183 Kingston Rd, Underwood QLD 4119, Australia
183 Kingston Road Underwood QL
(07) 3219 8877
Monday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Jaq Van damme said 2 years ago
I just wanted to say the staff at Inala are lovely. The radiologist are professional and kind. Nicole at reception is happy, helpful and incredibly good at her job. I recommend this business for their service, professionalism and bedside manner...a great place to feel cared for when you're not in the best shape
lilly lin said 1 year ago
Bad experience with that place, I would never go back again.
Haider AL-ANI said 2 years ago
If there is less than 1, I won't be hesitated to give them that. Very messy, long time waiting, I waited 45 mins after my appointments time just to do an Ultra sound to my son. After the scan, the radiologist told me just wait outside the report will be ready soon as it was urgent. I waited another 30 mins then the receptionist told me the report will be ready tomorrow 10 am. Complete waste of time. Not happy with them at all.
Nadima Peer said 2 years ago
Rude,Rude ,Rude 1 star is too much. The receptionists need to go back for customer service training.
K T said 3 years ago
Receptionist very Unprofessional. Clinic is listed that it is open till 5pm however informed by the staff that they do not book appointments after 4pm EVER. At my disbelief i sought to lodge a complaint directly however no information on their website. Here's hoping the appointment is better managed.
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