Men’s Health

Prostate Cancer

It is recommended that men aged 50 and over with no family history of prostate cancer, and men at 40 with a family history, should have a prostate check performed by their doctors on an annual basis. This is done in the form of a Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) blood test.

During your next visit, feel free to ask your doctor about when you had your last prostate check. Your doctor will inform you about whether or not you require further testing.


Full Employment Medicals

These consultations require a longer appointment time and there is no medicare rebate.

Please inform our staff when making an appointment for a medical employment so that the appropriate time can be given and information about fees discussed with you.