Patient Information

Pituitary Specialist Administrative team at Pituitary Specialist Centre in Brisbane stand together smiling for the camera inside the medical clinic

Our practice nurses and admin staff work together to support your needs to ensure your recovery is managed with care and compassion. At the Pituitary Specialist Clinic, you will be treated as a person, not a diagnosis. We will help you with every aspect of your management, from booking specialist appointments, radiology, accommodation, arranging your surgery, education and follow up.

Attentive receptionists at Pituitary Specialist team greet Pituitary Tumour patients with a warm and welcoming smile

Before your visit we will send you an appointment letter with our contact details, address and an outline of the consultation fee. You will receive an SMS confirmation reminder a few days prior to your appointment.

On the day of your appointment, you will need to bring:

  • Your referral letter
  • Your completed health history questionnaire
  • Any relevant scans or xrays

It is often a good idea to write down any questions you might want to ask your specialist. We welcome the attendance of support person (or more!)  If you have any concerns before your appointment, please give us a call, we are here to help you.

Dr Robert Campbell and Dr Jason Papacostas provide a follup-up telemedicine consultation with a remote patient via video

Rural and interstate patients may opt for a telemedicine appointment.  This can be conducted at home or with your General Practitioner.  We are happy to make arrangements with your GP practice. 

Suite 1, Level 3 Salmon Building
Cnr Raymond Terrace and Stanley Street,
South Brisbane QLD 4101

Postal Address:
Suite 1, Level 3 Salmon Building
537 Stanley Street
South Brisbane QLD 4101

Public Transport

BCNC is a short walk across Stanley Street from the Mater Hill busway station. The busway is serviced frequently from both the city and suburbs and is the most convenient way to access BCNC. The South Brisbane railway station is also an approximate 10-minute walk from BCNC.

For public transport information, timetables and maps visit

There are three multi-storey car parks on the South Brisbane campus—Hancock Street Car Park, Mater Hill Car Park and Mater Medical Centre Car Park. These car parks are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and all proceeds from Mater’s car parks support Mater patient care and medical research.

We are committed to ensuring our services are accessible to those requiring our assistance. There is a drop-off zone located in front of the Salmon Building on Stanley Street for patients. Parking in the drop-off zone is subject to availability.

More information about parking visit