thorough and thoughtful

Phone: 07 4993 1371

After Hours: 07 4990 3000

Medical Centre
Phone:07 4993 1371
After Hours:07 4990 3000
Surgery Hours

9.30-12.30; 2.00-5.00


Chater, Pickham, Brimblecombe 



9.30-12.30; 2.00-5.00


Chater, Pickham, Brimblecomgbe




Afternoons closed for teaching and training

Chater, Love, Pickham and Brimblecombe

 See After hours for contact


9.30 to 12.30; 2.00 - 5.00

9.30 to 12.30

Chater, Pickham and Brimblecombe


Friday8.15-9.309.30-12.30; 2.00-5.00Chater, Pickham and Brimblecombe
After Hours Phone 49931371 or 4990 300Critical Health matters ring 000 
  • CONSULTATIONS by appointment, Monday to Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm.  Emergencies and public holidays as required.

  • LOOP (Local Only One Problem) Clinic, Monday to Friday 8:15 am - 9:30 am. Pre-booking is not required. The surgery will open at 8:15 am and patients will be seen in order of arrival. These consultations are for one problem only.

  • URGENT medical problems dealt with promptly

  • HOME VISITS are made when necessary.

  • AFTER-HOURS urgent medical problems - at night, weekends or public holidays - please call the hospital on (07) 4990 3000

  • If the doctor on call is not at the surgery, the answering machine will tell you which doctor is on call and how to contact him or her.

Appointments last for 15 minutes, however if you require a longer appointment the staff can arrange to accommodate you. Reasons for a longer visit may include:

  • medical insurance
  • removal of moles
  • counselling
  • initial antenatal visit

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New patients will normally be given a longer booking and are expected to pay accordingly. No concessions are given to first time patients.

Please notify the staff if your problem is URGENT so that they may make the appropriate arrangements. Emergency patients, such as fractures, burns, uncontrolled bleeding, chest pain, breathing difficulties will be attended to promptly. This may lead to longer waiting periods. We appreciate your understanding when this arises. Remember that next time you may be:

  • the emergency
  • the injured patient
  • the seriously ill patient
  • the patient needing extra time and attention