Providing care from infancy to adolescence.
The National Immunisation Program aims to reduce diseases that can be prevented by vaccination. Vaccinations under the National Immunisation Program are free for all eligible people, beginning from the age of 2 months through to 16 years. If your child has missed any childhood or high school vaccinations or has come from overseas, our qualified immunisation nurses can organise a catch-up vaccination schedule an upload any overseas vaccinations to the Australian Immunisation Register. Vaccinations are administered by our experience immunisation endorsed nurses, who are highly skilled at minimising any stress and anxiety, as well as pain.
Developmental checks are recommended and performed during usually childhood vaccination appointments. At these appointments, our experienced nurses will check your child’s weight, height, and head circumference. Your GP will perform the relevant milestone checks and address any concerns you have. If you need further assistance with feeding, development or behavioural concerns, we have onsite team of experience Allied Health professionals to help you, including a midwife/lactation consultant, paediatric occupational therapists, speech therapist, dietician, psychologist, and a GP who specialises in children with developmental, behaviour and/or psychological challenges.
Sexual and Reproductive Health
Navigating puberty can be difficult. Our doctors are skilled at guiding adolescents and their parents through this period of enormous physical and psychological adjustment. From menstruation to dermatological changes, fluctuating hormones, questions about gender, safe sex and everything in between, your doctor can help you address the inherent challenges of puberty in a way that supports your health and wellbeing.