Whether you are keen to get things sorted or just want to discuss your options in a non-judgmental, confidential setting, our doctors are qualified to help. Have your concerns addressed in a relaxed and comfortable setting.
A few examples of matters we can help with include:
From social anxiety to post-natal and high-functioning depression; our caring staff appreciates the sensitivity around seeking help and Baylife Medical has set up a system to give you minimum social interaction. Book your appointment online and get started on the paperwork even before you arrive. Once at the clinic you can bypass reception and find a comfy seat in the waiting room and let us know you are here, by “checking in” on your phone. Then all you need to do is wait for one of our experienced doctors to come and find you. Once in one of our calm and serene consult rooms; your concerns will be gently discussed and a plan formulated. To help ease the process we can even arrange for certain medication to be picked up on-site.
A welcoming and warm environment to offload your daily stressors while also having your basic healthcare needs met. Come in for a supportive conversation with our experienced staff and tell us what’s been on your mind and clear up some of those doubts in a calm and caring, non-rushed consultation. Let us check your blood pressure and assess your health risks while also discussing safety and preventative measures. Put your mind at ease and allow us to do the worrying on your behalf.
Concerns addressed may include:
Memory Loss, Empty Nest Syndrome, Insomnia, Feeling blue, lonely or overwhelmed, Polypharmacy (Taking lots of different tablets), Falls Risks, Accessing home services, Generalised aches and pains, Cancer screening.
Going through the pre-teen and early teen years is always a turbulent stage. Our approach to educating young people is to have open dialogue and establishing a relationship with a health professional early in their lives. This provides young adults with a safe space for them to come back and ask questions and share their worries in a confidential and supportive environment. Topics that may be addressed are listed below, but we also encourage the individuals to take the lead and steer the conversation.
Lifestyle Habits. Physical Health. Body positivity. Vaping and Substance use. Cyber Bullying. Peer Pressure. Sex and Reproduction. Relationships and Consent. Contraception and Safe Sex. Mental Health (Mindfulness and Resilience)
Resources provided. Follow-up emails or phone calls (via telehealth) as an option. Consent from the guardian may be required. Give us a call to check how we can customise the session.
This session is specific for new carers. Whether you are a mother, father, foster parent, or any other primary carer; being responsible for a new family member can be a tumultuous time in your life. We understand that it is not easy adjusting to change while juggling baby wellbeing, feeding, immunisation appointments, unsolicited advice from strangers, the list goes on. We understand that adjusting to change is never easy. Let us help you adjust priorities and help reassure you while addressing your own personal concerns. We can help you navigate through this period while also linking you to the existing support network that exists locally.
If there’s something you are looking for that we have not listed, please contact us to ask directly as this list is always evolving. We are also open to new suggestions on ways to look after our community, so feel free to share your ideas!
Non-urgent appointments can be made after 5 pm during the week, or during weekend hours to cater to those with a busy schedule.
These need to be arranged directly with our reception staff via phone or email.
Payment method is discussed prior (payment will not be processed until after the session).
A cancellation fee may apply if under 4 hours notice is not given.