The Building Design

Tweed Health for Everyone Superclinic has been designed by Andrew Armstrong of Fulton Trotter Architects working with Melissa Reid of MRI Design. The building’s design draws on components of the Tweed Valley’s natural environment: the ocean, the river, the mountains, the rainforest and the sun. This is reflected in its appearance, the calming atmosphere created within and is very much a part of the overall philosophy of care being provided.

Water tanks, use of natural light, roof ventilators and detailed sunshading make the building far more ecologically sustainable than other buildings of this type.  An undercover drop off at the main entry, small quiet waiting areas throughout the building and views into landscaped courtyards are all elements that contribute to providing a comfortable place both to visit and work in.

Building Features

Our new architecturally designed 1500sqm single-storey building features:

  • 22 consulting rooms for GPs, nurses, dietitians, podiatrists, physiotherapists, speech pathologists, and psychologists
  • Two minor procedures rooms
  • A four-bed emergency room
  • Dentist
  • Optometrist
  • Pathology
  • Coffee shop
  • Conference facilities
  • Ground floor access
  • Free on-site car parking including space for motorcycles, bicycles, and gophers.

  • Building Tour