the chance of infection. Let the receptionist know you have arrived. They might ask you some questions.

A nurse or doctor will call you into the clinic for your consultation. They will be wearing a mask, gloves, eye protection and possibly a medical gown. They will ask you about your symptoms and medical history and then examine you and take the swab test for COVID-19. The swab test takes a sample from your throat and your nose. It may be uncomfortable but doesn’t take long.

The nurse or doctor will give you advice on how you will get your results, what to do at home in terms of self-isolation and then show you the way out of the clinic.
How and when will I get my results?
If you have a mobile phone, the lab will send you a text message with your result.

If you don’t have a mobile phone, we will call your landline with your result.

If you haven’t heard from anyone about your result after three days call our Respiratory Clinic.

What to do while I’m waiting for my results?
If you are tested for COVID-19 but aren’t very sick or showing symptoms, you may be sent home to self-isolate while you wait for the test results. This may take several days.

If you fell more unwell or need assistance, call us on (07) 3240 8900 (press 4), your local GP or 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84) for advice. Let them know you have been tested for COVID-19 at the Respiratory Clinic.

Call 000 in an emergency or if your symptoms become more severe. Let the staff know you have been tested for COVID-19 at the Respiratory Clinic.
What happens if my result is positive for COVID-19?
We will contact you directly, let you know what to expect and check in to see if you or your family need any assistance. The Public Health Unit will also contact you.
What does self-isolating mean?
Self-isolation means staying home and doing everything you can to prevent spreading any infection to other people in your household.
This means:
-not going to work, school, shopping, or any other activity outside the house.
-not visiting friends or family
-avoid touching or having close contact with people in your household. If possible, use a separate bathroom and prepare meals separately
-don’t prepare food for others in your household and avoid sharing plates, cups and bowls
-use a mask if you are close to other people in your household
-wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
-make sure to cover your coughs or sneezes with a tissue/elbow, put tissues straight into a closed bin and wash hands for at least 20 seconds afterwards
-ask a friend or family member to pick up groceries or other essential items for you and leave them in a safe space at your home. Let us know if you don’t have these supports, and we’ll make sure you have the assistance you need.
Where can I get more information?
Visit Queensland Health’s website for the latest information. 

Make an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccination

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Opening hours – COVID-19 testing

Monday1.00pm – 5.00pm


Telehealth Flyer

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Clinic locations

Browns Plains Medical Clinic

Address: Village Square, 20-24 Commerce Drive
Browns Plains QLD 4118
(The clinic is on the corner of Eastern Road and Webber Drive)
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Loganlea Medical Clinic

Address: Unit 4, 653 Kingston Road, Loganlea QLD 4131
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Northgate Medical Clinic

Address: 313 Melton Road
Northgate QLD 4013
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Woolloongabba Medical Clinic

Address: 55 Annerley Road
Woolloongabba QLD 4102
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