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About the Practice


The Noosa rooms are located within the Noosa Hospital campus at: 
Address: Suite 6, 111 Goodchap Street, Noosaville QLD 4566 
Phone: 07 54744033
Access and parking: Enter through the main entrance of the hospital.  Dr Curley's rooms are Suite 6, located directly adjacent to the main reception.  Wheelchair access is available. Free parking is available in the hospital carpark. 

The Gympie rooms are located in a freestanding building at: 
Address: Nash Street Specialist Centre, 38A Nash Street, Gympie QLD 4570 
Phone: 07 5482 7368
Access and parking: Free street parking is usually available directly in front of the rooms. Wheelchair access is available. 

Appointments can be made by calling either of the specialist centres on Monday to Friday, between 8.30am and 5.00pm.  Alternatively email contact can be made at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

We see privately insured patients by appointment only, unless there is an urgent problem or emergency.  Our reception staff will be happy to assist you with any query.

All patients require a current referral from their GP. When you come for your appointment, remember to bring the following:

  • Referral letter from your referring GP or physician
  • Medicare or Veterans Affairs card
  • Health insurance information
  • All pertinent x-ray reports, medical records, MRI’s, CT scans and any test results from your GP or referring physician
  • A list of all medications you are currently taking
  • A list of any known drug allergies and the symptoms you have from taking these medicines
  • If you have had surgery elsewhere, please bring a copy of your operation report.

After hours emergencies
Dr Curley is available for emergencies for privately insured patients. Contact can be made through your local doctor, after hours medical centre, or the accident and emergency centre at the Noosa Hospital.

Private health insurance allows you and your family to access the right health care services at the right time. You have control of your health care and can choose your surgeon, facility, and timing of your treatment. Dr Curley accepts referred patients. This is partly to ensure that you are seeing the right specialist for your condition, and also because Medicare and the health funds pay higher rebates for specialist services that have been referred. Medicare, however, does not completely cover the cost of your consultation and treatment as set by the AMA. If your fees are being paid for by another government scheme (e.g Workers Compensation) it is your responsibility to ensure they have agreed to this and have written approval at the time of your consultation or treatment. At your initial consultation our Practice Manager will put together a fees estimation package based on your particular treatment needs. This will be comprised of an estimated cost for the operation itself including surgeons fee, hospital fee and anaesthetist fee. The portion you will be expected to pay yourself will also be itemised.

At your first visit
During your first visit to see Dr Curley he will listen to your account of the problem you are experiencing and ask a number of questions. It is likely he may examine you and review any blood tests or x-rays you have relating to this condition. If necessary he may send you to have relevant tests or scans. Then Dr Curley will give you his opinion and tell you his recommendations. In some cases there may be further tests to undertake. If an operation is required, Dr Curley will explain the specific procedure, help you understand what is is all about, and explain the benefits and any risks. You may feel free to ask questions as needed.