Services in Brisbane south
Looking to find the right health care clinic for you or your family?
Did you know that in addition to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community controlled health services, more than 40 mainstream general practices across Brisbane south now offer Indigenous friendly assistance and services, making it easier for you to attend the health care clinic of your choice?
These practices have received cultural awareness training so that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can feel culturally safe. With culturally sensitive communication, artwork and partnerships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations, these clinics are working hard to make sure you feel comfortable when you visit them.
You can choose between any of the 8 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community controlled health services and these general practices in the region, all of which can assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living with, or at risk of, chronic health conditions to get free or discounted medication.
Have a look at the tables below to find the service that best suits you:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Services in Brisbane south
General practices registered for the Indigenous Health Incentive that provide culturally safe services and free or discounted medication
If you’re having trouble getting to and from any of these general practices, the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH) offer a range of services through their Integrated Team Care Project for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, which include:
- care coordination and supplementary services
- IUIH home support and IUIH connect
- transport services
- affordable medicines
- social support.
For more information or to book in a service, visit their website at http://www.iuih.org.au/.