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Kambu Health provides culturally safe primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families living in the Ipswich and west Moreton areas, offering comprehensive and holistic health and wellbeing services.

Dr Anthony Bates with a patient - Kambu Health

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Here at Kambu Health, we pride ourselves on our flexible "no wrong door' approach to your health that is innovative, supported by community and sets a high standard for Aboriginal health.


We have multiple sites within the west Moreton area based in Laidley, and our larger, primary site located in the heart of Ipswich.

The clinical care teams at all locations comprise of Aboriginal Health Practitioners (AHPs), Midwives, Nurses, and General Practitioners (GPs).

We ensure that you receive the best care possible with our deadly Kambu Health team!

You will receive a comprehensive health care assessment through our triage process before seeing the GPs and then hear from us for any immediate follow-up care and advice. Ultimately, we want to improve the rates of chronic illness and manage the ongoing care of all our mob within our Ipswich and west Moreton community.

We'll help you find your pathway to good health! 

Allied Health and Specialist Services

Kambu Health has teamed up with our colleagues at IUIH to improve your access to many allied health and specialist services.

Our deadly Allied health practitioners attend our clinics regularly and work with you as part of your health care team to improve chronic illness, recovery and quality of life.

Make an appointment today.


MON:   7:00am – 7:00pm

TUE:     7:00am – 7:00pm

WED:   7:00am – 7:00pm

THU:    7:00am – 7:00pm

FRI:      7:00am – 7:00pm

SAT:     8:00am – 4:00pm

SUN:    Closed


MON:   8:00am – 4:00pm

TUE:     8:00am – 4:00pm

WED:   8:00am – 4:00pm

THU:    8:00am – 4:00pm

FRI:      8:00am – 4:00pm

SAT:     8:00am – 4:00pm

SUN:    Closed

Health Assessment

Each client's journey begins in the clinic by applying a cycle of care initiated by a Health Check. This free assessment of your overall health helps us provide you with the best care and the most appropriate wrap-around support!

These checks aim to keep you healthy and allow us to prevent chronic illnesses from developing.

You know what they say – "Prevention is better than cure."

Fun fact: You will also hear these checks referred to as 715 Health Assessments – Good Health starts with a 715!


Call our clinic receptionists to make an appointment. Patients who make an appointment and cannot attend are encouraged to notify reception of their cancellation.

Clients without appointments for urgent clinical care can be seen during opening hours; however, emergencies will be given priority, and all patients will be triaged upon need.

We understand that you've got stuff to do, and waiting long periods to see your doctor may not be one of them, so we make every effort to ensure wait times are at a minimum to make your patient journey as easy and as pleasant as possible.

We don't know what we don't know, and as a community organisation, we lean on you as our clients to help us improve, so please give any feedback for quality or safety improvements by speaking with a staff member or through here.


Ipswich - in an emergency, please call 000. You can also go to the Ipswich Hospital Emergency Department located at Chelmsford Avenue, Ipswich QLD 4305.

Laidley - in an emergency, please call 000. You can also go to the Laidley Hospital Emergency Department located at 75 William Street, Laidley QLD 4341.

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