This medical centre is operating at reduced staffing levels due to COVID-19. We are receiving many phone calls and opening hours may change (check our website for the latest). Please treat our staff and healthcare practitioners with respect during this difficult time.
If you have tested positive for COVID-19 and are seeking medical advice, please book a telehealth appointment. You may receive a call from a private number for your telehealth appointment. Please do not attend the medical centre.
If you are needing to report your positive RAT test, you can do this by completing the Positive Result Registration form via the Queensland Government website: www.qld.gov.au/rat-positive
This medical centre does not provide COVID-19 testing or Medical Clearance Certificates.
Please visit www.covid19.qld.gov.au for information on self-isolation rules, de-isolation, public health orders or testing.
It is mandatory to wear a mask while attending this centre.
Dr Abiodun Adeniyi ‘Abey’ Aro graduated in 1997 from University College Hospital Ibadan in Nigeria.
Dr Abey obtained his Masters degree in Family Medicine in 2014 from the Witwatersrand University Johannesburg in South Africa.
He is a Fellow of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine.
He is interested in all areas of Family Medicine but has a special interest in Mental Health, Skin Cancer, Men's Health, Pain and Chronic Disease Management.
Away from work, he enjoys soccer and time with his family.