Dr Lyndall Campbell

About Me

I am a Specialist General Practitioner with an interest in Women’s sexual and reproductive health. My focus is providing individual solutions to help women optimise their health and well-being.

My Services

My focus includes:

  • Contraception – including IUD (Mirena/Kyleena/Copper 375) and Implanon insertion & removal
  • Menstrual concerns
  • Pelvic pain
  • Endometriosis & PCOS
  • Fertility concerns and pre-pregnancy advice
  • Antenatal and post-natal care
  • Perimenopause and menopause advice
  • Preventative check-ups (eg cervical screening, weight concerns, etc)

I  provide advice over one or more consultations. In Certain situations referral to an Allied Health Professional may be necessary e.g. dietician, exercise physiologist, psychologist, and medical specialist (including gynaecologists and obstetricians) to ensure holistic care.


  • Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (2007)
  • Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (Honours) (Uni Tasmania 2002)
  • Bachelor of Medical Science (Uni Tasmania)
  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (Uni Queensland)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) (Uni Queensland)
  • Certificate of Women’s Health (RANZCOG)
  • Certificate in Sexual & Reproductive Health (Family Planning Qld/True)
  • Certified IUD & Implanon Inserter (Family Planning QLD/True)

Prior Medical Positions 

I completed my residency at the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, and then subsequently trained and worked in a number of general practices in Brisbane, Townsville, and Canberra.

I consulted for a number of years at Healthy Women Medical Centre (2014 – 2/2023), Indooroopilly.  Working at this long-established women’s health clinic allowed me to focus on my interest area,  connect with women, and offer personalised solutions for a wide range of health concerns.    If you were a previous patient at HWMC,  you can organise for your full file to be transferred to me at iHealth by clicking here and completing the form.

Prior to my medical studies, I worked as a solicitor at a commercial law firm in Brisbane.  Working in the law helped me develop a range of skills including the ability to clearly identify and analyse a problem at hand, and generate practical solutions for clients.

Registrations and Memberships

  • AHPRA Registered Specialist GP
  • RACGP Fellow
  • RANZCOG Member
  • Pelvic Pain Foundation Member
  • Australasian Menopause Society Member

My Fees

I am a private billing practitioner working most weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings, or as advised.

Fees for my services are explained below and may include some of the time spent just before and after your consultation preparing and finalising your visit.

My standard appointment is 20 minutes.  Longer appointments are usually 30 minutes (new patients or consults with a number of issues to discuss/review).  Consultations may end up being longer or shorter depending on the circumstances.

Medicare (MBS) rebates apply for eligible MBS card holders.   Rebates vary depending on the time and are usually set at < 6 minutes, < 20 minutes, 20+ minute, and 40+ minute increments. Face-to-face, telephone, and video consultations may attract different MBS rebates. Please ask our reception team about current Medicare rebates.

Dr Campbell does NOT provide consultations that relate to WorkCover, or bill directly to Department of Veterans Affairs.

Standard Consultations

  • < 6 minutes: $58.00
  • < 20 minutes: $95.00-$115.00
  • 20 -29 minutes: $155.00-$175.00
  • 30+ minutes:  $30 increments of time per 5 min
  • Mental health plan $180 (or time based if 30 min or longer)
  • Mental health plan review $155 (or time if 25 min or longer)


  • IUD insertions: $300 + $30 treatment room fee
  • IUD removal:  As part of a time-based consultation
    (ie usually $155-$175). If complex, there may be a treatment room fee $30
  • IUD switch over: $300 + $30 treatment room fee
  • Implanon insertion: $200 + $15 treatment room fee
  • Implanon removal: $225 + $30 treatment room fee
  • Implanon switch over: $250 + $30 treatment room fee

Affordable Access to Care

To help patients financially, we can schedule Management Plans, Team Care Arrangements, and Annual Health Assessments, which will attract a reduced out-of-pocket cost:

  • GP Management Plans (Item 721) and Team Care Arrangements (Item 723) are recommended every 12 months and will be Bulk Billed if you are eligible for these Medicare items.
  • Reviews of GP Management Plans (Item 732) and Team Care Arrangements (Item 732) are recommended every 6 months and will have a fixed $50 out-of-pocket cost if scheduled in advance.
  • Over 75 Health assessments (Item 705 or 707) are recommended every 12 months and will be bulk billed if you are eligible for these Medicare items.

Concession card holders such as Commonwealth Senior Health Card holders (over 67) may be eligible for the extended Medicare safety net once their out-of-pocket expenses reach $770.30. Once this threshold is reached, Medicare will usually reimburse 80% of the gap up to a gap limit of $93.20 for the remainder of the calendar year. For further information see health.gov.au/topics/medicare/about/safety-nets

Eligibility details for Commonwealth Seniors Health Card can be found here.

To meet the Commonwealth Seniors Health Card income test (there is no assets test), you must earn less than the following:

  • $90,000 a year if you’re single.
  • $144,000 a year for couples.
  • $180,000 a year for couples separated by illness, respite care or prison.

If you’re part of a family or couple, you can register for the Medicare Safety Net as a family to combine your costs. This means you’re more likely to reach the thresholds sooner. Even if all family members are on the same Medicare card, you’ll still need to register. You only need to register once.

You can register or tell us about a change in your family situation by either:

Online appointment bookings with me can be made under the Women’s Health section by clicking here.

Merry Christmas

Our Updated Holiday Hours

We are closed from Saturday 24th – 27th December 2022

28-30th December 2022: Open for on the day appointments from 9am until 1pm
Saturday 31st December 2022: Open 9am until 12pm
Monday 2nd January 2023: Closed

Open for usual hours from Tuesday 3rd January 2023.

For urgent care outside of our opening times, please
call the National Home Doctor Service on 13 74 25.
Thank you and happy holidays!