Keperra Family Practice was established in 2001. Having expanded twice over that time, we are a modern, large, well equipped practice with comfortable waiting areas and a colourful, enticing children's play area to occupy the most demanding tiny tots!

We are conveniently located at the Great Western Super Centre on the corner of Samford and Settlement Roads. We are on the Samford Road side of the centre in the Great Western’s Health Connection precinct. Parking is right at the door and disabled access ensures an easy visit.

Together we provide quality care for everyone and follow the ethos of providing a Medical Home for our patients.

Let us be Your Medical Home

Why choose us for your family's health care?

  • 'Same Day Policy' which ensures you can be seen that day if necessary
  • Open 7 days
  • Easy free parking at the door
  • We're connected to all the health providers you'll need
  • Our friendly practice team making you feel welcome
  • A mix of male and female GPs of differing ages
  • A modern well equipped treatment room for minor injuries
  • Our modern, comfortable practice with several spacious waiting areas
  • A great children's play area
  • We listen to your feedback to improve our service to you

Our modern well equipped treatment room allows us to treat minor injuries often avoiding the need for a visit to hospital.

Article taken from interview with Quest Newspaper on April 17 th 2020

As mask supply was running low at a Brisbane GP clinic, a doctor’s engineer husband decided to learn to use an overlocker and make some in order to give patients extra protection.

Dr Trish Baker owns Keperra Family Practice and Medicine on Blackwood and said her family and the community had rallied around the practices with homemade masks.

Dr Baker said although they had enough masks for doctors, nurses and staff, they couldn’t buy masks for patients for love nor money.

Her family, and the practice’s community, jumped in to make one-use-only, temporary fabric masks for patients to wear while they were examined.

The masks for patients were made so there was protection for the staff examining them, as well.

Keeping the staff safe and keeping the people working here safe has always been such an important priority.

Dr Baker said patients had made masks out of lovely fabrics and put a lot of effort into them. It’s been a lovely outpouring of community support, which is really important for staff in medical practices.

Gabe Gallo and Dr Trish Baker with their son Robert Gallo work on making fabric masks for patients

 
Gabe Gallo and Dr Trish Baker with their son Robert Gallo work on making fabric masks for patients.

Dr Trish Baker (front) with son Robert Gallo and his fiancee Olivia Pratiwi with some of the DIY fabric face masks the family sewed together

 
Dr Trish Baker (front) with son Robert Gallo and his fiancee Olivia Pratiwi with some of the DIY fabric face masks the family sewed together.

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