Woodcrest Way Family Practice
A new GP clinic opened its doors to Springfield residents on November 6.
Woodcrest Way Family Practice is located at the roundabout on the corner of Commercial Drive and Woodcrest Way, in the suburb of Springfield, north-west of Woodcrest State College.
Jordan MP Charis Mullen and Oxley MP Milton Dick attended the official opening event.
“Milton Dick MP and I were pleased to be part of the official opening and are very excited to see more health services in our growing community,” Ms Mullen said.
“More GPs are vital for growing regions like ours.
“And, with plans to expand to women’s health, this is a welcome addition to … healthcare delivered no matter where you live.”
For standard consults, the clinic offers bulk-billing for children and pensioners, as well as those with a veterans (DVA) card or valid Health Care concession card.
Face-to-face consults and walk-in sessions during ordinary hours are $23.80 (with a valid Medicare card).
Location: Unit 1, 29-31 Commercial Drive, Springfield.
Hours of operation: Monday to Wednesday 8am-5pm, and Thursday and Friday 8am-4pm. (Ordinary hours are Tuesday to Friday 8am-4pm, excluding public holidays.)
107 Coffee Terminal
The café will offer residents a local spot for morning coffees, breakfast, brunch, and lunch.
It will be the third 107 Coffee Terminal location after Browns Plains and Capalaba, and feature a similar menu, such as the “Breaky Quesadilla” and “107 Benedicts”.
Initially opening its doors from 6am to 2pm daily, franchise owner Jagtar Aulakh said the goal is to eventually extend operating hours to dinner time after the first few months.
Location: Spring Mountain Village, corner of Spring Mountain Boulevard and Grande Avenue.
Hours of operation (at launch): 6am to 2pm daily.
Top image: The new Spring Mountain Village shopping complex. Image: Lendlease.