Introducing your new local Doctors in Mango Hill!
You and your family can now attend a SmartClinics Family Medical Centres in Mango Hill Marketplace which opened its doors on Monday next to Good Price Pharmacy.
To celebrate the opening, the clinic is offering bulk billed GP appointments to all patients who have a current Medicare Card until 15 November 2016.
This beautiful, modern clinic has been custom designed with patients’ comfort in mind.
There is ample parking and a QML Pathology centre inside, plus it is positioned near many other handy stores in the Mango Hill Marketplace shopping centre.
You can see experienced female and male doctors at the clinic, which is open 7 days (with weekend morning appointments 9am-midday).
Patients can book their GP appointments online at any time of day or night at smartclinics.com.au or call 07 3177 9520 to book with reception.
Pension card holders and children under 16 will continue to be bulk billed on week days after the opening offer expires.
The clinic is situated next to the Good Price Pharmacy Warehouse, below Jetts gym in the Mango Hill Marketplace.
17/08/2016 | mandah
Australia Post is seeking to remove Mango Hill’s original Post Box from the Puma Service Station on Anzac Ave.
Australia Post have stated that a notice will appear in the local newspaper and a sign will be placed on the Post Box for a minimum of 30 days to allow local residents to raise any issues.
Australia Post have advised that usable levels should generally exceed 25 letters per day and that this Post Box has significantly lower volumes than that required to maintain the service.
Big Local North Lakes and The Mango Hill Progress Association strongly encourage residents to use this facility as the saying of “use it or lose it”, very much applies.
Puma Proprietor, John Hamon is supporting retention of this Post Box, stating:
• “Not only is the mailbox an area icon, it is one of the most convenient and safe mailboxes we have utilised. People can park their vehicle off the road, take a few steps to the box and safely drop their mail.
• “Through” traffic is not inconvenienced.
• As well, Mailbox customers do not have to queue for a car-parking space and attempt to merge with thru traffic – unlike many roadside mailboxes which can create a traffic hazard.
The Mango Hill Progress Association is seeking a 6 month moratorium on any action to remove this box pending genuine consultation and the opportunity to promote greater usage of the service.
Australia Post is encouraging local residents to provide feedback to be considered by them.
Concerned residents can provide Australia Post with feedback on 13 13 18, or at: https://auspost.com.au/help/#/contact_us/product_enquiry
Big Local North Lakes and The Mango Hill Progress Association also encourage your feedback on the Facebook thread.
This issue will be an Agenda item at this Wednesdays meeting of the Mango Hill Progress Association.
15/08/2016 | nthlakes
The Caboolture Rail Line is being prepared for a shutdown to allow for the Moreton Bay Rail Link to be connected.
The rail link is thought to be completed shortly after the track closure, potentially as early as October.
The signalling problem will be fixed by using a manual signalling system which will only be temporary while an automated system is still on the cards for the future.
10/08/2016 | mandah