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Address: Suite 72, Level 3, Sandford Jackson Building, 30 Chasely Street, Auchenflower 4066.
How to get to The Wesley Hospital…
The Wesley Hospital is located on Chasely Street directly off Coronation Drive. There is a 10-level car park behind the hospital accessed by Chasely Street or Land Street. Limited metered parking is available on the surrounding streets. If using street parking it is advised to ensure enough time is allowed for possible delays.
Auchenflower stop on the Ipswich line is located at the back of the hospital with a 5-minute walk to the rooms.
Bus stop 9 is located on Coronation Drive with a 10-minute uphill walk to the rooms.
About our facilities
Dr Turner’s practice is located on the third floor of the Sandford Jackson Building, 30 Chasely Street, Auchenflower, at the Wesley Hospital, one of the largest tertiary level private hospitals in Australia. The Wesley, equipped with state of-the-art equipment and serviced by all the medical and surgical specialities, can cater for all emergencies. Modern well-equipped theatres are supported by a 19-bed intensive care unit offering the best care in all circumstances.
Located on site at the Wesley is Monash IVF, a world recognised leader in infertility services with excellent success rates and renowned for quality assurance. Being part of a large organisation, the IVF unit offers cutting edge new technology which has undergone careful assessment of its efficacy and safety. With their compassionate staff and experienced scientists, couples are guided through the sometimes stressful pathway of fertility treatments.
The maternity unit is a boutique high quality delivery unit with compassionate, caring midwives whose main emphasis is on ‘private medicine’ delivering individualised patient care optimising the experience for the mother and their family. Associated with a Level 2 nursery on the same level as the delivery suite and maternity ward, along with experienced paediatricians and neonatal nurses, the needs of mothers and their babies can be met. If delivery is required before thirty-two weeks (1% of cases) Dr Turner is accredited to deliver at the Royal Women’s Hospital and the Mater Mother’s Hospital.