Our medical clinics
We provide a comprehensive range of medical and clinical services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Brisbane, Logan and the surrounding region.
Our health services are provided by a dedicated team of doctors, nurses, health professionals and administrative personnel.
- GP Services
- Aboriginal Health Workers
- Registered and Enrolled Nurses
- Outreach and Community Liaison Officers
- We also provide dental, mental health, child, family and maternal, diabetes education and treatment, ophthalmology, optometry, podiatry and dietary and allied health services. See our Health and Wellbeing page for a full list of our services.
School health checks
Our clinics have a number of Aboriginal Health Workers and Community Liaison Officers. We are happy to come out to schools in our local area. Call us on (07) 3240 8900 for more information.
After hours care arrangements
Transport is available for certain patients who meet the current eligibility for transport. Please ask reception when making an appointment for details. Transport is available to eligible patients who book 24 hours in advance of their scheduled appointment.
Our clinics bulk bill. When you come in for an appointment, please make sure you bring your Medicare card, health care card, pension card or DVA card.
Please inform reception staff if you have changed your address and telephone number.
An interpreter service is available for those patients who may require assistance. If you need an interpreter please speak with our reception staff.
Women’s health & wellbeing
Our clinics provide a range of health and wellbeing services and programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. Click here to read more about our women’s health services.
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Hours vary from clinic to clinic. Some of our clinics have extended opening hours. View all clinics