Getting here

BRISBANE
Suite 203, Westside Private Hospital
32 Morrow Street, Taringa, Brisbane Q 4068

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For your convenience, Westside Private Hospital offers three free hours of ticketed parking to all Westside Private patients. Entrance to the carpark is via Harrys Road. There is also limited on-street parking available on Morrow Street.

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If you're coming from the city, the bus stops at Morrow St near Beatrice Street (stop 17/18) in front of Hungry Jacks, and Moggill Rd at Taringa (stop 19). From there it's a short walk to Westside Private Hospital.

From the West, the bus stops at Walker St at Taringa (stop 19). Walk down the hill to the Mercedes dealership, then cross at the pedestrian safety area. Follow the path up the hill towards Westside Private Hospital.

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Westside Private Hospital is located next to Taringa train station on the Springfield and Ipswich train line.  Westside’s internal signage are linked to Translink so you can see when your train is due to arrive.

NOOSA
1/31 Thomas Street
Noosaville QLD 4068

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We are on the ground floor of the building and are located directly opposite the shopping complex with Dominos and McDonalds.

There is on street parking available or you can park in the shopping complex opposite free for 3 hours.

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There are bus stops a short 200m walk away from us on Gibson Rd at The Cockleshell, and Mary St near Albert Street (routes 628 and 632). Check Translink for more details.

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If you are taking a taxi/DVA transport, our friendly staff can arrange this for you after your appointment to take you home.

What to bring

Medicare card, health fund details (if applicable), DVA/Pension/health care card details (if applicable)

Current referral letter (if not already provided by your referring Doctor)

Your current glasses

A list of your medications (you can ask your GP to send this to us directly)

You may wish to bring sunglasses to wear afterwards if dilating drops are used

If you like you can complete the Patient Details form [download here] and bring it with you to your first appointment.

 

What to expect

You will be checked in by our friendly receptionists and directed to fill in the Patient Information Form, if you have not already done so.

After this an Ophthalmic Technician will perform some preliminary tests depending on the condition you have been referred for.

They will also administer the dilating drops if required.

Following this, Dr Adams will conduct her assessment and consultation.

Please allow up to 2 hours for your appointment.

 

FAQs

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