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Laidley Health Service

icon Laidley Health Service is a 15-bed acute care facility providing 24-hour emergency treatment with nursing staff and doctors with right to private practice, inpatient management for all ages, including palliative care, interim care, transitional care and slow stream rehabilitation.
icon The Laidley Health Service provides outpatient services, including a dental clinic, basic radiography with rural operators, phlebotomy, methadone dosing and a needle exchange service.
icon Visiting services include a paediatric clinic, heart failure nurse, diabetes clinic, children's health, rehabilitation therapy, lung health nurse, mental health, alcohol and other drugs, therapy and hearing services for children, dietetics and podiatry.
icon A social worker and physiotherapist are located at the Laidley Health Service, along with a nurse-led pharmacy service.
icon Nurses at Laidley Health Service work with advanced scope, including those qualified with rural and isolated practice endorsement and with X-ray licences.
icon The Laidley Health Service can provide financial assistance through the Patient Travel Subsidy Scheme to eligible patients who need to travel away to other health services for procedure and tests not available locally.
icon Telehealth services are available for linking with other facilities via video-conference for patients.


75 William Street
Laidley Queensland 4341

Postal address

75 William Street
Laidley Queensland 4341


+61 7 5466 8100

Visiting hours

Our visiting hours are Monday to Sunday:

  • 8am to 8pm.


Services available

Laidley Hospital
Emergency, General Acute Care beds, Palliative Care, Interim Care, Transitional Care, Slow Stream Rehabilitation

Specialist Services
Visiting Rehabilitation Services, Paediatrician, Heart Failure Nurse Practitioner

Outpatients; Oral Health Clinic; Antenatal and Postnatal Midwife Clinic; Therapy and Support Service for Children

Allied Health
Physiotherapist; Social Worker; Dietician; Occupational Therapist; Speech Therapist (visiting)

Community Health
Community Nurse, Child Health, Mental Health, Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs, Home and Community Care Services, More Allied Health Services (MAHS), Australian Hearing - visiting, Needle and Syringe Programme site

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    Last updated: 11 May 2015