Minor Injury and Illness Clinics2024-01-23T12:17:44+10:00

Minor Injury and Illness Clinics

The Minor Injury and Illness Clinics will provide walk-in urgent care for illnesses and injuries not anticipated to be life-threatening in nature. This service is free for Medicare Card holders.

The clinic is run by a team of doctors, nurses and allied health professionals experienced in treating urgent medical needs who can assess, diagnose and treat a wide range of minor injuries in adults, adolescents and babies older than three months of age.

When should you go to the Minor Injury and Illness Clinic?

  • minor head injuries with no loss of consciousness
  • minor burns and scalds
  • sprains and strains
  • suspected arm and lower leg broken bones
  • eye infections such as conjunctivitis or scratches to the eye
  • foreign bodies in the eyes, ears or nose
  • grazes and splinters
  • bites and stings
  • skin, ear, throat and chest infections
  • minor allergic reactions
  • urinary tract infections

Other services

Minor Injury and Illness Clinic’s provide services including:

  • onsite x-ray
  • ECG
  • wound care
  • plastering and limb immobilisation.

Will an ambulance take me to the Minor Injury and Illness Clinic?

Minor Injury and Illness Clinic teams works closely with the Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS). If your illness or injury can be cared for at the clinic, the QAS can take you there.

Artist impression of Caboolture Satellite Hospital
Exterior of Kallangur Satellite Hospital
If you are unsure whether to visit the Minor Injury and Illness Clinic please call 13 health (13 43 25 84).

Patients requiring emergency care will need to visit an Emergency Department or call Triple Zero (000).

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