Based on feedback from our participants, we identified a need for access to a free, trauma-informed GP. Prompted by this data, Women’s Health and Equality Queensland (WHEQ) are proud to say that we have now employed a GP to work with us once a fortnight to provide healthcare to both our participants and anyone who may need it. You do not need to be currently engaged with WHEQ to access this service.
Meet our GP:
Dr. Tracy Schrader has over 30 years of experience working as a medical professional. She currently works at Inclusive Health in South Brisbane, and headspace in Meadowbrook.
Dr. Schrader is trauma-informed and has extensive experience working with vulnerable peoples. Some of her previous workplaces include Brisbane Sexual Assault Service, Brisbane Youth Service, Brisbane Women’s Correctional Centre, Aboriginal and Islander Community Health Service, Biripi Aboriginal Medical Service and Clinic 30. She also regularly attends and presents at conferences that focus on health within marginalised communities.
Tracy can perform any health services that are needed, including; cervical screening/pap smears, general check-ups, medication reviews, care plans, gynaecology, reproductive health, contraception, mental health, wounds etc.
Appointments will be available on Fridays from 10-3pm.
Bookings are handled externally through Inclusive Health, please contact them to book or change any appointments at:
Phone: 3013 6050
Reception hours are Monday to Friday 8am – 4pm
We believe in accessibility; all appointments will be bulk-billed and free of cost. If you do not have a valid Medicare card, WHEQ will cover the costs for you.