SmartClinics | Local Family Medical Centres Throughout Queensland
Smartclinics have been helping thousands of Queensland families access affordable medical care. Could they help you as well?
Has your family jumped on board the Smartclinics bandwagon yet?
Smartclinics offer high quality affordable medical care to Queensland families. It’s a personalised and fully comprehensive service.
Many clinics are open until quite late and night and on weekends to match your busy lifestyle.
Smartclinics pride themselves on having modern, clean waiting areas that include fully-decked out kids’ play areas! So many nice little personal touches that really make a difference.
Where are the Smartclinics?
At time of print (December 2017), this is where the Smartclinics are located. As this becomes a more popular service for families, it is expected that the number of clinics will increase.
- Alexandra Hills
- Ferny Hills
- The Gap
- Mango Hill
- Walton Bridge
- West End
Gold Coast Smartclinics:
- Burleigh Heads
- Ipswich Central
What services do Smartclinics offer?
Please note – Some Smartclinics do not offer this full range of services. This information covers what is offered across the entirety of the Smartclinics servicing Queensland.
- After Hours Care
- Child Health
- Women’s Health
- Reproductive Health (including Implanon and Mirena)
- Pregnancy (including before and after) care
- Men’s Health
- Elderly Health
- Asthma Management
- Mental Health Services
- Diabetes Management
- Vein Treatment
- Quit Smoking Programs
- Cosmetic Medicine (not surgery)
- Weight Management
- Addiction and Pain Management
- Sports Medicine
- Occupational Medicine
- Minor Surgical Procedures
- Skin Caner Checks
- Medicals: Pre-employment, Drivers Licence, Dive, Aviation
- Allied Health Services: Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Speech Pathologist, Exercise Pathologist, Audiologist, Dietician, Podiatrist
What kind of doctor is right for my family?
It can be hard to find the ‘best fit’ for your family’s needs. You might be curious as to whether your child should be seeing a GP or a Paediatrician. You can find out more here.
Going to the doctors to find a Covid test? Check out our post on How to Give a Rapid Antigen Test to your Child at Home.