Services

  • + - Dental

    Good oral health is an essential part of overall health and wellbeing.

    Our dedicated team of Tzu Chi volunteer dentists, dental therapists (people who treat common dental problems) and dental prosthetists (people who make dentures) are committed to delivering quality dental services.

    Who can use the service?

    Dental services are provided for specific population groups who meet eligibility criteria and referrals can be made from services who are supporting people experiencing disadvantage. To enquire about eligibility, please contact the Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub.

    Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub Dentist. Photography: Katie Bennett.

    Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub Dentist. Photography: Katie Bennett.

  • + - Medical

    Inclusive Health Partnerships is a healthcare hub in which we provide general practice (GP) services. Medical services are bulk billed and available to the local community.

    Our experienced male and female doctors offer general health consultations as well as many specialist services including:

    • Women’s Health
    • Pregnancy care
    • Sexual Health screening and treatment
    • Skin checks
    • Mental Health
    • Vaccinations.

    Early morning and same day appointments are often available.

    View the Patient Information factsheet.

    The Inclusive Health team is committed to providing holistic health and social support services that help individuals and families who face personal circumstances that affect their ability to access healthcare and quality of life.

    Dr Brian Donohoe with Dan. Photography: Craig Holmes.

    Dr Brian Donohoe with Dan. Photography: Craig Holmes.


    We deliver quality health services that are integrated with other social services, and offer many on-site allied health practitioners including Acupuncture and Massage/Myotherapy.

    Appointments can be made by phoning the hub on 3013 6050.

  • + - Specialist Women's Health Clinic

    Our clinic has a dedicated and very experienced Women’s Health Nurse available on Fridays who works alongside our female doctors to deliver a number of specialist services.

    Services include:

    • Cervical screening (previously known as the Pap smear)
    • Pregnancy diagnosis and care
    • Sexual Health screening and treatment
    • Reproductive Health issues
    • Contraception including Implanon and IUD insertion and removal.

    Appointments with the Women's Health Nurse can be made by phoning 3013 6050.

  • + - Wellness

    The Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub is committed to providing holistic services. This extends beyond primary medical and dental services to including broader services where there is evidence it delivers a positive health outcome to patients.

    Delivering wellness services that complement our medical, dental and social support services is an important part of our hub's vision.

    Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub Community Acupuncture. Photography: Katie Bennett.

    Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub Community Acupuncture. Photography: Katie Bennett.

    We are now offering complementary services such as Chinese acupuncture and remedial massage, and Trauma sensitive Yoga, reflecting our commitment to a holistic approach to health.

  • + - Homefront

    Homefront Outreach Team is collocated at the Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub and delivers outreach services that connect people with clinical care, community support and housing by providing integrated care.

    Homefront is a collaboration between Micah Projects, Princess Alexandra (PAH) and Mater Hospitals and primary care providers. Beneficiaries are people experiencing poor health due to a combination of homelessness/vulnerable housing, domestic violence, chronic health conditions, disability and social isolation.

    The outcomes will be:

    • improved access to clinical care, social support and housing
    • better outcomes for individuals
    • reduced presentations to Emergency Departments (EDs), and
    • less unnecessary hospitalisations.

    What is Homefront?

    Homefront is funded by Queensland Health to improve the outcomes of people with complex health needs who present frequently at Hospital Emergency Departments.

    Homefront works with the PAH and Mater Hospital Brisbane, and community-based services to deliver integrated care in the immediate PAH catchment.

    How does Homefront work?

    Micah Projects and the Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub have implemented and will evaluate an integrated model of care delivered by a multidisciplinary team. The team provides outreach services to vulnerable people in the community who are living with multiple and complex health and social needs.

    Integral to the program’s success will be collaboration between the Hospital ED stakeholders and the Homefront multidisciplinary outreach team. Homefront supports people to effectively engage with community-based services and thereby reduce hospital attendance/dependence.

    In addition to referrals from Hospital EDs, Homefront also works with local GPs and homelessness services to ensure as many people as possible benefit from the service. People can also self-refer.

    Home Front Deliverables

    Homefront’s primary focus is health and wellbeing and the deliverables are:

    • Improved health and wellbeing of vulnerable populations through integrated care.
    • A reduction in ED presentations by people in the target group (vulnerable members of the community who may invariably have multiple health and housing issues. Many of the participants may be experiencing homelessness, utilising social housing, have experienced domestic violence and/or be experiencing difficult family circumstances.
    • Provide an integrated care response where one does not currently exist or exists and could be more effectively managed.
    • Provide a continuum of care and referral point primarily from hospital EDs and hospital departments, through effective discharge planning. This will reduce unnecessary re-presentations.

    View relevant Homefront Outreach Team documents:

    For more information, please contact the Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub.

  • + - Specialist Mental Health

    The Inclusive Health and Wellness Hub is committed to providing holistic health and social support services that help individuals and families who are vulnerable or experiencing circumstances that affect their ability to access healthcare and social support services.

    Delivering quality mental health services that are integrated with other services is an important part of our hub's vision.