We are a mixed billing practice. For more information on our fees, please phone our rooms.
We are your first point of contact for non-emergency general health problems such as illnesses or injuries that cannot be treated by over-the-counter medication.
We can advise and prescribe options for contraception and birth control for both women and men.The choice of a particular method of contraceptive will depend on your age, your medical conditions and whether you plan on having children in the future.
If you suspect you could be pregnant, you can see us for a pregnancy test. We may perform a pregnancy test on your blood or urine.
The Cervical Screening Test replaced the Pap test in December, 2017. People aged 25 to 74 years are eligible to participate in the National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP). The cervical screening test protects up to 30 per cent more women than the Pap test.
Even if your pregnancy is going well and you’re feeling well, it’s important for you to attend appointments so that any potential risks can be identified and prevented, or reduced.
A Heart Health Check is a Medicare covered checkup. It helps you to understand your risk factors for heart disease and estimate how likely you are to have a heart attack or stroke in the next five years.
An Electrocardiogram (ECG) records the electrical activity in your heart. This gives information about heart rate and rhythm and can help diagnose the presence of conditions affecting the heart.
Spirometry is used to diagnose asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other conditions that affect breathing. It assesses how much air you inhale, exhale and how quickly you exhale.
We offer the full range of vaccines required by The National Immunisation Program (NIP) Schedule. Vaccines protect children while their immune systems are still developing, and prevents them from getting serious diseases.
An INR test measures the time for your blood to clot. It is used to monitor blood-thinning medicines, which are also known as anticoagulants. The INR, or international normalised ratio, can also be used to check if you have a blood clotting problem.
If you are planning travel outside Australia, you may get sick from a number of diseases that are preventable by vaccination. Please see us well before your trip to allow your body to develop full immunity after your dose/s.
We offer diagnosis, assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, including workplace and overuse injuries.
This involves guidance after surgery or an injury to help you achieve and maintain an optimal level of performance and improved quality of life.
Including women specific issues such as hormonal and/or menstruation problems, breast and vaginal issues, bladder leakage, ovarian and endometrial issues, menopause. You can request a female GP.
Including male specific issues such as prostate problems, premature ejaculation (PE) and erectile dysfunction (ED). You may request a male GP.
Performed in the room, corticosteroids are powerful anti-inflammatory medications that are used in the treatment of inflamed muscles, joints, tendons, and bursa.
In this procedure, the wax is directly visualised under a microscope as it is being removed and no water is involved. It is quicker and more precise than flushing, and has a lower risk of infection and a lower risk of damaging the ear drum, middle ear and inner ear structures.
Iron infusions are available in our clinic. They are an option for iron deficiency patients for whom oral tablets are not effective or have undesirable side effects. The infusion itself takes about 15 minutes and you need to stay to be monitored for about half an hour after the procedure.
To assist our patients we have arranged on site pathology collection via Medlab. For our patients with other health needs there are a number of local allied services in the area, including pharmacies, dentists, radiologists and psychologists.
As a private billing practice, we strive to provide the highest quality services for our patients. For information about our fees, feel free to ask our friendly reception staff or your treating doctor.