This is Where We Work

This is how we incorporate country and tradition into our services.

We are big on promotion and supporting GP Registrar Training

Extending Services to our remote and rural communities

Providing support for our neighbouring communities

Supporting Doctor and Nursing Training Programs

Health and Healing are interwoven

Improving access to our remote and rural communities

Recognition as an Award Winning Health Service

GP and Nursing Training

GP Registrars Training Post

Goondir commenced its GP Registrar training program in 1999.

Goondir continues to offer GP Registrars the opportunity to undertake their training specialising in Aboriginal health within an Aboriginal Community Controlled health service facility.  Placement periods vary and are designed to immerse GP Registrars into Goondir’s comprehensive and culturally responsive model of primary health care.
Training is offered in a supportive learning environment where the GP Registrar works under the supervision of our General Practitioners (GPs) and alongside our Aboriginal Health Practitioners and Registered Nurses (RNs) to provide holistic, culturally appropriate health care with integrated preventive programs.

Goondir’s point of difference for GP Registrars includes exposure and experience with:

  • Universities and Research Facilities
  • Aboriginal health and Chronic Disease Management
  • Extensive access to visiting health professionals such as Heart of Australia
  • Extensive access to allied health professionals commensurate with urban services
  • Point of Care Testing?

The Goondir experience also allows involvement in outreach services to outlying rural and remote townships serviced by Goondir.

Supporting University Register Nurse Placement Programs

Student RNs placement terms are provided within a supportive learning environment with the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience working within an Aboriginal Community Controlled health service in a rural setting. 

RN’s are also immersed in training under Goondir’s comprehensive and culturally responsive model of primary health care.  The students work closely under supervision of Goondir’s RNs and alongside our GPs and Aboriginal Health Practitioners (AHPs). Working alongside our AHWPs allows the students to understand the importance of within a community setting. 

Their experience at Goondir also allows involvement in provision of outreach services with the aim of enhancing their skills in the provision of culturally appropriate health care and integrated preventative programs.

Get in Contact

Goondir Health Services
Better Health, Better Living, Longer Life

If you want to get in contact with us, please use the phone numbers below for your local clinic

Dalby Clinic

4 Jimbour Street, Dalby, QLD.

CLINIC: 07 4679 5900
ADMINISTRATION: 07 4679 5966

St George Clinic

127 Victoria Street, St George, QLD.

07 4625 5040

Oakey Clinic

Address: 110 Campbell Street, Oakey, QLD.

Phone: 07 4691 3372

Chinchilla Clinic

75 Middle Street, Chinchilla, QLD.

Phone: 07 4573 6841