Skip links and keyboard navigation

Health alert: Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Find out more on getting vaccinated, our COVID-19 response and read the latest Queensland Government information.

About us

We provide inpatient, hospital-based and community mental health services, as well as community alcohol and drug services, to the largest culturally and linguistically diverse population in the state, and regions that have some of the highest population growth.
Read more

Visitor Restrictions at our facilities due to COVID-19
Please refer to our hospital visitor restrictions for current information on visitation restrictions at our facilities and mask requirements. If you have any symptoms or are concerned about your exposure to COVID-19, you can visit one of the fever clinic locations in Metro South. Thank you for your support and understanding during this time.
Read more

Contact and location

Access information and assistance in times of mental health crisis 24 hours a day - Phone 1300 MH CALL (1300 64 22 55) / Fax 3078 2120

Latest news

Addiction and Mental Health Services achieve Australian-first for nursing workforce

The American Nurses Credentialing Centre has announced that Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services achieved Pathway to Excellence® designation.This announcement makes the Service the first addiction and mental health service in Australia to gain the credential and was made on the eve of International Nurses Day.

A career in Mental Health brings Aussie talent home

Metro South Health recently welcomed 63 new psychiatry registrars in training, among them Dr Timothy Edwards, who returned from London to take up a post at Addiction and Mental Health Services.

Australian Bat Lyssavirus in flying foxes

Media release: Flying fox confirmed with Australian Bat Lyssavirus in Lakewood Avenue Park, Parkinson

The Metro South Public Health Unit has confirmed that an orphaned baby bat recovered from Lakewood Avenue Park in Parkinson has tested positive for Australian Bat Lyssavirus (ABLV). 

The frontline of defence in mental health crisis care

A successful mental health program has seen more than 1000 people transferred away from Emergency Departments in Metro South Health.