Improving and Integrating Urban Indigenous Health Services

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Mob Link

Mob Link connects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to health and social services across the IUIH network of clinics and within the wider health and socials services system. 

Open 7am – 7pm, 7 days a week, clients can speak to our nurses or GPs if they are unable to secure an appointment with a GP, for services including:

  • regular prescriptions
  • coughs, colds, flu and COVID-19 and prescription of antiviral medications if indicated
  • medical certificates
  • early pregnancy support
  • mental health support
  • health advice.

*Mob Link is unable to prescribe drugs of addition including benzos and strong pain killers.  These medications must be prescribed by the clients GP in clinic.

Mob Link can also connect clients to:

  • aged care referrals
  • allied health services
  • care coordination for chronic conditions
  • cultural support
  • disability assessment and support services
  • end of life care support
  • family health and wellbeing
  • home support referrals
  • hospital and home visits
  • IUIH network services
  • legal aid
  • social support.

Locations

Mob Link services the Southeast Queensland region from the Gold Coast, to Caboolture, to Ipswich.

Who to refer

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Southeast Queensland

Mob Link accepts IUIH Network, external and self referrals.

Download referral form

PH: 1800 254 354

Fax: 07 3205 8666

Email: moblink@iuih.org.au