- Wound care (cleaning, stitching and dressing)
- X-rays (on call after-hous for MTC patients)
- Injury management (strapping, binding and plaster cast application)
- Sickness (consultation, medication, medical certificates)
- After-hours Work Cover
Baby & Infant Drop-in Clinic: Our drop in service is there for you when you have concerns that simply cannot wait. This can be for fevers, sickness and injuries but not for immunisations or general check-ups.*Immunisations, medicals and routine procedures are not offered after-hours. Please make an appointment with the Family Practice at Kallangur for these services.
After-hours we determine priority by triage, meaning those with urgent and critical needs are seen by our doctors first. Please phone us if you would like an idea of wait times before arriving.
InjuriesFalls, tumbles, spills and tackles
Whether it's a work injury, sporting injury or everyday bad luck we know
it can happen at any time and result in discomfort, pain and limited mobility.
Instead of waiting hours at a hospital you can receive triage within minutes
at the MTC. Our onsite x-ray service and talented team are available after-hours
and on weekends to ensure that you are properly treated when you need it. We are even able to
provide plaster cast application, however, we do not manage fractures and will
refer to a fracture clinic for on-going fracture care.
WoundsCuts, burns, lacerations or punctures
Minor and moderate wounds are not only painful, they also need proper care in order to prevent infection. We can clean, stitch and dress a variety wounds so you can avoid a trip to the hospital.
PaediatricsFevers, rashes, bumps and bruises
There is nothing worse than seeing your little one sick or injuried and having to wait hours for medical care. That is why we have a baby and infant drop-in service and a traige system that sees you receive the care you need quickly. If your child has an extremely high temperature, breathing difficulties or severe dehydration please notify our reception on arrival.*In the event of an emergency, always call 000!