Open 7 days a week, from 11am to 9pm

07 4434 5090

Now Open
11am - 9pm
7 Days

Medicare Urgent Care Clinics (Medicare UCCs) give you and your family more options to see a doctor or nurse when you need urgent, but not life-threatening care.

Urgent Care

Free treatment for urgent conditions that aren’t life threatening

  • minor infections
  • minor fractures, sprains, sports injuries and sudden onset neck and back pain
  • urinary tract infections (UTIs)
  • sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • minor cuts
  • insect bites and rashes
  • minor eye and ear infections
  • respiratory illness
  • gastroenteritis
  • mild burns.

Medicare UCCs will refer you to the emergency department if you have a life-threatening injury or illness, or to your GP for non-urgent, routine and preventative health care.

General Care

Visit your regular GP for:

  • diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of diseases and illnesses
  • general screening and health checks
  • vaccinations and prescriptions
  • mental health advice
  • family planning advice
  • referrals for tests, scans or specialist care
  • ongoing chronic disease care and health assessments.

Emergency Care

Seek Emergency care: Call triple zero (000) or go to your nearest emergency department for:

Do not attend a Medicare UCC when there is:

  • chest pain or tightness
  • breathing difficulties
  • uncontrollable bleeding
  • severe burns
  • poisoning
  • numbness or paralysis
  • unconscious
  • unresponsive or having seizures
  • ongoing fever in infants.

This Urgent Care Clinic will NOT provide replacements for lost, stolen or destroyed prescriptions.

Including Prescriptions for: Pain medications and other controlled substances.


86 Thuringowa Drive, Thuringowa 4817