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

Hearing Health

Hearing health screenings
  • Hearing health screenings are carried out at our Goondir clinics and selected schools in the region. Hearing Health screenings are available for the following age groups:

    • 0-5 Years
    • School Aged Children
    • Adults

     Follow-up treatment is available and where necessary Clients may be referred on to the appropriate specialist for further treatment.

     The Hearing Health Coordinator will perform a hearing assessment which includes otoscopy, tympanometry, and general discussion on hearing and behavioural health with you. They will then consult with Doctors, Medical Specialists, Audiologists, Speech Pathologists and other allied health professionals, if needed.

Signs of a potential hearing problem may include:
  • Otoscopy – a visual examination of the ear with a special torch called an otoscope
  • Tympanometry – is a test of the middle ear function with a machine called a tympanometer
  • Audiometry – is the measure of how well you can actually hear
  • Access to Visiting Specialists
  • Access to health education and promotion.
Signs of a potential hearing problem may include:
  • not responding when spoken to
  • asking “what?” all the time or doesn’t appear to listen
  • watching the speakers face closely as if they are trying to lip read
  • looking around to see where the sound is coming from
  • sitting very close to a loud TV
  • pulling at their ears
  • having a particularly quiet or loud voice
  • having poor performance or declining performance at school or work
  • being easily distracted
  • appearing to not like or avoiding socialising
  • erratic or aggressive behaviour
  • reoccurring ear infections.
Goondir acknowledges all support provided by the Department of Health, Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health.

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