We aim to provide comprehensive and long term health care for you and your family. The services include routine check-ups, preventative health assessments and immunisations in accordance with the National Immunisation Program Schedule.
The nursing department administers thousands of vaccines to our local community each year as part of the government funded National Immunisation Program (NIP). The immunisations range from birth through to adulthood.
More information regarding the NIP schedule can be found at:
We understand how hard it can be to find a healthcare professional you can trust, particularly during the time of your pregnancy. Your friendly and caring GPs can provide you with the tailored care you need to ensure that you have a smooth pregnancy.
Antenatal shared care is a wonderful way to build a relationship and trust with your GP, and a popular option of care for healthy women with a low-risk pregnancy. It allows you to see your preferred GP for most of your pregnancy visits with some visits at the hospital.
Speak with your doctor today
- Dr Adam Mir is a registered antenatal share care provider in Sydney
- Dr Aye Su Mon has a special interest in Antenatal care
Bowel cancer is the second biggest cause of cancer deaths in Australia, and will affect 1 in 14 people by the time they reach 85. While it affects people of different ages, those aged between 50 and 74 are at a higher risk. The condition affects both men and women.
Several lifestyle factors and other factors that can’t be changed may also increase your chances of bowel cancer.
See your doctor or healthcare professional if you have blood in your stool, unexplained changes in your bowel habits, tiredness, abdominal pain or any other symptoms that may indicate bowel cancer.
Since bowel cancer can develop with few signs early on, you should also speak with your doctor if you know of any pre-existing risk factors, or if you are concerned about getting it later in life.
The bowel cancer screening test, known as an immunochemical Faecal Occult Blood Test (iFOBT), is a simple test that you do at home before sending samples to a pathology laboratory for analysis.
For more information visit https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/bowel-cancer
Did you know that Osteoporosis can occur at any age with a range of risk factors at play?
Castle Hill Medical Centre can build a treatment profile around medication, diet and exercise to help assist with maintaining and improving your bone health.
During your check-up, your GP will discuss your risk factors and possibly refer you for a Bone Density Scan, discuss your ideal nutrition and exercise options, and have your bloods tested if you haven’t had them done in a while.
Please note: If you are over the age of 70 and never had a bone density test, you should speak with your GP. The test will only take approximately 15 to 20 minutes at an Imaging Centre.