Mareeba Dental Clinic
Queensland public oral health services provide free dental care to eligible patients. Patients who require non-emergency care are placed on a register, or waiting list.
A person is allocated to a particular waiting list depending on the type of care required and the urgency of their condition. This system ensures that people most in need of care can be treated first.
Waiting lists are managed by Hospital and Health Services using a statewide information system.
General care (dental treatment desirable within 2 years) information for April 2023
|Waiting time (months)||< 12||12 to 24||24 to 36||36 to 48||48 to 60||> 60||% within recommended waiting time|
|Number of patients waiting||786||349||0||0||0||0||100%|
|Number of patients starting treatment||0||16||1||0||0||0||94%|
Priority care category 3 (dental treatment desirable within 12 months) information for April 2023
|Waiting time (months)||< 6||6 to 12||12 to 18||18 to 24||24 to 30||> 30||% within recommended waiting time|
|Number of patients waiting||78||90||0||1||0||0||99%|
|Number of patients starting treatment||0||6||5||1||0||0||50%|
All data is preliminary and subject to change.
- indicates data not available or not applicable.
This facility does not offer dental treatment under general anaesthetic.
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More than 380,000 people received free dental care from public oral health service in Queensland in 2016/17.