In accordance with Public Health advice, Gabba Medical Centre asks that any individuals who begin experiencing respiratory
symptoms (fever, cough, difficulty breathing) and have recently travelled to China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan,
Korea, Iran, and Singapore or had contact with someone diagnosed with the novel coronavirus within the last 14 days
call the medical centre or hospital before arrival so that the appropriate infection control measures can be put in place and people
can be directed to the best place for testing and treatment.
If possible we advise travelling with a mask on.
This coordination between providers, hospitals, and public health is critical for our continued effort to best respond to and reduce
This is a rapidly changing situation both abroad and domestically, and we are still learning.
Let’s remember this virus is identified within the past month and there is much we don’t know yet.
Where can I get more information?
Visit the Australian Government Department of Health homepage at www.health.gov.au
“With the new Medicare Changes due to COVID-19, our GP's 1st consultation will be on Video/Phone inline with the public safety measures. Subsequent follow-ups,our GPs can arrange face to face consults in the practice if required.Flu Vaccine just $15.We are open 7 days as usual. Call us or book online"