Welcome to the Southeast Queensland Centre of Excellence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care. Also known as Inala Indigenous Health Service, we are a Queensland Health service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Located in Inala, 18 km South West of Brisbane CBD, our clinic is staffed by GPs, nurses, allied health and Aboriginal health workers, and visiting medical specialists.
Our service is spread over four local sites: Our main clinic is the new building at 37 Wirraway Pde. We still use our previous clinic at 64 Wirraway Pde for allied health consultations. We also run a small outreach service (Elorac Place) for women's and children's health in Ellen Grove. Our research and community team are located in the Inala Plaza, but we do not see patients there. Additionally, we provide a monthly fly-in medical service to Cunnamulla, 750 km west of Brisbane.
Ph: 07 3101 4222
Mon 9.30 am - 4.30 pm
Elorac Place Outreach (Women's & Children's clinic)
Ph: 07 3199 1400
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We are running another HEAL program - 'My Health, My Mob', starting 14 April and running for ten weeks. Each week has a 2-hour morning session of exercise and health education. If you have diabetes or a chronic heart or lung condition, you may be eligible. Contact Rick Brewster-Webb, via reception.
||Ear infection trial
We have enrolled our first few children in the WATCH trial. This research aims to discover whether antibiotics are helpful for ear infections in children aged 2-12 years. We'll let you know the results when we find out!
||United Nations special guest
||Dr Noel Hayman has had the honour of being asked to address the United Nations in Geneva. He talked about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, as part of the UN's focus on the health status of First Nations people around the world.|
|See all previous news in the What's New archives|
Although care is taken, this site, and links from it to third-party sites, may possibly contain the names or images of people who have passed away, which may sadden and distress some Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Website editor Justin Coleman