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Your Trusted Family Doctors
In Carseldine

Carseldine Family Clinic has been looking after the health of local residents in Carseldine for many years.
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COVID-19 AstraZeneca Phase 1b Vaccine is for people aged 70 and over and people aged 50 to 69 with qualifying chronic medical conditions as per Queensland Health Directives. Please book online using our "Book an Appointment" button. The consent forms are constantly changing and we are asking all patients to arrive 15 minutes early to complete the necessary forms

COVID-19 Vaccination Centre

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Your Trusted
Family Practice in Carseldine

Carseldine Family Clinic has been looking after the health of local residents in Carseldine for many years.

UPDATED 21 June 2021

Queensland’s COVID-19 vaccination program Current advice for consumers
On 17 June 2021, the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation (ATAGI) issued advice recommending that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is the preferred vaccine for adults under the age of 60.
What does this mean?

1. People aged 16-59 can receive a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination, as a first dose
2. People aged 60 and over can receive an AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccination
3. Your second dose of vaccine must match your first dose or vaccine.

Who is eligible to book for a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine NOW
• Any adult aged 40-59 years
• All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 16-59 years
• Aged care and disability care workers, regardless of age
• NDIS participants over the age of 16, and carers aged 16 and over of NDIS participants, regardless of age
• All healthcare workers, regardless of age
• Quarantine and border workers, regardless of age
• Critical and high risk workers e.g. emergency services
• Household contacts of quarantine workers, border workers and healthcare workers who are at a higher risk of having contact with COVID-positive patients, regardless of age.

What if I am aged 50-59 and have booked for an AstraZeneca vaccination?
If you are aged 50-59 and have already booked to receive your first AstraZeneca vaccine with Carseldine Family Clinic, you are now eligible to receive a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination. Our receptionist will call you to offer the Pfizer vaccine.

(TGA) advises that your second dose of vaccine must match your first
dose or vaccine. If you are under the age of 60 and have already received your first dose of AstraZeneca with no severe adverse events, you should continue to receive your second AstraZeneca dose. To get the full benefit of the vaccine, you need two injections.
The risk of Thrombosis with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome (TTS) following a second dose of AstraZeneca is much lower than the risk following a first dose.

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Practice Team

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Practice Fees

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Allied Health Services

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S-100

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Hepatitis C Management

General Practitioners Who Care

Our GP clinic is a modern family practice, staffed by professionals who care and equipped for top-quality healthcare. We provide all-round medical care that keeps you healthy in today’s busy world, and if an issue does arise, we’re here with the advice and support you need.

Special areas of clinical interest include sexual health and S100, Hepatitis C management, preventive healthcare, and allied health services across aged care, disability services and mental health.

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Giving Back and Growing the Community

Our family practice partners with other healthcare institutions,
to contribute to a holistic Australian healthcare system.

Supporting General Practitioner Registrars

Carseldine Family Clinic is a teaching practice. Periodically, we will have General Practitioner Registrars and medical students working within our GP clinic.

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Our doctors are qualified medical professionals accredited by Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited (AGPAL), and will usually have spent at least two years working in a hospital. Under the close supervision of our senior GPs, you can be guaranteed that our doctors, services and facilities are of the highest calibre.

Gaining practical experience at our family practice is integral for training to become a General Practitioner. We are proud to support the future of Australia’s medical practice.

Partnership with Workforce Health Assessors

Carseldine Family Clinic is partnered with the Workforce Health Assessors to offer comprehensive workplace medical testing. Our tests consider the nature and location of your work, providing you with convenient and secure services to ensure you remain safe and healthy on the job. These tests may be undertaken prior to commencing a role or on an ongoing basis.

Workplace testing assesses physical and mental competancy and ensures you’re well prepared for the demands of your position. Our use of convenient online platforms means you can book, track and receive your assessments with ease. Our years of industry experience and productive partnership with the WHA means we’re the perfect clinic to meet your needs.

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Partnership with Defence Force

Our GP clinic also works with the Australian Defence Force, to provide practical training to registrars within their medical practice.

Why Choose Us?

Our general practitioners offer a comprehensive range of services, including:

  • Performing work assessing in partnership with wha.net.au
  • Pre-employment medicals
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To book your appointment, just access our online booking system or call us on 07 3263 4500.