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General Medical Services
Quality Care

At Hamilton Health Hub we look after all of the health care needs of you and your family. The doctors at our family medical centre provide you with experienced, high quality general practice medical service. We’re here at Hamilton Health Hub for you until late every day of the year. Our GPs have a wide range of special interests including antenatal service, childhood and adolescent medicine, women’s health, mental health and much more.

At our Medical Centre in Hamilton QLD, we believe that ‘General Practice’ means ‘The Best Practice’ in looking after the medical needs of you and your family in Brisbane. Our GPs in Hamilton take a ‘whole person’ approach to your medical treatment – meaning we look at your physical, mental and emotional well-being so that we can provide you with the highest-quality personal health care

Health Assessments
Prevention is better than Cure

As part of our focus on illness prevention, we are here to help you improve your knowledge and understanding of the risk factors that may contribute to your developing a chronic medical condition. No matter what your age, we encourage you as our patient to take advantage of the health assessments we provide for various age groups. These health assessments provide us with a baseline from which you and we can work together to minimise your risk of health problems. 


Health assessments also permit the needs of specific groups (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, refugees and aged care residents) to be addressed in a targeted and culturally appropriate manner. Hamilton Health Hub provides specific health assessment services for the following groups of people : 

  • 75 years or older 

  • 45 - 49 years old individuals 

  • 40 - 49 years old individuals with risk of having diabetes 

  • 4 years old heatlhy kids check 

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 

Chronic Disease Management
Taking burden off people's shoulder

Our clinical team includes doctors, nurses and allied health professionals who will be able to provide the holistic integrative medicine care and comprehensive one stop shop clinical services to meet your chronic disease management needs. 

Chronic Disease Management - GP services on the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) enable GPs to plan and coordinate the health care of patients with chronic or terminal medical conditions, including patients with conditions that require multidisciplinary, team-based care from a GP and at least two other health or care providers. 

A chronic medical condition is one that has been (or is likely to be) present for six months or longer, for example, asthma, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, musculoskeletal conditions and stroke. There is no list of eligible conditions; however, chronic disease management are designed for patients who require a structured approach, including those requiring ongoing care from a multidisciplinary team.

and Vaccinations
Preventative Medicine

Immunisation is important to improve your body’s immune system and protect you against many infectious diseases. Prevention is always better than a cure, and Hamilton Health Hub can provide all of your immunisation needs throughout every stage of life.

Australian travellers

It is important that you visit one of our doctors at least eight weeks before travelling overseas so that you are vaccinated against the illnesses you may encounter. We will discuss your personal travel plans with you to make sure you have the correct vaccinations, and that you are up-to-date with any booster doses of childhood vaccinations. Remember that some vaccines require more than one dose and may take several weeks to take effect.

Influenza (flu)

Influenza is caused by a virus. This means that antibiotics won’t help if you catch it. It also means that the only way to effectively combat influenza is to have an annual ‘flu’ vaccination. This is offered free of charge each year to people who are at risk of serious complications if they get influenza. This includes:

  • People suffering from chronic diseases such as severe asthma

  • Pregnant women

  • People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island background

  • People aged over 65

The influenza vaccine is available from March each year at Hamilton Health Hub, and we offer a bulk-billed influenza clinic service.

Necessary vaccinations for eligible Australians

Childhood Vaccinations

Immunisations are particularly vital for your child’s health, and it is important for them to be vaccinated under the Australian Immunisation Schedule. As at 1 July 2018 this includes:


  • Hepatitis B (ususally offered at the hospital)

2-months, 4-months, & 6-months old

  • Hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), Haemophilus influenzae type b, inactivated poliomyelitis (polio) (Infanrix Hexa)

  • Pneumococcal conjugate (Prevanar 13)

  • Rotavirus (Rotarix)

12-months old

  • Pneumococcal conjugate (Prevanar 13)

  • Meningococcal C (Nimenrix)

  • Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR)

18-months old

  • Measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (chickenpox) (Priorix Tetra)

  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (Infanrix)

  • Haemophilus Influenza (ActHib)

4 years old

  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough) and polio (Infanrix IPV)

10-15 years old

  • Hepatitis B (hepB)

  • Varicella (chickenpox)

  • Human papillomavirus (HPV)

  • Diphtheria, tetanus and acellular pertussis (whooping cough) (dTpa)


Additional vaccinations are necessary for those classified as ‘at risk’ including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, pregnant women, people suffering from chronic illness, and everyone over 65 years of age.

Health Services
A Happier Healthier You

The suburbs of Hamilton, Ascot and Albion together, according to the 2016 census is home to around 200 Indigenous people. Recent statistics from the Queensland Department of Health show that the median life expectancy for Indigenous people is just 52 years for men and 57 years for women (more than 20 years less than non-Indigenous residents). There are also significant inequalities between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in relation to:

  • Chronic diseases including diabetes, cancer, renal failure, and cardio-vascular disease

  • Infant health issues such as eye infections like trachoma and middle ear infection

  • High rates of communicable diseases, including sexually transmitted infections

  • Substance abuse, and high rates of alcohol and tobacco use

  • Mental health including depression

At Hamilton Health Hub we are helping to close this gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, and recognise the need for culturally appropriate medical care for all our clients.

Our Indigenous Health Workers are happy to be here for their people and getting to know their family and medical history to provide help and healing and improve quality of life. 

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