Our GP’s recognise prevention is the best medicine and is vital to improve men’s health outcomes. As men attend doctor’s less frequently than women our GP’s encourage men to return for regular check-ups. Also understanding that men face unique health problems that don’t affect women.

As men When referring to Men’s health we consider a complete state of physical, mental, and social well-being, as experienced by men, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Our GPs understand the differences in men’s health compared to women’s which can be attributed to biological factors, behavioural factors, and social factors.

Understanding chronic health conditions need to be managed to improve men’s health. Conditions such as blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes should be managed and working towards achievable targets which lower the risk of a chronic disease management plan.

To improve men’s health, it is important to raise awareness about preventive screenings and regular health care for all ages.

  • Heart health
  • Prostate checks
  • General care
  • Skin checks
  • Std testing/ checks
  • Diabetes risk assessments
  • Cholesterol management
  • Immunisations
  • Weight management
  • Chronic diseases
  • Fertility/ infertility
  • Chronic disease