Central Family Practice specialises in Anxiety and Depression disorders, under the guidance of psychiatrist, psychologist and general practitioners trained in management of mental health disorders. For us the aim is to improve our patients’ health in an holistic manner, where their mental and physical care is harmonised. We are currently participating in research study for treatment resistant depression. Our psychologists are trained in a wide range of techniques, including neuro feedback, cognitive behavior therapy and emotional modulation therapy. Our approach puts the patient at the centre of their care and supports them in changing the brain pathways that lead to depression and anxiety.
Central Station Medical Centre, is located at the corner of Edward and Adelaide Street, in Anzac Square Arcade. Thousands of people walk our doorstep, as they rush from Central Station to Queen Street Plaza and the offices in the Brisbane CBD. Our doctors understand the busy nature of the workplaces in the city and provide services that suit their busy lifestyles. Many face stresses at work and home and our doctors are here to help manage their mental and physical health. Whether it’s a medical certificate for work or a full medical check we can cater for you at our clinic.
Turbot Street Medical Centre, is just a stone’s throw from the Financial and Dining hub of Eagle Street Pier. There is 2 hours free parking available for our patients, and provides a range of services for the residents of the area in Spring Hill, Fortitude Valley and Kangaroo Point. It is also a regular practice for the many office worker in the area and the students that converge to this side of the Brisbane CBD. We are in the same complex as Woolworths, on Level 1, through the lifts near Priceline Pharmacy. There is Small Coffee Co. for those of us appreciate a good coffee.
The Melanoma Centre’s reputation is based on our provision of meticulously thorough, full skin checks and is exclusively devoted to mole and skin cancer diagnosis and treatment. Our doctors have undertaken advanced diagnostic and surgical skills training in skin cancer. At the Melanoma Centre we believe that there is no room for shortcuts during a mole check, as it can place lives at risk. We treat our patients in the same way we would expect ourselves and our families to be treated – with care and attention to detail. We use the latest gold-standard dermatoscopes and mole-scanning equipment to ensure every site is reviewed and every spot is checked.