Out of hospital
(outpatient) consultations

Follow-up consultations may be recommended after a period of in-hospital. (see hospital consultations)

Referrals for consultations from treating specialists and general practitioners are possible if there has not been a previous hospital review.

All referrals are reviewed

All referrals are reviewed to ensure suitability.

If a referral cannot be accepted as it is outside the scope of the practice, the referrer will be notified to seek alternative arrangements

This is a private practice and fees are charged for most out of hospital consultations
A Medicare rebate is available with a valid referral

The Medicare Safety Net provides an increased rebate once a certain threshold for out of pocket costs is reached.  Link to Safety Net.

Practice Information

A referral is required from a general practitioner or specialist and is required prior to making an appointment.

This practice is a specialist telehealth practice. This allows access for rural and remote residents of Queensland and also access for RACF (nursing home) residents without the need to travel.

COVID-19 telehealth options allow for metropolitan residents to access telehealth and a fee applies (medicare refund available).

The latest secure, Australian technology is utilised. It is recommended that a reasonable internet speed is available to ensure adequate connectivity. Connections can be made via any smartphone, device or computer. Camera and microphone is required.

A test run prior to your appointment is available. An access link is available from within this website if you misplace your welcome email.

This is a secure process, however, we do recommend beginning your consultation in a suitable location free from distractions. Many GP practices can offer a dedicated room for telehealth if you do not have the technology at home. Please enquire with your GP if this may be required.

New consultations are 45-50 minutes. Follow up consultations are 15-20 minutes. If an extended follow up appointment is required this is 45-50 minutes.

These are accommodated as much as possible although referral to emergency care options may be required.

Emergency and after-hours care is not available. If there are concerns during these times and urgent care is required please contact either 000, your general practitioner or present to your nearest hospital emergency department.

This practice requires 24 hours notice of any cancellations so as to offer the appointment time to people currently on a wait list.

A fee may apply for missed appointments so please contact the practice as soon as possible if you are unable to attend your appointment.

Requests for scripts outside of appointments may not always be possible.

Please contact to discuss.

Fees are applicable for outpatient consultations and report writing. In-hospital consultations are billed to health funds as ‘no-gap billing’.

This practice does not offer medico-legal assessments.

This practice complies with current requirements.
We are not able to discuss your care with others without your authorisation.
In the event of serious concerns regarding your well-being or that of others it may be required to alert emergency services or nominated contacts.

All consultations are confidential and private except when significant psychiatric risks are identified and further urgent management is required which may involve contacting support persons or emergency services

Phone Enquiries

07 3193 3381




9 - 4:30pm M-F

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update:

In-person appointments are available. If you have respiratory symptoms or are unwell, please do not attend the clinic. Contact reception prior to your appointment to reschedule or to arrange a telehealth (video) or telephone appointment.

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