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Primary Care Centre

The 24-hour Primary Care Centre is your health care back up when you have a minor injury or illness and you cannot get an appointment with your regular GP – for example, in the night if your GP does not off er an after-hours service. The Primary Care Centre treats adults and children for less urgent conditions.

Examples of less urgent conditions are:

  • fever, coughs, cold
  • earache
  • toothache
  • minor eye issues
  • minor cuts, burns, scalds
  • infections, rashes
  • strains, sprains.

In an emergency

1. Dial Triple Zero (000)

When in doubt, call 000. This is the safest and fastest way to access help in an emergency.

2. Visit an Emergency Department

Important: The Primary Care Centre is not an Emergency Department. The closest Emergency Departments to Wynnum and Manly are:

Less urgent conditions

1. See your GP

Health concerns, minor injuries and illnesses are best dealt with by your regular GP, who can give you advice based on knowledge of your health history.

2. Visit the 24-hour Primary Care Centre

You can visit the Primary Care Centre without an appointment, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The centre treats less urgent conditions, such as those listed to the right.

Wynnum-Manly Community Health Centre, Gundu Pa 24-hour Primary Care Centre is located at 20 New Lindum Road, Wynnum West, 4178. Call (07) 3213 7900.

3 Other after-hours health care options

You can call 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84) for free, professional health advice 24 hours a day.

Read about Primary Care Centre at our hospitals and centres

Last updated 7 February 2018
Last reviewed 13 December 2017