Personalised Healthcare

Women’s Health

  • Assessment and management of abnormal menstrual cycles
  • Mental health support and management
  • Breast cancer and disease screening
  • Cervical screening (Pap test)
  • Family planning
  • Post-natal depression and menopausal symptom management
  • Osteoporosis screening
  • Rheumatoid and inflammatory arthritis assessment
  • Weight and diabetes control
  • Implanon insertion removal

Infant and Child Health

  • Ear, nose and throat disorders assessment and treatment

  • Feeding difficulty review

  • Provision of scheduled immunisations

  • Skin disorders

Elderly Health

  • Bowel cancer screening

  • Dementia assessment

  • Hearing assessment – Free for 65 years old & over

  • Heart, lung and kidney disease assessment

  • Joint and back disorders

  • Nerve disorder e.g. neuropathy from stroke

Men’s Health

  • Alcohol and smoking dependency
  • Mental health support
  • Back and joint pain evaluation and management
  • Bowel cancer and disease screening
  • Heart disease and high cholesterol treatment
  • Prostate disease and cancer screening
  • Stroke prevention

Adolescent Health

  • Allergies affecting sinuses, bowel and skin
  • Asthma assessment and control
  • Muscle and joint disorders
  • Obesity management
  • Skin disorders e.g. severe acne and eczema


  • Adult immunisation
  • Childhood immunisation
  • Flu vaccination
  • Travel vaccination
  • Workplace vaccination
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Iron Infusion

What is iron?

Iron is an essential nutrient for your body. It is an important part of haemoglobin, the red pigment which gives blood its colour and which carries oxygen around your body. You need iron so your body can make new haemoglobin and red blood cells to carry the oxygen that your body requires.

Iron Deficiency

If you do not have enough iron, your body can not make enough healthy oxygen-carrying red blood cells. Low iron or haemoglobin may leave us feeling unusually tired and affects our ability to concentrate and function properly. When the amount of iron in the body gets too low, the haemoglobin levels fall below normal. This is known as ‘iron deficiency anaemia’ (IDA).

Symptoms of Iron Deficiency

  • Fatigue/tiredness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Increased or irregular heart beat
  • Dizziness and light-headedness
  • Pale skin colour
  • Brittle nails


Why Iron Infusion?

Administered into your vein in the back of your hand or arm, Intravenous (IV) iron is the fastest way of replenishing your iron stores compared to oral iron supplements.

How long does Iron Infusion take?

The iron infusion can usually be completed within 20 to 30 minutes. After the infusion you will need to stay in the clinic for 15 to 20 minutes to make sure you do not have a reaction to it.