The Cardiac Centre
All appointments, please call or
All patients are provided with the next available appointment to see their cardiologist. Emergency appointments can only be arranged by your GP. If you feel your condition deteriorates or requires more urgent attention from your cardiologist, you are advised to consult your GP. If your GP agrees that you need to see a cardiologist urgently, then he or she will phone and speak directly to your cardiologist who, if necessary, will then modify his schedule to see you as soon as possible.
Because of long waiting lists for appointments, we ask that you notify this office if you are unable to attend, so that your time may be re-scheduled.
We are happy to hear from you. Please contact us using the information below:
Benowa - Parking is available in the free multi-storey car park. Access is via Carrara Street.
Tel: (07) 5598 0322
John Flynn Hospital - parking is available in the grounds of the John Flynn Hospital. A courtesy buggy will pick you up and drop you off at designated signed locations.
Tel: (07) 5598 0322
Please arrive 10-15 minutes early for your Appointment for registration and to fill in a health questionnaire.
When you come for your Appointment please remember to obtain and bring the following
- Referral letter from GP, family physician or another doctor
- Medicare card, DVA card, Pension Card
- A full list of your current medications
- Copies of any blood tests, X-rays, MRI's. CT scans etc. and any other cardiac tests
If you need to cancel an Appointment
Telephone the office during business hours and allow at least 1 days’ notice so that we can offer your appointment time to patients on our waiting list.
Sometimes your appointment time will be late or rescheduled:
People suffer cardiac emergencies at any time of the day and night, and these patients are always given priority treatment by this practice. As such, there may be times when your appointment may be delayed or rescheduled for your cardiologist to attend to patients suffering with myocardial infarction (heart attack) or other cardiac emergencies. We apologise for any inconvenience, but assure all patients that they also will receive this emergency treatment should it be required.