What we treat

  • At this time we are not accepting new referrals for behavioural and attentional issues including ASD and ADHD. This may change in the future. 

  • Complex medical issues

  • Continence issues - bedwetting, soiling, constipation

  • 6-week baby checks and newborn issues - feeding, settling, growth, colic, cow's milk protein intolerance

  • Gastrointestinal issues - gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD), coeliac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, food sensitivities, constipation, abdominal pains

  • Respiratory conditions - asthma, pneumonia, bronchiolitis, chronic cough, recurrent infections

  • Skin concerns - eczema, birthmarks

  • Neurological conditions - seizures/epilepsy, headaches, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, movement disorders,

  • Nutritional concerns - failure to thrive, weight concerns, obesity, poor growth, delayed or early puberty

  • Sleep disorders - obstructive sleep apnoea, night terrors, sleep walking

  • Mental health – we are currently unable to accept referrals for mental health conditions where no other support has been established for child and family (ie., an appropriate mental health provider). If the child has already been linked with these providers, then the acceptance of a referral is at the discretion of the triaging clinicians.

  • and much more... 

Who we treat

Queensland Paediatrics accepts new patients up to age 16 years, although exceptions may be considered in discussion with the Director.  Paediatric patients with complex or chronic care require a planned transition to adult services.

We believe that all children, from a developmentally appropriate age, should feel empowered in their healthcare journey, and be part of this transitioning process.  Queensland Paediatrics together with the patient and family, will create a transition plan and can provide ongoing care until your child finishes their schooling and/or feels ready to move onto adult care.