Cairnlea Superclinic Services
We cater to the health needs of all your family. Here are some of our main services.
The purpose of antenatal care is to improve the health and wellbeing of mum and baby and should begin before pregnancy. Our GPs provide support and guidance every steps of the way. The health of both mum and baby is monitored through regular examinations, screening tests and ultrasounds.
Immunisation protects children against a range of preventable and life-threatening diseases and infections. Some recommended vaccines are funded by the government. Routine immunisations for children under four include; chickenpox, hepatitis B, measles, meningococcal AWCY, mumps, polio, pneumococcal, rubella, tetanus and whooping cough.
If you have a chronic condition such as diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, arthritis, stroke, cancer and chronic pain, our GPs can help you manage and coordinate the ongoing care you receive from all your healthcare providers.
Priya Rawat is an accredited practicing dietitian. She consults at our clinic every 2nd Tuesday. Private and EPC patients accepted. Her services include; in-depth nutritional assessment and advice, chronic disease management, women’s health, diabetes management, GI disorders and food intolerances, bariatric surgery nutrition, eating disorders and paediatric nutrition.
As your life changes, your approach to looking after your diabetes will also need adjustment. You make many decisions every day which will affect your diabetes. These are often simple, everyday decisions such as when and what to eat, when to exercise, how often to monitor blood glucose levels and when to take diabetic medication.
You don’t have to do it alone, we can assist you to learn more about diabetes, decide on a course of action and develop a diabetes self-management plan to suit your lifestyle and circumstances.
Our doctors’ complete drivers’ medicals for VicRoads, taxi medicals and heavy vehicle licenses. These medicals are not bulk billed and need to be paid at the time of visit. It is the patients’ responsibility to bring the correct paperwork that needs to be completed to the appointment.
Our clinic offers a range of bulk-billed health assessments.
- Health assessment for people aged 45-49 years who are at risk of developing chronic disease
- Type 2 diabetes risk evaluation for people aged 40-49 years with a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes as determined by the Australian Type 2 Diabetes Risk Assessment Tool
- Health assessment for people aged 75 years and older
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children who are less than 15 years old
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults who are aged 15 years and over but under the age of 55 years
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander older people who are aged 55 years and over.
Employers may require health screening. Our GPs provide pre-employment health assessments including hearing, vision and fitness tests. Blood and urine tests can also be arranged.
The goal of a DMMR is to maximise an individual patient’s benefit from their medication regimen and prevent medication-related problems through a team approach, involving the patient’s GP and preferred community pharmacy. It may also involve other relevant members of the health care team; such as nurses in community practice or carers.
This may only be initiated by a patient’s GP after assessing the patient’s need for the service.
If you are having difficulties with your mental health that are impacting your day to day life, make an appointment to see your GP and if appropriate they can help facilitate your care with a Mental Health Treatment Plan. This involves a collaborative plan with your GP regarding the best way to manage your mental health.
Our doctors do a range of minor procedures such as wedge resections, diagnostic biopsy of skin, removal of foreign body and wound repairs.
Our GPs have additional training and experience to assess, diagnose and treat skin cancers. We use special equipment including dermatoscopes and photographic monitoring of skin lesions to assess your skin. We can sometimes treat pre-cancerous lesions and early skin cancers with non-surgical treatments. The surgical services we provide include biopsies, excisions, cryotherapy and curettage of superficial skin lesions. When necessary, our GPs will also perform skin flaps and grafts.