Sometimes a thorough assessment of your past and family history and lifestyle can uncover potential health issues.
Have you had your blood pressure checked?
Have you had your cholesterol and glucose levels checked?
Does cancer or heart disease run strongly in your family?
All Those Illnesses That We Catch
But why wait until you’re sick if you can keep healthy?
Workers' Compensation & Motor Vehicle Accidents
Get back to work as soon as possible.
Applications for ACROD (Disabled Parking) & Medic Alert Bracelets
“Having the snip” is a popular and permanent form of contraception.
Performed under local anaesthetic in the surgery, there are no hospital fees.
45-49 Health Checks for Those at Risk of a Chronic Illness
Chronic Disease Planning
Do you have arthritis? Emphysema/Asthma? a heart condition? Diabetes? Cancer? Stroke?
Do you see a range of health providers, such as Physio, Occupational Therapy, Podiatry?
Under Chronic Disease Planning (formerly EPC) you may be able to get more services or help with your services.
You may need to book an appointment with our Chronic Disease Nurse.
Skin Checks & Skin Surgery
You can have all your skin checked for worrying spots. Be prepared by dressing appropriately in clothes that clan be easily removed.
We have doctors skilled in identifying skin cancers and in treating skin cancers, including by minor surgery.
Bowel Cancer Screening
The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) invites eligible people starting at age 50 and continuing to age 74 (without symptoms) to screen for bowel cancer using a free, simple test at home.
Australia has one of the highest rates of bowel cancer in the world. Around one in 23 Australians will develop bowel cancer during their lifetime.
The NBCSP aims to continue to reduce deaths from bowel cancer through early detection of the disease.
If you miss out on a kit in the post, ask for a referral from your doctor. This simple test could save your life.
Breast Cancer Screening
BreastScreen WA provides FREE screening mammograms to Western Australian women 40 years or over with no breast symptoms every two years.
Prostate Cancer Screening
Prostate cancer is a killer of men. Discuss whether you should have the test. It could be as easy as a blood test.
“For men informed of the benefits and harms of screening who wish to undergo regular testing, offer PSA testing every two years from age 50 to age 69, and offer further investigation if the PSA is greater than 3.0 ng/mL.”
Monday: 8am – 5pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 8am – 8pm
Wednesday & Friday: 8am – 4pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed
Phone: (08) 9592 4999
Fax: (08) 9592 3681
Address: Cnr Grange Drive & Ennis Avenue, Cooloongup, W.A. 6168