Kambu Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islan has been providing patients with the best in healthcare since our inception. As your local therapeutic supports, we're dedicated towards ensuring that you receive the best care you deserve. If you're in the area of Ipswich, pop into our practice and book yourself in for your next appointment. Alternatively, you can visit our website or use our direct booking app. We look forward to seeing you.
Provider Speciality: Accommodation/tenancy, Assist Prod Pers Care/safety, Assist Life Stage, Transition, Assist Travel/transport, Behaviour Support, Comms & Info Equipment, Community Nursing Care, Early Childhood Supports, Ex Phys Pers Training, Group/centre Activities, Support Coordination, Therapeutic Supports
I understand when you go to a medical service of any kind Aboriginal or mainstream. You fill out a form giving details about yourself and a brief medical history. I've just contacted Kambu Medical Service they said before I see or can make a doctor's appointment I need to have a full health check assessment. I said no, I just want to see the doctor. At first an appointment wasn't available, then there was one available tomorrow morning, then I said I just wanted to see the doctor, then the receptionist, put me on hold, then she told me the nurse would ring back. Then I waited, then I rang back, she was seeing the nurse was talking with the doctor, receptionist said she'd ring me back, I missed her call she left a message, I rang her back, the nurse offered me an appointment this afternoon, I said really OK, then she said you have to do a health assessment, I said I didn't need a health assessment or a full health check, the differences weren't explained, new patients of the service need to fill out forms to give a brief history OK why didn't she say this in the first place instead of wasting my time and hers. Why did they say I needed to do a full health check because it's a separate medicare item number as well as the doctors appointment item number. Nurse are forcing clients to do things without explaining details. Then I was being palmed off to other Aboriginal Medical Services at BrownsPlains, other medical services, this service was appalling slow. You would expect medical reception to know medical service policy & procedures, appointment books, full health checks, specialist appointments, referrals, basic doctor appointments etc etc not so sure about Kambu Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service, when I asked the nurse if I could speak to someone in charge she said she was in charge and then put me across to the Kambu Medical Centre Manager who I haven't heard from.See all Colin's Google reviews
For anyone that is Aboriginal or Torres Straight Islander, this is a fantastic service for not than just physical health, but also mental health, family support and many other services. They are always willing to help in any way they can. As a father to 4 aboriginal kids and partner to an aboriginal woman I can't recommend them enough...See all Derek's Google reviews
Great place, staff are great, I was late for appointment due to traffic, but I rang and they were understanding to my situation,See all Melinda's Google reviews
Most of the staff are friendly and helpful but a few doctors need to sit the exam again because they don't have a clue.. And their reception staff sucksSee all Ashley's Google reviews
The best dentists everSee all Gypsy's Google reviews