Medical Services

Preventative Health & Health Assessments

We are an accredited Yellow Fever vaccine provider. You will need to see our accredited doctor Dr Karen Langston for administration of this vaccine. The yellow fever vaccine will attract an out of pocket cost of $105 to cover the cost of the vaccine.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Overseas Students & Refugee Health

Overseas Students & Refugee Health refers to healthcare services and programs specifically designed to address the health needs of international students and refugees resettling in a new country. These populations often face unique challenges related to access to healthcare, cultural differences, language barriers, and past trauma or experiences.

Key aspects of Overseas Students & Refugee Health include:

  1. Access to healthcare: Ensuring that overseas students and refugees have access to affordable and culturally sensitive healthcare services, including primary care, preventive care, mental health services, and specialized care when needed.
  2. Health screenings and assessments: Conducting comprehensive health screenings and assessments upon arrival to identify any pre-existing health conditions, infectious diseases, or health concerns that may require treatment or follow-up care.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Men’s Health

Men’s Health focuses on the specific health needs and concerns of men throughout their lifespan. It encompasses various aspects of physical, mental, and emotional well-being tailored to address the unique biology, lifestyle factors, and health risks that men may face. Key components of Men’s Health include:

  1. Preventive Care: Regular health screenings, including blood pressure checks, cholesterol tests, and screenings for prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and colorectal cancer, are crucial for early detection and prevention of diseases.
  2. Reproductive Health: Men’s Health includes issues related to sexual health, fertility, erectile dysfunction, and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Education about contraception, family planning, and safe sexual practices may also be provided.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Women’s Health

Women’s Health refers to the branch of medicine and healthcare services dedicated to addressing the unique health needs and concerns of women throughout their lifespan. It encompasses a wide range of medical conditions, reproductive health issues, preventive care, and wellness promotion specific to female anatomy, physiology, and life experiences.

Key aspects of Women’s Health include:

  1. Reproductive Health: This includes menstrual health, contraception, fertility, pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause-related issues.
  2. Gynecological Care: Routine screenings such as Pap smears, pelvic exams, and breast exams are essential for early detection of gynecological conditions like cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, and breast cancer. Additionally, management of conditions such as menstrual disorders, pelvic pain, endometriosis, and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) falls under gynecological care.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Allied Health Specialists

Allied Health Specialists are healthcare professionals who work collaboratively with other healthcare providers to deliver specialized therapeutic, diagnostic, and support services to patients. Unlike physicians and nurses, allied health specialists typically focus on specific areas of expertise within the healthcare field.

Some common types of allied health specialists include:

  1. Physical therapists: They specialize in treating patients with musculoskeletal injuries, neurological conditions, and mobility impairments through exercise therapy, manual techniques, and other modalities.
  2. Occupational therapists: They help patients regain independence in daily activities (such as self-care, work, and leisure) after injury, illness, or disability by teaching adaptive techniques and providing assistive devices.
  3. Speech-language pathologists: They assess and treat communication disorders, speech impediments, swallowing difficulties, and cognitive-communication disorders in patients of all ages.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Mental Health

Mental health refers to the state of psychological and emotional well-being, encompassing factors such as thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It influences how individuals cope with stress, interact with others, and make decisions. Good mental health contributes to a sense of fulfillment, resilience, and ability to navigate life’s challenges effectively.

Conversely, mental health disorders or illnesses can disrupt thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, leading to distress and impairing daily functioning. Common mental health disorders include anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), among others.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Telehealth

Telehealth refers to the use of technology, such as computers, smartphones, and other digital devices, to deliver healthcare services remotely. It encompasses a wide range of healthcare services, including medical consultations, diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, education, and support, provided through virtual communication platforms and telecommunication technologies.

Key aspects of telehealth include:

  1. Remote consultations: Healthcare providers can conduct virtual appointments with patients through video calls, telephone calls, or secure messaging platforms, allowing for real-time interaction and communication.
  2. Remote monitoring: Patients can use wearable devices, sensors, or mobile apps to track and transmit health data, such as vital signs, blood glucose levels, or medication adherence, to healthcare providers for remote monitoring and management.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Indigenous Health

Indigenous health refers to the health and well-being of Indigenous or Aboriginal populations, including communities, tribes, and nations, who are native to a particular region or country. Indigenous health encompasses physical, mental, emotional, social, and cultural dimensions and is influenced by a variety of factors, including historical trauma, colonization, socio-economic disparities, cultural identity, and access to healthcare services.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Skin Checks

Skin checks involve the examination of the skin by a healthcare professional to assess for any abnormalities, lesions, or changes that may indicate skin conditions, including skin cancer. During a skin check, the healthcare provider visually inspects the skin, paying close attention to moles, freckles, birthmarks, and any new or changing lesions. They may also use a dermatoscope, a handheld device with magnification and light, to examine the skin more closely.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Minor Surgery

Minor surgery refers to surgical procedures that are relatively simple, non-invasive, and typically performed on an outpatient basis with local anesthesia. These procedures are commonly used to diagnose, treat, or remove small lesions, growths, or abnormalities, often in a clinic or office setting.

Examples of minor surgeries include:

  1. Skin biopsy: Removal of a small sample of skin tissue for diagnostic purposes, such as to investigate a suspicious mole or lesion.
  2. Excision of skin lesions: Removal of benign or potentially harmful skin growths, such as moles, cysts, lipomas, or warts.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Chronic Disease Management

Preventative health and health assessments involve proactive measures aimed at maintaining and promoting overall well-being, as well as identifying and addressing potential health risks or concerns before they become serious issues. These assessments typically encompass a range of screenings, evaluations, and interventions designed to optimize health outcomes and prevent disease.

Key components of preventative health and health assessments include:

  1. Health screenings: Regular screenings for conditions such as hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, cancer (e.g., breast, cervical, colorectal), and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) help detect health problems early, when they are most treatable.
  2. Immunizations: Vaccinations protect against infectious diseases and help prevent outbreaks by promoting immunity against specific pathogens.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal

Immunisations

Immunizations, also known as vaccinations or inoculations, are medical interventions that stimulate the immune system to produce immunity to specific diseases, protecting individuals from infectious pathogens and their associated illnesses. Immunizations work by introducing weakened or inactive forms of a disease-causing agent (such as viruses or bacteria) or their parts (such as proteins or sugars) into the body, triggering an immune response that results in the production of antibodies and memory cells.

Doctors At This Practice Offering This Service

Dr Divya Krishna

Dr Kashif Murtaza

Dr Gurpinder Chahal