On this site you will find a range of information on the Australian Government’s commitments to establish GP Super Clinics around the nation.
Implementation of the GP Super Clinics Program is ongoing. Content will be reviewed and progressively updated. Please check this website regularly for updates.
Please use the navigation on the left, or follow the links below for more information:
This page contains a map and table that shows the locations of the GP Super Clinics and links to information on each clinic.
In addition to the general disclaimer available through the link at the bottom of this website, the Australian Government Department of Health states the following:
The information on this website about the GP Super Clinics program is subject to change without notice and should not be relied upon for commercial or any other purposes; and
The Australian Government Department of Health does not accept any liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred by use of or reliance on the information provided on this website.
Since 1 July 2013, 8 sites have become operational:
- Broken Hill (NSW) GPSC commenced clinical service delivery on 20 December 2013;
- Canberra (ACT) GPSC commenced clinical service delivery on 17 February 2014;
- Gladstone (QLD) GPSC commenced clinical service delivery on 22 July 2013;
- Gold Coast (QLD) GPSC commenced clinical service delivery on 4 November 2013;
- Maleny hub of the Sunshine Coast (QLD) GPSC commenced on 8 July 2013;
- Redcliffe (QLD) GPSC commenced GP services on 3 February 2014;
- South Central Coast (NSW) GPSC commenced clinical service delivery on 24 July 2013; and
- Wallan (VIC) GPSC commenced clinical service delivery on 23 December 2013.
As at 12 February 2013, there were 54 GP Super Clinics either open, delivering early services or under construction.