Healthcare in Brisbane

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Healthcare in Brisbane is goodLike all big Australian cities, the standard of healthcare in Brisbane is high and the city has modern, well-equipped hospitals with excellent, highly trained staff. 

There are a range of private and public medical facilities located throughout Brisbane. If in need of emergency services, expats will be sent to the hospital closest to their place of residence. 

There is no shortage on pharmacies in Brisbane. Most are very well stocked and are able to order in any medication which is not kept on site. Pharmacies in Brisbane can be found on any major shopping street or at shopping malls. Selected pharmacies are open 24/7 and expats should make themselves aware of their closest one in case of an emergency.
 

Hospitals in Brisbane

 

Brisbane Private Hospital

www.brisbaneprivatehospital.com.au
Address: 259 Wickham Terrace

Mater Hospital Brisbane

www.mater.org.au
Address: Raymond Terrace, South Brisbane
 

Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

www.health.qld.gov.au/rbwh
Address: Butterfield Street, Herston
 

St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital

www.standrewshospital.com.au
Address: 457 Wickham Terrace
 

St Vincent’s Private Hospital

www.svphb.org.au
Address: 411 Main Street, Kangaroo Point

Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital

Address: Cnr Kessels Road & Troughton Road, Coopers Plains

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