Opening Hours

Monday to Friday

Consulting times may extend outside 9:00- 5:00 pending specific clinic requirements.

What is the Interprofessional Clinic?

_C4A1625 cropped reduce web 50The JCU Health Interprofessional Clinic works in collaboration between JCU and community based organisations to provide much needed services.  Health professionals, students and discipline staff work in an Interprofessional team based setting to provide patient centred care in a clinical educational environment.

What is an Interprofessional Team?

_C4A1571 cropped reduced web 50An interprofessional team means that your health professionals work together to discuss and understand your health care needs. This approach allows you as the patient to tell your story once and, together, the team of health professionals will work to develop your treatment plan, allowing improved service and quality of care.


James Cook University (JCU) provides high quality Interprofessional services for individuals with conditions that may require several different professionals. A nurse will discuss your service needs in an initial assessment and prepare a care plan that allows the patient to see multiple clinicians at the same time. Services in this program include Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, Psychology Exercise Physiology and Physiotherapy.

We accept self-referrals, referrals from parents or guardians as well as health and educational professionals. The cost of our service is $30 for assessments and ongoing treatments.

Common conditions may include:

Brain injuries
Bell’s palsy
Cerebral palsy
Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome
Developmental delay
Coordination issues
Downs Syndrome
Guillain-Barre Syndrome
Huntington’s disease
Motor neuron disease
Multiple sclerosis
Muscular dystrophy
Parkinson’s disease
Spinal cord injury

If you would like more information please phone JCUHealth reception on (07) 4781 4495 or email your referral to ipclinic@jcu.edu.au.


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