Appointments Our friendly receptionists are here to assist you in making appointments on (07) 3275 5444 You can book the next available appointment at IPC or an appointment with a specific doctor online using the menu below. Book Now Telehealth Please note- For Telehealth appointments you must have had a face-to-face appointment in the last 12 months […]
Inala Primary Care is an approved vaccination provider for the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. We are happy to help provide COVID-19 immunisation for our local area and wider community. Updated advice on the AstraZeneca vaccine There has been a link established between the AstraZeneca vaccine and a syndrome called thrombosis with thrombocytopenia (TTS). This is an […]
We had a great turn out recently to our first Well Connected Group Morning Tea for 2021, where over 65s came together to learn more about the Telehealth services we offer at the practice. Our CEO Tracey Johnson delivered a presentation detailing all the ins and outs of Telehealth and Video consultations, and helped answer any […]
Here’s a link to our recent webinar with the Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association. In this webinar we have our Ceo: Tracey Johnson, Clinical Director: Dr Sue Williams, and Nurse Manager: Chris Bowering discussing the implementation of patient-centred, team based care in general practice. The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) is Australia’s national […]
Flu Vaccine! The free flu vaccine is available for: • Pregnant women • Children aged 6 months to less than five years • People aged 65 years and over • People with certain medical conditions • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 15 years and over. If you are not eligible for a free vaccine […]
A team of seven Tasmanian clinicians visited Inala Primary Care in January.
Inala Primary Care reached a major milestone in the 2017 calendar year. We delivered over 40,000 consultations. This is a big number underpinned by the big hearts our team have for their patients.
Inala Primary Care is disappointed by the recent closure of the Keeping Kidneys Service. We remain open for all of our general practice patients.
A new app that tackles the very real problem of doctors being too time-poor to work out which immunisations newly arrived refugees need, and to what schedule, has just taken out the Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) gong in Brisbane. Developed by pioneering not-for-profit GP clinic Inala Primary Care in partnership with hackers, the app […]