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Medical Specialists

Specialists Geriatric Services


Geriatrician is a medical doctor who specialises in the health and treatment of the elderly.

The Geriatric assessment is a multidimensional, multidisciplinary examination of an older person’s functional ability, physical health, memory and cognition.

Older people with many co-existing medical problems necessitating multiple medications need a holistic review of the appropriateness of all their treatments, advice on planning future care, recommendations on legal matters such as the power of attorney, wills and driving ability, options for staying at home or transitioning to residential care facilities and education and support for families and carers.

Types of conditions assessed by geriatricians include but are not limited to

  • Cognitive disorders and dementia, including Young Onset Dementia
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment, including medication review and rationalisation
  • End of Life Care Planning
  • Depressive Disorders in Older Age
  • Falls and Frailty Medicine
  • Healthy Ageing
  • Medication Management

Geriatric consultation can make all the difference if you or your loved ones are over 65.

To see a Geriatrician, patients must have a valid referral from the GP and a valid Medicare Card.

Specialists Rehabilitation Services

A Rehabilitation Medicine Specialist is a medical doctor with expertise in rehabilitating patients with neurological disorders, Multisystem diseases and injuries.

They are medical specialists treating people after surgery, trauma, heart attacks, stroke, sports injury, specific neurological conditions, and arthritis. The goal of treatment is to address mobility difficulties and role functioning. In addition, a rehabilitation Specialist doctor works with physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, and Occupational therapists to develop individual plans for strengthening exercises and restoring aimed at the optimum functional ability of the patient.

Rehabilitation Specialist consultation can make all the difference if you are recovering from injuries post-trauma and chronic multi-organ disease conditions.

To see a Rehabilitation Specialist endocrinologist, patients must have a valid referral from the GP and a valid Medicare Card.


Specialists Endocrinology Services


An endocrinologist is a medical specialist who treats people with a range of conditions caused by hormone problems, such as diabetes, menopause and thyroid problems.

Hormones are part of the endocrine system, a series of glands that produce and secrete hormones that control many bodily functions. The endocrine system includes:

  • the pituitary gland
  • the thyroid gland
  • the parathyroid gland
  • the adrenal glands
  • the pancreas
  • ovaries and testes

Endocrinologists can treat conditions such as:

To see an endocrinologist, patients must have a valid referral from the GP and a valid Medicare Card.

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