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Alma Street Medical

150 Alma Street

Rockhampton QLD 4700

PO Box 10028

Frenchville QLD 4701

Ph: 07 4922 3300

Fax: 07 4922 1500

E: practicemgr@almastreetmedical.com

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Opening Hours

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

8:30am – 5:00pm

8:30am – 5:00pm

8:30am – 5:00pm

8:30am – 5:00pm

8:30am – 5:00pm

CLOSED

CLOSED

After Hours and Emergencies

For medical emergencies, please call 000.

For after hours, please call House Call Doctor on 13 55 66 or present at the Rockhampton Base Hospital.

Alternatively, you may present at the Mater Private Hospital (Ph: 4031 3313).

Fees will apply.

About Us

 

Alma Street Medical is more than just an ordinary practice. We are privileged to have a team of people who genuinely share our interest in the health and well-being of others. From time to time, we participate in fund-raisers to help raise vital funds for research. We hope we can count on your for your support and thank you in advance!

Our Mission

 

We aim to provide quality, accessible primary healthcare for the whole family and strive towards continuous improvement of the physical and psychological well- being of any/all of our patients.

Our Vision

 

To foster a culture that takes a holistic approach to quality healthcare outcomes.

History 

The current building was originally erected in 1978 and named The Voss Clinic. The original Doctors who built the Voss clinic were Drs Norm Maike, Jim Forbes and Doug Grose. The Voss Clinic closed its doors in 2005. It was re-opened as a General Practice in 2006 at the initiative of Dr Matt Kritzinger.

 

On 8 December 2007, Alma Street Medical, as it is known today, was formally established at the initiative of Dr Matt Kritzinger. At the time, Dr Matt commissioned a free-lance artist (and his eldest daughter), Carmen Kritzinger, to commemorate Dr Paul Voss and the services the clinic provided to people living in Australia's beef capital and surrounding areas.

 

Unfortunately, this memorable painting was destroyed in a fire that consumed the entire practice in June 2016. It took 9 months to rebuild the practice which now has an entirely modern look-and-feel. The staff who were involved at the time demonstrated true courage and dedicated during the clean-up and temporary services at a smaller venue across the road. 

Following a grand re-opening in March 2017, the practice stands proudly to continue serving the Rockhampton community and surrounding areas.