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We are here to support your most precious young family members. There are many reasons your child may need to visit a GP: viruses, skin ailments, diet and growth concerns, immunisations, fevers, infections, chronic illnesses, injuries and more. Our gentle practitioners are skilled at handling these issues as swiftly and thoroughly as possible for the benefit of the child and caregiver. Years of expertise in child health inform our GPs to ask the right questions and reach a diagnosis or solution as needed.
What to expect...
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Will Jenkins : Dietitian
Dietitian | Nutritionist | Sport and Fitness Nutritionist | Weight Loss and Weight Management dietitian | Nutritionist for people with Chronic Disease |
Dr. Ghazal Monshipouri
Female General Practitioner | Special interest in Women's and Children’s health, Mental health, Skin Cancer medicine and Cosmetics.
Dr. Reza Sabry GP
Male Practitioner | General Practitioner | After-hours urgent Care | Men's and Mental Health | Child Health | Immunisation
Frequently asked questions...
Yes. It is our pleasure to provide ongoing family health care for children and adults. There is value in building a rapport with a GP or GPs at one practice, as this allows continuous care and insight into the individual’s medical history. It is also helpful for parents or caregivers to see a familiar face during stressful moments when their child requires medical care.
Yes. We are registered to administer prescribed vaccines to our community. For children, you may contact our office to pre-book any of the scheduled immunizations, as well as elective vaccines.
At Family Health Clinic’s we are comfortable to see children from new-born age onwards. We are able to administer prescribed vaccines through the immunization program in our clinic as well as treat children from 0 through to adolescent and early adulthood for all general medical issues. When needed, we will refer the child to a suitable specialist.
We recommend that for infants under 6 weeks old, if there are any severe breathing difficulties or other serious concerns, you attend the nearest emergency hospital.
Yes, indeed. Children’s general medicine is a major part of Family Health Clinic’s day-to-day practice. Our GPs are not only qualified to treat children, they are also gentle, calm and friendly.
Children’s bodies are often susceptible to many ‘first times’. First viruses, first injuries, first infections, skin problems and more. As a family GP, our children’s services are vast. We are the first point of contact for medical issues or concerns and are experienced in diagnosis, treatment and referrals if needed. Ensuring that the child’s caregiver is clear about the plan at the end of the consultation is our aim.