Arana Hills Medical Centre

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Arana Hills Plaza

5-11 Patricks Rd.
Arana Hills, QLD, 4054

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Mon-Fri   8:00am - 6:30pm
Sat          8:30am - 12:30pm
Sun          9:00am - 4:00pm

AGPAL accredited General Practice - your guarantee of quality care

Call 1300 4663 37  for medical care any time through the night for Bulk billed Home Visits

Providing excellence in medical services to the Hills District for over 37 years

Pain management and Musculoskeletal Medicine are our specialties

Protect your child - Immunise. We aim for best practice in vaccine management

Female doctors who understand motherhood.

Modern Waiting Room - Paging devices available to allow shopping in the Arana Hills Plaza
Our dedicated team are there to serve you 7 DAYS a week
Our new logo - reflecting our beautiful Hills
Easy to find at the centre of Arana Hills Plaza Shopping Centre next to KMart
Dedicated Medical Centre parking drop-off point and Ambulance Bay
Quality Pathology Services co-located on site
Working together, playing together - teamwork!
The staff will fascinate you - on Cup Day!
Now you can find us easily!
Come into the Arana Hills Plaza to see us.
Roll up your sleeve!

Women's Health

         Our keen duo of professional female doctors will comprise of one young mother and another enthusiastic young woman.

Dr Leisha has a graduate diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Dr Lauren-Phoebe has a diploma of child health. 

In addition to the Cervical Cancer  screening program, they provide professional advice on breast care, cancer surveillance, sexual health and contraception including the insertion of Progesterone impregnated implants  as subdermal therapy and also later in the year,  the Progesterone containing "LARC"  intrauterine device.

They are keen promoters of immunisation especially the new Meningococcal B Vaccine (Dr Chan has vaccinated her three boys)

In view of the amazing success of the Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine in reducing the risk of cervix cancer and almost eliminating genital warts from our young adolescent population, they are keen to promote the vaccine to all women under the age of 45

The two yearly Pap test for people aged 18 to 69 will change to a five yearly human papillomavirus (HPV) test for people aged 25 to 74. People will be due for the first Cervical Screening Test two years after their last Pap test. The changes include:

  • the Pap test will be replaced with the more accurate Cervical Screening Test
  • the time between tests will change from two to five years
  • the age at which screening starts will increase from 18 years to 25 years
  • people aged 70 to 74 years will be invited to have an exit test.

There are many issues which may need the time for discussion with an understanding professional

Don't forget that our male doctors offer these services as well!!