South Australia's Health Care Plan 2007-2016
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For all enquiries:
Gilles Plains GP Plus Super Clinic: (08) 7425 8990
Marringga Turtpandi: (08) 7425 8900
Street Address: 1 Gilles Crescent, Gilles Plains, South Australia 5086
The Clinic at Gilles Plains is on the grounds of the Gilles Plains Primary School. The two services co-located at Gilles Plains are Marringga Turtpandi, which is a service delivery site of Watto Purrunna Aboriginal Health Service and Gilles Plains GP Plus Super Clinic that is focused on children and families.
Committed to providing a free of charge, culturally appropriate, and comprehensive primary health care service for the Aboriginal Community in the Central and Northern Local Health Network areas of Adelaide.
The vision of the Watto Purrunna Aboriginal Primary Health Care Service is to provide a quality health care service for local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and share up to date knowledge on health and social
The name Watto Purrunna is a Kaurna term meaning “the branch of life”. The service consists of Kokotina Tappangga (a Clinical Service) and Purrunna Waiingga (a Wellbeing Service).
Together they deliver:
Free services for children up to preschool commencement age and support to their families or carers who are not eligible for a similar service elsewhere.
A variety of group programs and individual services are offered to support children with their development including:
To find health services currently available in your local area, visit our National Health Services Directory and enter your suburb.
Monday to Friday: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Car parking is available and includes disability parking.
The building is wheelchair accessible and has toilets for people with disability.
Bus services 271 and 273 operate on North East Road. Bus stop 29 is located near the facility.
The Gilles Plains GP Plus Super Clinic is a joint initiative of the Australian and South Australian Governments.