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Important Notice COVID-19 Patient Update

If you have travelled ANYWHERE outside of Western Australia and are experiecing any Cold/Flu or Corona Virus type symptoms, you must contact our Reception staff prior to your appointment

Queensgate Medical Centre now offers consultations via telephone (Telehealth) for eligible patients

Please scroll down to read the criteria below (Featured News) or contact us 08 9456 1811

Providing you with quality healthcare

Queensgate Medical Centre is a professional and modern medical centre located in the heart of Canning Vale that provides patients with the very best healthcare. Queensgate Medical Centre is more than just a building, it is a way for our doctors to help and service the community with the utmost empathy and care.​

Our Practice

We are a modern and professional medical clinic that embraces family practice values to embrace the community to provide our patients with an exceptional experience. Queensgate Medical Centre provides all of our patients with a welcoming and comfortable environment to visit our Doctors who have an unwavering commitment to you and your family’s well-being [Learn More]

Our Services

At Queensgate Medical Centre we offer an extensive range of medical services to look after your physical, social and emotional wellbeing. All of our Doctors and Nurses are highly qualified. Our Senior Doctors have all graduated from the Royal Australian College of GP's and are Australian educated and trained.


Providing you with quality healthcare is our number one priority [Learn More]

Our Fees

Queensgate Medical Centre is a mixed billing practice, which means we do not 100% bulk bill. We offer bulk-billing and discounted fees to various age groups and health care card holders. Please call us on 9456 1811 to inquire about our standard fees or more information visit [Our Fees]

Our News & Events

At Queensgate we are committed to supporting the health, wellbeing and education of the community. We frequently invite specialists from the health industry to share important information that will benefit the lives of our patients and their families or friends. We also share important news about Queensgate Medical Centre and other health information with our patients and community [Read More]

Featured News & Events

COVID-19 Telehealth Consultations

Queensgate Medical Centre is now able to provide telehealth consultations to eligible patients. Medicare rebates will be paid for services provided to:

  1. Patients that have been diagnosed with COVID-19 virus but who are not a patient of a hospital; or

  2. Patients that are isolating themselves in quarantine in accordance with home isolation guidance issued by Australian Health Protection Principal Committee; or

  3. Patients considered more susceptible to the COVID-19 virus being:

    • at least 70 years old, or

    • at least 50 years old or over if of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent; or

    • pregnant; or

    • a parent of a child under 12 months; or

    • a person under treatment for chronic health conditions or who is immune compromised; or

  4. People that meet the current national triage protocol criteria for suspected COVID-19 infection.


In relation to services for patients more susceptible to the virus (option 3), they must have had at least one face to face attendance in the last 12 months with a Queensgate Medical Centre GP.


Please call our reception team to book your appointment on 9456 1811.


We would like to welcome Dr Yoshei Tien to our Queensgate Medical Centre team! Dr Tien will begin practice in our clinic on Monday the 24th of February. Our team of reception, nurses and doctors are very excited to welcome Dr Tien as a colleague.

Dr Yoshei Tien is a local graduate from UWA. She's previously worked in various hospitals in south metropolitan area before attaining her fellowship with Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2019. She has also completed a postgraduate Diploma of Child Health from Westmead, Sydney.


Outside of work she enjoys traveling with her family. She believes in spending quality times with her two young boys.


Dr Tien is interested in all aspects of general practice, particularly paediatric, men and women's health, and family planning. She's qualified in Implanon and Mirena insertion and removal, as well as various medical procedures including venesection, iron infusion, skin lesions resection etc. As a Malaysian Chinese, Dr Tien can speak fluent Mandarin and dialects.

If you would like to book in with Dr Yoshei Tien, please call us on 9456 1811 or click below to book online via our website


January 23, 2020

What is the virus? Have I been exposed? What are the symptoms? How do I approach a health professional?

Update 3rd March: If you have been anywhere overseas and are experiencing cold/flu symptoms please alert reception prior to your appointment. Please see our appointment protocol below.


Update 4th Feb: If you have left, or transited through, mainland China on or after 1 February 2020 you must isolate yourself until 14 days after leaving China.


Australia is very closely monitoring an outbreak of a respiratory illness caused by a new coronavirus which was first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. Since that time, unfortunately the virus has reached many other parts of the world including Australia. The Coronavirus can be a deadly illness, if gone un-treated or late diagnosis, deaths currently occur in approximately 1 in every 50 cases.


Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. They cause illnesses that can range from the common cold to more severe diseases. The virus can cause a range of symptoms. Symptoms can range from mild illness to pneumonia. Affected people may experience:
- Fever
- Flu like symptoms such as coughing, sore throat, ache in muscles and headaches
- Difficulty breathing


People who have been in contact with confirmed novel coronavirus cases must be isolated in their home for 14 days after exposure.
Returned travellers who have been in Hubei Province of China must be isolated in their home for 14 days after leaving Hubei Province other than for seeking individual medical care.


If you are experiencing any of these symptoms and are concerned, please visit your health professional immediately.

Specialist infectious diseases teams will isolate people with symptoms of coronavirus. They will also provide supportive medical care to treat any symptoms.


Queensgate Patients:
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please CALL AHEAD and let our receptionists know so you can speak to one of our nurses and allow our team to prepare.
We will ask you to please not enter our practice, instead we will ask you to please wait in your car until our nurses and doctors are ready to see you.
Once you are ready to be seen, reception will call and let you know to please come in through our back nursing door to our isolation room.
Please DO NOT enter through our reception as you will be potentially exposing other patients.
Our team will then completely sterilize all affected areas.


If you have returned from China or been in direct contact with a confirmed case and are showing these symptoms, please DO NOT book an appointment at Queensgate. Please direct yourself to your nearest emergency department so you can be isolated and given treatment.


If you need to book an appointment please call our reception on 9456 1811.


This information has been provided by The Department of Health:

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Our Doctors

The team of Doctors at Queensgate Medical Centre work together to provide patients with the highest quality and the best healthcare available. All of our Doctors are committed to the health and wellbeing of the community living in and around the Canning Vale area.

9456 1811

Queensgate Medical Centre

Level 1, 2 Queensgate Drive

Canning Vale, 6155 WA


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