As COVID-19 is now circulating within the community of south-east QLD, we will no longer be seeing unvaccinated patients face-to-face. These patients will be able to access telehealth appointments only.
Please note that new patients are unable to access telehealth appointments for their 1st visit due to Medicare requirements. The only exception for unvaccinated patients to be seen for a face-to-face appointment will be to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
Telephone consultations are available. We are also practicing social distancing with seating now available outside the practice .
PATIENTS WITH ANY RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS, INTERSTATE TRAVEL, POSSIBLE COVID CONTACT THROUGH HOT-SPOTS/EXPOSURE SITES OR ANYONE ADVISED TO ISOLATE MUST CALL FOR AN INITIAL TELEPHONE INTERVIEW BEFORE ATTENDING.
We are taking bookings for Pfizer now for people aged 12 and older
We are taking bookings for Paediatric Pfizer now for people aged 5 - 11
When you do ring for an appointment, please specify that it is for your Pfizer vaccine.
Currently we are only able to offer AstraZeneca vaccines to people aged over 60 years and over.
When you do ring for an appointment, please specify that it is for your AstraZeneca vaccine.
We do not stock Moderna.
We run dedicated clinic times (per each brand) as these immunisations come in a multi-dose vial.
If you've had your 1st dose elsewhere, you are welcome to receive your 2nd or booster dose here.
It would be much appreciated if you would download and completed the consent form and bring it with you to your appointment. (1 person per form)
Please note: You are required to wait at least 2 weeks (before & after) between a COVID vaccination & any others. This includes (but is not limited to) Influenza (Flu), Pneumonia & Zostavax (Shingles).
Influenza FLU vaccines
Influenza vaccinations have been available from April 12th this year.
Government funded vaccines will be given to people over 65, children under 5, Pregnant women (any stage of pregnancy), Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People aged 6 months and over & People aged 6 months and over with an eligible medical condition associated with an increased risk of influenza. (A complete list can be found at: https://immunisationhandbook.health.gov.au/resources/handbook-tables/list-specified-medical-conditions-associated-with-increased-of-0)
Zostavax (Shingles) vaccine
An immunisation to protect against shingles. A single government funded vaccine is available to people aged 70 yrs.
The catch-up program running for ages 71 - 79 will end in September 2021. If you have never had a shingles vaccine, please consider having one with your influenza (flu) vaccine.
This vaccine protects against diphtheria, tetanus & acellular pertussis and is available for purchase at the practice - No prescription needed. Does your family or friends have a new baby? You may need a whooping cough booster - book in for an appointment today.
Support & Emergency Contacts
Life Threatening Emergencies
13 43 25 84
Health Advice Line
1800 020 080
1800 551 800
Kids Help Line
1300 224 636
1800 737 732
Counselling & support services for sexual assault & DVA
13 11 14
1300 789 978
13 11 26
13 14 50
Translating & Interpreting Service
1800 555 660 (TTY)
0416 001 350 (SMS)
National Relay Service
13 17 88
13 14 44
1300 130 670
QLD Human Rights
1300 845 745
1800 811 811 (Women)
1800 600 636 (Men)
Domestic Violence Connect
1300 651 192
1800 177 833
Alcohol & Drug Information Service
1300 659 497
Suicide Call Back Service
1800 858 858