Racecourse Road Health Centre
Everyday Medical Care, Racecourse Road, Brisbane
We offer General Practice medical services – even on weekends/public holidays
Racecourse Road Health Centre is a General Practice in Ascot, Brisbane. We offer a wide variety of medical services, whilst continually delivering a high-standard of community-based healthcare. Providing personalised and ongoing care to our patient’s health is something we value highly. We strive to provide a friendly and compassionate atmosphere that is committed to bringing the highest quality of health care to each individual, families and the wider community of Ascot. Just call us to make an appointment, book online – we even accept ‘walk-ins’ 119 Racecourse Rd, Ascot, Queensland 4007. Our doctors are here for you – this includes basic emergency care.
Our medical centre is located in in the heart of Ascot on Racecourse Road Brisbane. Ascot is a well-established suburb in the City of Brisbane, beautifully characterised by large Queenslander style homes. Ascot is located approximately 7 kilometres north-east of Brisbane’s Central Business District. Our Doctors extend a warm welcome to you from our tranquil and relaxed medical centre surrounded by wonderful cafes, restaurants and we also have a Coles supermarket right next door. Our Doctors will provide you with care and assistance based on decades of medical knowledge and expertise. Our mission is to provide the highest standard of patient care whilst incorporating a holistic approach toward diagnosis and management of illness…
At Racecourse Road Health Centre we are fully equipped to treat all health issues of pilots, flight crew, flight passengers, air traffic controllers or staff that work on airports and air fields as a result of our deeper understanding of occupational field.Dive medicals are another field that Doctor Peter Herbert is a specialist in. Scuba diving could be dangerous, even fatal if the diver has a pre-existing medical condition. Medical conditions or disorders can make a diver disoriented, impairing their judgment, mobility, cause loss of consciousness or decompression sickness whilst underwater. As a result, all Queensland divers are legally required to pass a Diving Medical Examination, done in accordance with Australian Standards AS 4005.1