8th August, 2019
The doctors and staff at Wellers Hill Medical Centre would like to welcome the newest member of our team, Dr Peter Richter
Dr Richter is our newest Registrar and has a strong foundation knowledge of medicine, surgery and emergency medicine. He has a special interest in promoting health education and preventative health in General Practice.
Dr Richter is available Monday through to Friday.
8th July, 2019
The doctors and staff at Wellers Hill Medical Centre would like to welcome the newest member of our team, Dr Diana Makeran.
Dr Makeran has many special interests including Mirena and Implanon insertions/ removals, antenatal and postnatal care with paediatrics and complex chronic conditions to name a few.
Dr Makeran will be available Monday through to Friday from the 15th July, 2019.
22nd May, 2019
The doctors and staff at Wellers Hill Medical Centre are delighted to welcome back Dr. Leena O’Brien.
Dr. O’Brien was at our practice between 2011-2016 before relocating to the United States with her family.
Dr O’Brien will commence seeing patients from Monday 27th May, 2019.
May 21st, 2019
In line with our practice policies, bulk billing applies to all pension concession cards and DVA gold cards and children under 13 years old only, strictly Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm. Appointments outside these hours will incur our Standard consultation rates. Thank you for your understanding.
May 21st, 2019
Influenza vaccines have arrived for 2019. Book your flu vaccine today on 07 3848 2111.
Did you know 10,500 Queenslander’s have already been diagnosed with influenza. 848 of these were admitted to hospital.
Vaccines are $13, or you may be eligible for a free vaccine under the Australian Government Immunisation Program.
Free (government-funded) Influenza Vaccines are available for:
- Children aged 6 months up to 5 years
- People aged 65 or older
- Pregnant women
- Aboriginal or Torres Straight Islander people aged between 6 months and 5 years, or 15 years and older
- People aged 6 months and older with medical conditions that put them at risk of compilations from the flu