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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.

25 March 2021:

Due to the high demand and the allocation of available stock, we are not taking bookings or taking “registrations” of the AstraZeneca Vaccine until we receive our next delivery; hopefully after Easter Break.

Please check this site for updates.

Follow the green “book an appointment” button above and select the best option that fits your category.

Please give us a call if you are NOT ABLE to keep your appointment.

 

Information for NON-Patients of Carseldine Family Clinic

What to expect at your vaccination appointment

You should bring the following to your COVID-19 vaccination appointment:

  • photo ID, if you have one and Medicare Card
  • employee ID, if you are getting a COVID-19 vaccine because of your occupation.

Obtain a health summary from your regular GP that includes the following:

  • information about any of your medical conditions, allergies, bleeding disorders or immunocompromise (i.e. weakened immune system)
  • information about any medications you are taking
  • information about any previous COVID-19 vaccine received (vaccine brand and date of vaccination)
  • information about any reactions you have had to any vaccine in the past
  • the name of your current GP/s and any specialist doctors you see
  • a face mask (if required by your state/territory).

At your appointment, you will be able to discuss any questions you have about COVID-19 vaccinations with your immunisation provider.

Tell your immunisation provider if you have any medical conditions or if you are taking any medications. Especially make sure to tell them if you:

  • have had an allergic reaction to a previous dose of a COVID-19 vaccine or to an ingredient of the vaccine
  • have had anaphylaxis (a severe allergic reaction) to other vaccines or other medicines
  • have a mast cell disorder
  • have a bleeding disorder or are receiving anticoagulant therapy (a blood thinner)
  • are pregnant (or think you might be pregnant) or breastfeeding
  • are immunocompromised (i.e. have a weakened immune system or take immune suppressing medication)
  • have had COVID-19 in the past, or have ongoing illness from COVID-19
  • have received another COVID-19 vaccine (and which brand)
  • have received any vaccine in the last 14 days.

NON-Patients: Will require your up-to-date medical health summary at the time of visit. Ask your Regular GP for a copy of your  health summary. 

In some circumstances, it may be better to have a discussion with your healthcare provider about vaccination before making an appointment for vaccination. You can also read information about the specific vaccine you are receiving:

Elegibility

Individuals 70 and over

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults over 55 years;

Following Individuals at high risk of severe COVID-19 illness:

  • Organ transplant recipients who are on immune suppressive therapy
  • Those who have had a bone marrow transplant in the last 24 months
  • Those on immune suppressive therapy for graft versus host disease
  • Those who have haematological cancers, for example, leukaemia, lymphoma or myelodysplastic syndrome (diagnosed within the last 5 years)
  • Those having chemotherapy or radiotherapy

Following Individuals at moderate risk of severe COVID-19 illness:

  • Those with chronic renal (kidney) failure
  • Those with heart disease (including coronary heart disease and cardiac failure)
  • Those with chronic lung disease (excludes mild or moderate asthma)
  • Those who have a non-haematological cancer (diagnosed in the last 12 months)
  • Those who have diabetes
  • Severe obesity with a BMI ≥40 kg/m2
  • Those with chronic liver disease
  • Those with some neurological conditions (stroke, dementia, other)
  • Those with some chronic inflammatory conditions and treatments
  • Those with other primary or acquired immunodeficiency
  • Those with poorly controlled blood pressure.

If unsure, please make a sperate appointment with your regular GP to discuss your eligibility.

People with occupational risk of exposure to SARS-CoV-2

People in certain occupations are at increased risk of being infected with SARS-CoV-2 and/or transmitting the virus to vulnerable people who have risk factors for severe illness. These include:

  • healthcare workers who missed Phase 1a
  • quarantine and border workers
  • aged care and disability care staff
  • critical and high-risk workers, including defence, police, fire and emergency services; certain laboratory staff; meat processing workers; and select others.

 

Information for NON-Patients of Carseldine Family Clinic

 

What to expect at your vaccination appointment

You should bring the following to your COVID-19 vaccination appointment:

  • photo ID, if you have one and Medicare Card
  • employee ID, if you are getting a COVID-19 vaccine because of your occupation.

Obtain a health summary from your regular GP that includes the following:

  • information about any of your medical conditions, allergies, bleeding disorders or immunocompromise (i.e. weakened immune system)
  • information about any medications you are taking
  • information about any previous COVID-19 vaccine received (vaccine brand and date of vaccination)
  • information about any reactions you have had to any vaccine in the past
  • the name of your current GP/s and any specialist doctors you see
  • a face mask (if required by your state/territory).

At your appointment, you will be able to discuss any questions you have about COVID-19 vaccinations with your immunisation provider.

Tell your immunisation provider if you have any medical conditions or if you are taking any medications. Especially make sure to tell them if you:

  • have had an allergic reaction to a previous dose of a COVID-19 vaccine or to an ingredient of the vaccine
  • have had anaphylaxis (a severe allergic reaction) to other vaccines or other medicines
  • have a mast cell disorder
  • have a bleeding disorder or are receiving anticoagulant therapy (a blood thinner)
  • are pregnant (or think you might be pregnant) or breastfeeding
  • are immunocompromised (i.e. have a weakened immune system or take immune suppressing medication)
  • have had COVID-19 in the past, or have ongoing illness from COVID-19
  • have received another COVID-19 vaccine (and which brand)
  • have received any vaccine in the last 14 days.

NON-Patients:  We will require your up-to-date medical health summary at the time of visit. Ask your Regular GP for a copy of your  health summary. 

In some circumstances, it may be better to have a discussion with your healthcare provider about vaccination before making an appointment for vaccination. You can also read information about the specific vaccine you are receiving:

Please do not come to your vaccination appointment:

  • if you are feeling unwell with fever, cough, runny nose or other symptoms that could be from COVID-19
  • if you are waiting for COVID-19 test results, or have tested positive for COVID-19
  • if you are a close contact of someone with COVID-19, or
  • if you are in quarantine.

If you have had another vaccine, for example the influenza vaccination, in the 14 days before your COVID-19 vaccine appointment. Please let us know as we may need to reschedule your appointment.

To keep you and our community safe, before and after vaccination, it is important that you continue to:

  • Stay 1.5 metres away from other people and avoid handshakes and contact with people outside your household.
  • Stay home if you feel unwell and get tested for COVID-19. You must stay at home until your results come back.
  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water or use hand sanitiser.
  • Always cough or sneeze into your arm or a tissue and put the tissue in the bin straight away.
  • Download the COVIDSafe app to help health officials let you know if you have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19.

To learn more about COVID-19 vaccines, visit www.health.gov.au

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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.