2023 QSA Annual General Meeting Notice

The 2023 QLD Stoma Association Ltd Annual General Meeting will be held at 2pm on Saturday, 23rd September 2023 at Unit 1/10 Valente Close Chermside. All members are welcome to attend the meeting and to join the QSA Board for light refreshments following the meeting.

To view the draft meeting agenda, and to access other meeting forms, please see our 2023 AGM page

Ostomate Information Day 

QSA are hosting an Ostomate Information Day on Saturday 7th October, 2023 at the Albany Creek Community Centre. All members and carers are welcome to come along to hear guest speakers talk about a range of ostomy related topics such as hernia prevention and skin care, support for our youngest patients, and tips and tricks for managing your stoma from an Ostomates perspective. For more information see the QSA Ostomate Information Day 2023 Flyer.

Stomal Therapy Advisory Service

Our onsite Stomal Therapist is available for face to face or telephone consultations on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month.  For more information or to make a booking, contact the QSA on 07 3359 7570

Benefits of Membership

Products, information, and peer support.

These are just a few ways we strive to guide you on your way to living well with an ostomy.

Place your order online

Placing your SAS order online is easy once you have an online portal account! Register for your portal account now!  For information about how to place a portal order, portal instructional videos and other frequently asked questions, see here

Established in 1960, Queensland Stoma Association Ltd (QSA)  is a not for profit self-help organisation providing support, assistance and information to people living with a “stoma”, also called an ileostomy, colostomy or urostomy. People who have had this type of surgery are known as “ostomates”. One of our main activities is to assist our ostomate members to access the essential ostomy products they need to manage their condition, through the Commonwealth government’s Stoma Appliance Scheme (SAS).

QSA is governed by a Board of Directors elected from and by members, and relies on a small team of employees supported by a large group of valuable volunteers to carry out its work. Most of our team either live with a stoma themselves or have a close family member who lives with a stoma. We are therefore fundamentally aware of how essential the products provided through the SAS are to our members, and how important it is to be supported in a caring and sensitive but also professional way.

To find out how to become a member of QSA, see our Becoming a member page. For information about placing an order for SAS products, please see our “Placing an order” page. For our contact information or to view our business hours, please visit our “Contact Us” page.

We encourage all members to visit our site to find out more information about assistance available through the Stoma Appliance Scheme and living well with a stoma.

Queensland Stoma Association Ltd is a member of the Australian Council of Stoma Associations Inc.