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We're bringing healthcare services closer to home. Opening mid 2024.

    We're building a new satellite hospital in Eight Mile Plains. It will offer a range of healthcare services for the local community including:

    • minor injury and illness clinic
    • kidney dialysis
    • cancer day therapy
    • outpatient services
    • allied health services such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy
    • mental health services.

    What we’re building

    The Eight Mile Plains Satellite Hospital is one of seven new facilities the Queensland Government is building as part of a $265 million investment.

    More than 25,000 additional residents will call Brisbane's southern suburbs home in the next 10 years. The Eight Mile Plains Satellite Hospital is designed to help meet the healthcare needs of this growing community.

    It's being built at 59 Levington Rd, Eight Mile Plains. The site was chosen to provide easy access to healthcare for the local community, in a convenient setting, without having to travel to a major hospital for care. Free onsite parking will be available.

    Building started in late 2022.The satellite hospital will open in mid 2024.

    Artist's impression of the Eight Mile Plains Satellite Hospital

    Join our Community Open Day - Sunday 19 May 2024, 10am-1pm

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    Nurses at a satellite hospital

    Minor Injury and Illness Clinic

    The Minor Injury and Illness Clinic will operate from 8am to 10pm, seven days a week.

    It will be free for Medicare card holders and can be accessed for walk-in urgent treatment of conditions not anticipated to be life-threatening.

    It will be able to treat people of any age greater than three months.

    The Minor Injury and Illness Clinic is not an Emergency Department. In any medical emergency always dial Triple Zero (000) or go to the nearest Emergency Department. The icons below show the types of conditions we can treat at the Minor Injury and Illness Centre.

    For general healthcare concerns and non-urgent consultations, please visit your regular GP. Your GP can give you the best advice based on their knowledge of your health history.

    Examples of non-life-threatening issues

    Fever, coughs, cold
    Infection, rashes
    Minor eye issues
    Minor cuts
    Broken bones
    Minor head injury
    Minor burns and scalds

    Examples of medical emergencies (000)

    Chest pain
    Difficulty breathing
    Decreased consciousness
    Sudden severe headache
    Severe abdominal pain
    Severe burns
    Pregnancy complications
    Severely ill children
    Last updated 16 April 2024
    Last reviewed 13 December 2023