Vaccine ONLY clinics will be starting March 22nd 2021
Check your eligibility for the 1B rollout.
Please carefully read your proof of age, chronic disease or work status requirements to be presented at the vaccination clinic.
Phone our reception staff to book your appointment
Monday - Friday 7am to 8am
Saturdays 8am - 5pm
Sundays times TBA.
Online appointments will go live 15th March 2021 through the health engine or the national health directory or the book now button on the website.
Select covid vaccine as your reason for visit (NB vaccines are only administered during covid clinic times.) Download and complete the pre vaccination checklist the day prior to your appointment and bring it with you for your appointment.
Without this paperwork we are unable to see you at the the clinic.
If you cannot print the form please visit the clinic to collect a hard copy.
Thank you for your assistance to help the smooth delivery of the vaccines.
Dr Prior has wide experience in all areas of general practice and has special interest in pediatrics, men’s health, minor surgical and type 2 diabetes. He has extensive experience in surgical treatment of skin cancer and now offers injectable treatments for facial lines and wrinkles.
Dr Addison is a member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Dr Addison has special interest in women’s health and paediatrics.
Dr Hussein is a graduate of the Royal College of Surgeons – Dublin Erie. He has been working in general practice since he arrived in Australia in March 1981. His special interests includes asthma, skin diseases, diabetes and obesity.
Dr Aclan is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has worked in Australia since 1993 and has acquired a wealth of experience while training in numerous hospitals. Dr Aclan has special interest in ante-natal care, paediatrics, women’s health, geriatrics and skin checks.
Dr Pleml is a fellow of the Australian College of General Practitioners with a special interest in Diabetes, Paediatrics and Men’s Health.
Born and bred in the UK, Duy completed his medical training in the UK before moving out to Australia in search for better weather. Duy went on to complete his GP training in Rural Queensland before settling into Brisbane. Particular interests are diabetes, asthma and iron deficiency. As well as all aspects of general practice.
Dr Natalie Vickers has a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery, having graduated from the University of Queensland in 2011. She subsequently obtained Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. She has a special interest in women’s and children’s health, and has completed a Diploma of Child Health. She also performs iron infusions. She also trained in the insertion and removal of Implanons, and the removal of Mirenas.