” Bulk Billed telehealth (Phone or Video) consults are only available to Eligible Patients who have had an in-person consult in the past 12 months. Otherwise a private fee of $50 applies per standard consult. This needs to be pre-paid prior to the consult”.
*Note – Dr Michaelia Verbeek is Bulk Billing Telehealth/Video Consults only for Eligible patients. Otherwise a private fee of $71 applies per standard consult. This needs to be pre-paid prior to the consult”.
If you have cough, cold, fever, runny nose, sore throat or other flu like symptoms please book a Telehealth appointment. Please disclose if you have flu like symptoms- you could potentially infect elderly patients who are at high risk of dying if they catch COVID-19 if you are sitting in our waiting room or if you give it to our doctor.
Feeling unwell? Not sure if you need a doctor? Symptom Checker can help you decide what to do next. Please click the link below. Answer some questions, get advice. https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/symptom-checker
(If you do not disclose beforehand for consultations within the practice that you have flu like symptoms and instead only advise the doctor when you get into the consultation room you will also be asked to leave immediately.)
IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THE ABOVE SYMPTOMS PLEASE BOOK A FULLY BULK BILLED TELEHEALTH CONSULT.TO BOOK PLEASE CALL OUR RECEPTION AT 07 55991400 OR BOOK ONLINE FOR A TELEHEALTH CONSULT.
Alternatively please call 1800 020 080 or attend your nearest COVID-19 Clinic or Testing centre
To download copy of Self Isolation guide please click the link below
The Queensland Government has detailed information for the community on its website about COVID-19 including what it is, symptoms and prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Further information can be obtained by calling 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84).
Protecting yourself and others from novel coronavirus – COVID-19
The Australian Government Department of Health has information about protecting yourself and others from COVID-19. Novel coronavirus is transmitted from person to person, usually when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Transmission may occur from contaminated surfaces, so it is important to frequently wash your hands.
Please click here to read the latest advice for frontline staff from Queensland Health.
Where can I get more information?
Visit the Australian Government Department of Health homepage at www.health.gov.au
Call the Public Health Information Line on 1800 004 599.
Contact your state or territory public health agency: