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Health alert: COVID-19

Visitors are currently welcome at our facilities. Please refer to visitor restrictions for more information. Read more about COVID-19 testingvaccination, our COVID-19 response and the latest Queensland Government information.

About us

Metro South Health has the largest oral health service in Queensland.  We provide general oral health care at hospitals, community clinics and schools, as well as a range of secondary and specialist care services. 
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Visitor restrictions at our facilities due to COVID-19
Refer to the visiting restrictions for current information and mask requirements. COVID-19 testing:  If you have any symptoms or are a close contact, you can collect a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) from Metro South Health sites.

Contact and location

To make an appointment, please phone the Metro South Oral Health Hub - a telephone line for urgent and general public dental treatment.
Phone: 
1300 300 850

Latest news

Applications are now open for the 2023 Metro South Research Support Scheme

Funding is available for Health and Medical Research Grants including PA Research Foundation Research Awards commencing 2023. Submit your application for the 2023 Metro South Research Support Scheme now.

interprofessional recognition team award 2022 PHU MSOH

The partnership that stood the test of time to win the Interprofessional recognition award

A chance meeting in March 2020 between the Metro South Public Health Unit (MSPHU) and Metro South Oral Health (MSOH) to discuss office space and the expansion of MSPHU to respond to COVID-19 led to an interprofessional collaboration that has spanned two years and contributed to the success of the COVID-19 contact tracing team in Metro South Health.

Festive season not always jolly

It’s known as the season to be jolly, but the festive season can be difficult for some; particularly those struggling with their mental health.

Looking after your child’s mental wellbeing: school holiday stressbusters

School Holidays are supposed to be relaxing. But, holidays are also a time when parents may recognise the signs of anxiety or stress in their children.