Providing the latest information on COVID-19 for GPs, service providers and our community.

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COVID-19 information for GPs, residential aged care facilities and the community

Brisbane North PHN continues to support primary healthcare in our region by providing services, information and resources to help practitioners support their patients.

This page contains information on GP respiratory clinics, fever and community assessment clinics and resources to help in the assessment and management of COVID-19.

GP respiratory clinics

These clinics are free to attend with no referral required. Please note that you must have respiratory symptoms or COVID symptoms to be seen in these clinics. Patients need to book ahead online or by phone.

The links below offer both testing and vaccination appointments. Please ensure you are making a booking for the 'respiratory clinic' (and not the 'vaccination clinic') if you have respiratory or COVID symptoms and may need to be tested.

Morayfield GP Respiratory Clinic
  • 19-31 Dickson Rd, Morayfield Qld 4506​​​​​​
    07 5322 4901
    Patients should book online or call to make an appointment.
Kenmore GP Respiratory Clinic
  • Suite 6, 2081 Moggill Road, Kenmore Qld 4069
    07 3363 1699
    Patients should book online or call to make an appointment.

COVID-19 testing in Queensland

Testing for COVID-19 remains an important way to help protect yourself and your loved ones. Knowing if your symptoms are COVID-19 can assist you and others to manage any associated illness appropriately.

Find out how and when to get tested.

Pathways for vaccinating Greater Brisbane’s vulnerable people

Brisbane North PHN and Brisbane South PHN are working together to improve access to the COVID-19 vaccine for people who would benefit from additional support.

Information on support available for vulnerable people is available as a downloadable resource.


COVID-19 assessment and management HealthPathway

This pathway has been endorsed by State Health Emergency Coordination Centre (SHECC) to guide primary care management of COVID‑19 in the state.