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Health alert: Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

We are experiencing an increased number of people presenting to our Emergency Departments for treatment of COVID-19. A number of our staff are also impacted by COVID-19, and as a result we are experiencing longer-than-usual emergency department waiting times. Metro South Health will continue to treat the most urgent cases first (Category 1). Please do not attend the emergency department unless it is an emergency. Thank you for your patience and understanding while we prioritise our most urgent cases.

Fully vaccinated visitors may attend our facilities. Please refer to the visitor restrictions for more information. 
Find out where to get tested at one of our fever clinic locations, where to get vaccinated, our COVID-19 response and read the latest Queensland Government information.

About us

The Southern Queensland Centre of Excellence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care provides critical primary health care services and promotes health, wellbeing and disease prevention.  The centre is staffed by GPs, nurses, allied health, Aboriginal health workers and visiting medical specialists.

Contact us

Address: 
37 Wirraway Parade, Inala - view on map
Phone: 
(07) 3101 4222
Visiting hours: 
Mon 9.30am-5.00pm | Tues, Wed and Fri 7.45am-5.00pm | Thurs 7.45am-6.30pm | Sat-Sun Closed

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