Providing Quality Healthcare

Experienced Doctors to Care for your Family

COVID-19 Information

Who We Are

Junction Road Family Practice is a privately owned practice, located in Clayfield. You’ll discover a team of experienced General Practitioners who are committed to providing quality healthcare for you and your family.

Established in 1988, many of our long-term doctors have been caring for locals within the Clayfield area and surrounds for over 30 years. We pride ourselves on offering family medicine that’s personal, professional and friendly.

Our mission

Our mission is to provide care for every member of your family, with quality medical services. We offer women’s health, men’s health and children’s health, as well as chronic disease management and vaccinations. Our other services include skin cancer checks, minor surgery, medicals, health assessments and mental health care plans.

Eagle Junction Pharmacy is located next door and a QML Pathology collection centre conveniently located within our premises.

What We Offer

Women’s Health

Women’s Health

Men’s Health

Men’s Health

Children’s Health

Children’s Health

Minor Surgery & Procedures

Minor Surgery & Procedures

Health Checks, Assessments & Medicals

Health Checks, Assessments & Medicals

Disease & Illness Management

Disease & Illness Management

Vaccinations

Vaccinations

Travel Medicine

Travel Medicine

Pharmacy

Telehealth Consultations

Telehealth Consultations

RECENT BLOGS

The importance of cervical screening tests

Cervical screening has taken over from what most women remember as the pap test or pap smear and while similar, it is equally important in predicting cervical cancer. Cervical screening replaced the pap smear as a diagnostic tool to predict cervical cancer in 2017. While the original pap smear would swab for abnormal cells within…
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Can you reduce your risk of high blood pressure?

High blood pressure can be a silent killer because many people have it and don’t even know so we look at ways you can reduce your risk. Hypertension – also known as high blood pressure – affects a lot of people and while some require medications to treat it, others can reduce blood pressure risk…
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How much should you exercise each week?

How much should you exercise each week? Some people exercise a lot while others may not be able to or shy away from it. Some of us are just too busy. The past 18 months with various places in lockdown have also made it harder to play organised sport or get out for a walk.…
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