Medical Services For The Whole Family

The Family Practice Medical Centres has focused on drawing talented, accredited medical practitioners together and enabling them to connect patients. At each medical centre you will find a range of services and facilities available, with an emphasis on access, affordability and convenience. Our staff all work collaboratively with the Doctors and allied health providers, to deliver the best possible Family Practice experience for each patient and the local community.

Below are some of the services you can expect at a Family Practice Medical Centre. To view the services at your nearest Family Practice Medical Centre, explore our locations and visit our practice profile pages.
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Child Health
Child health services are available at every Family Practice Medical Centre. Some of the GPs even have experience in the field of Paediatrics. To help you choose the right doctor for your child, read the Doctor Bios on the practice profile page of your nearest medical centre. General Child Health services cover:
  • Growth and Development,
  • Childhood Immunisations,
  • Managing Stress & Anxiety, and
  • Sexual Education.
Child Health Information
Adult Health
Balancing work, life and your health can be tough. Fortunately, getting your GP on board is easy. Your health practitioner can help you with more than just coughs and colds. Speak to your GP to find out how they can help you reach your health goals.
General Adult Health Services Cover:
  • Men and women’s health,
  • Reproductive health,
  • Pregnancy & maternity care,
  • Managing chronic illness,
  • Diet & lifestyle assistance,
  • Managing stress & anxiety.

Various medical screening services are also available for the detection of chronic conditions.

Adult Health Information
Family Planning
If you are looking to start a family, expand your family, or hold off on that entirely, speak to your doctor or nurse practitioner. They can provide information, advice and if needed, testing. Shared maternity care and postnatal medical support is also available to help you from pregnancy through to birth and beyond. Family planning services include:
  • Short & long term contraception,
  • Family planning/fertility advice,
  • Fertility & pregnancy testing,
  • Antenatal & shared pregnancy care,
  • Postnatal care & health checks.
Family Planning Information
General Health
  • Wound repairs and care,
  • Minor burns treatment,
  • Injury management,
  • Medical eye wash,
  • Ear syringing,
  • Minor surgical procedures
  • Prescriptions
Skin Cancer Screening
Skin Cancer Checks are an important way to help identify skin cancer early. A basic check can be performed by yourself or a loved one. However, if you have trouble checking hard to see areas or you have concerns about a mole or spot that you have noticed changing, see your doctor. They can help with:
  • Full skin checks,
  • Mole monitoring,
  • Mole removal,
  • Skin tag removal.
Skin Screening
Travel Medicine
Travel can be exciting. But there is nothing worse than getting sick on holiday. So speak to your GP before you head off. They can provide you with useful information to help keep you healthy overseas.
Your doctor can provide:
  • Travel advice,
  • Travel vaccinations,
  • Medication certificates,
Occupational Health
Each Family Practice Medical Centre has a range of occupational health services available. From routine medicals to return-to-work planning and assessments, there are a number of ways ensure your employees up to the tasks you set. Medicals can be tailored to suit any business and budget.
  • Spirometry (Lung Function Test),
  • Audiometry (Hearing Test),
  • ECG (Heart Monitoring),
  • Drug & alcohol testing,
  • Recreational medicals
  • Employment & return to work medicals
Allied Health Services
We accommodate a number of different allied health professionals, to help ensure you have access to the health services you need. These complimenting providers allow us to deliver a comprehensive range healthcare options for individuals, families and the local community. Service availability does vary from practice to practice, but can include:
  • Pathology
  • Radiology (X-ray)
  • Psychology (mental health services)
  • Diabetic Education
  • Dietetics/Nutrition
  • Physiotherapy
  • Podiatry
  • Optometry
  • Sexual Health (Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing)

Learn more about the Allied Health Providers available and how they can help you.

Available Providers