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We now have a dietitian on-site

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Latest News

    • 30 APR 14
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    Why childhood immunisations are so important

    We are here to educate and support parents on making their decision to immunise their children – here are five good reasons why childhood immunisations are so important! Immunisations can save your child’s life – due to advances in medical science, your child can be protected against more disease than ever before! Vaccination is safe

    • 21 MAY 14
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    We now offer skin checks and dermatology

    Did you know?? Australia and New Zealand have the highest incidence of skin cancer in the world.  2 in 3 Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of 70.  Skin cancers account for around 80% of all newly diagnosed cancers. More than 90% of skin cancers are caused by exposure to the sun.

    • 03 MAR 15
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    Update: Frozen berries associated with Hepatitis A

    The Deputy Chief Health Officer has updated the alert of frozen berries associated with Hepatitis A (24 February). The update reflects increased case numbers and further guidance for health professionals. The consumption of Nanna’s Fresh Frozen Mixed Berry 1kg packet has been linked with hepatitis A infection in 18 cases Australia wide with three confirmed

    • 02 JUL 15
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    Skin Cancer

    Anyone can get skin cancer. It’s more common among people with fair skin. Skin cancer can affect both men and women. Most Australians are treated with skin cancer at some time in their life The three most common type of skin cancers are: Basal cell cancer: most common. Grow locally. May bleed or itch. Squamous

  • Pathology

    Healthscope Pathology has a collection centre at the Clinic which is open between 8am and 1pm. Further information on the services Healthscope Pathology provides can be found through their website.

  • Physiotherapy

    Back In Motion physiotherapists consult with our patients here at Aspendale Clinic, appointments can be booked by calling Back In Motion Aspendale Gardens directly on 9580 1985. Further information on the services provided can be found on their website.

  • Teaching / Student doctors

    The Aspendale Clinic is a registered teaching Clinic and regularly has Australian and overseas student Doctors observing consultations. If a student Doctor is observing consultations on the day of your appointment, you will be asked if you give your consent for the student Doctor to be in the consultation room along with your regular Doctor. However, please note that it is within your rights to not give your permission and if so, the student Doctors will not sit in on your consultation with the Doctor.

  • Dietitian

    Aspendale Clinic now offers dietetic services on-site with our dietician Dalija Jovanovic. Appointments can be booked through our reception staff by calling 9580 1200. For more information, please see the ‘Meet our team’ section of our website.

  • Feedback

    We welcome feedback from patients. This can be anonymous if preferred. As part of our accreditation process, we have a patient survey which asks for patients’ opinions on various matters dealing with the practice. You are encouraged to fill in the survey to help us see what improvements can be made.

    If you have any suggestions to improve this Clinic’s range of services, we would like to hear from you.