Healthcare in Queensland is changing. Queensland Health is investing more than $11 billion in infrastructure projects, and a broad range of programs and initiatives, to relieve pressure on the system.
This includes seven new satellite hospitals to make healthcare more accessible for all Queenslanders and ensures the right care is provided at the right time, in the right location.
These nation-leading facilities provide Queenslanders with more options for care in the community and help take pressure off emergency departments.
Each satellite hospital includes a Minor Injury and Illness Clinics for walk in, urgent treatment of non-life-threatening needs like simple fractures, simple infections, toothaches, minor burns and minor head injuries.
Minor Injury and Illness Clinics will be open 7 days a week, are free for Medicare card holders, and are accessible without an appointment.
New purpose-built satellite hospitals will be opening in 2023 and 2024 in these areas:
For more information including opening hours and services, please see the website of your local Hospital and Health Service.
Learn more about satellite hospitals
Seven new satellite hospitals in South-East Queensland will make it easier to access healthcare.
Each will feature a range of services to take pressure off emergency departments, including a minor injury and illness clinic for walk-in, urgent care.
They'll be located in Redlands, Caboolture Ripley, Tugun, Kallangur, Eight Mile Plains and Bribie Island.
Bringing Healthcare closer.
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