We understand that comfort and privacy are essential for the modern woman therefore we have created dedicated One Stop Women’s Services to deliver our range of multidisciplinary services in a discreet and private environment.
Referrals, appointments, tests, more appointments, diagnosis, treatment... The journey to recovery can be a worrying waiting game, but not anymore.
Our exclusive One Stop Women’s Services offer the best in technology and the best in medical expertise to make sure everything can be done in hours, rather than weeks. From pre-pregnancy care to childbearing and post-menopausal care, there is a solution for all health concerns a woman experiences during these stages in life.
We offer a wide range of Gynaecology Services including cancer screening, fertility treatment, vaccinations, Pap smear, family planning, cautery, colposcopy, laparoscopic surgeries, management and diagnosis of gynaecological disorders, endometriosis and menopause.
Specialised services include, but not limited to:
Many women undergo female cosmetic gynaecological treatment, for various relevant and personal reasons. Cosmetic Gynaecology can help to restore a woman’s self-esteem and confidence or assist in rejuvenation of her femininity. Treatment improves stress urinary incontinence and urogenital atrophy that commonly occurs post menopause, surgery and multiple child births.
If you've been asking, "Is it hot in here or is it me?" you've come to the right place. The months and years leading up to and following menopause can be bewildering at best, overwhelming at times. You've got questions. We’ve got answers.
Have you been having a hard time getting pregnant? Trouble conceiving can be stressful on both you and your relationship—and the options can be confusing. Learn more about coping with infertility and the many reproductive technologies and specialists available to help. Get the information and support you need to make educated decisions.
Fertility Packages include:
No matter your age, the health of your reproductive and urinary organs—your pelvic organs—is important. If something goes wrong "down there," it affects your overall health and quality of life. Get answers to all of your most pressing questions and put an end to embarrassing symptoms.
Getting the human papillomavirus (HPV) doesn’t have to be a devastating diagnosis. Most HPV infections go away on their own, but sometimes infections linger and can cause cervical cancer. This preventable cancer can be detected early through both HPV and Pap smear tests. The HPV test in combination with the Pap smear test is better at identifying women at risk for developing cervical cancer than the Pap smear test alone.
Cervical Cancer Screening includes:
Family planning and birth control allows individuals and couples to anticipate and attain their desired number of children and the spacing and timing of their births. It is achieved through use of contraceptive methods and the treatment of involuntary infertility. A woman’s ability to space and limit her pregnancies has a direct impact on her health and well-being as well as on the outcome of each pregnancy.
Gynaecological laparoscopic surgery can be used for diagnosis and treatment of various gynaecological conditions. Whether linked to fibroids, chronic pain, or heavy bleeding, some conditions can only be resolved through surgery. It is the last resort, but the good news is that laparoscopic surgery has many advances over open surgical procedures such as smaller incisions, virtually no scars and accelerated healing time.
Osteoporosis is a silent disease in which bones become fragile and more likely to break. It occurs due to mineral deficiency, particularly calcium, in your bones and can lead to disabling bone fractures. It can be the cause of back pain and should be diagnosed before compression fractures occur.
Falling pregnant is the start of an incredible journey. It is very important to see an Obstetrician throughout your pregnancy to monitor your health and the health of your unborn baby. From conception to delivery to post-natal care, we are here to assist you every step of the way.
Specialised services include, but not limited to:
For most women, pregnancy is a straightforward, happy and healthy time. Having regular antenatal check-ups is an important part of staying healthy and making sure your baby is healthy.
Regular checks during your pregnancy can assist in identifying and reducing risks to either you or your baby. Although you may be feeling well, it is still important to go to all your antenatal check-ups.
Antenatal visits also give you a chance to ask any questions and to talk about any issues that you are unsure about, such as aches and pains, the birth, feeding your baby or any other concerns. Before each visit, it is a good idea to think about the things you want to talk about and then write them down so that you don't forget them.
Antenatal Packages are available from 12 weeks and from 28 weeks.
A high-risk pregnancy might pose challenges before, during or after delivery. If you have a high-risk pregnancy, you and your baby might need special monitoring or care throughout your pregnancy.
Specific factors that might contribute to a high-risk pregnancy include:
Alongside our expertise, our clinic is equipped with the latest high performance ultrasound systems featuring 3D/4D and colour Doppler for detailed foetal imaging.
Postnatal care covers the 6-week period following birth. During this time many physiological changes takes part and maternal health issues often occur that needs to be treated to avoid future complications such as:
Suitable contraceptive and family planning methods will also be discussed during this period.
With our team of highly skilled and experienced Clinicians and sub-specialised Radiologists, you can count on the very best patient care...