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Women's Health Port Melbourne

Health and medical services in support of girls and women of all ages and lifestyles in the Port Melbourne community.

Female doctors and medical staff are available.

From routine check-ups to specialised services

  • Check-ups
  • Screenings
  • Reproductive health
  • Diet and healthy living
  • Mental health
  • Chronic issues
  • More

Well on Bay Women’s Health services are underscored by:

  • Support & Care
  • Understanding, and
  • Professionalism
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About Women's Health Services at Well on Bay

Whether you’re due for a routine check-up, seeking advice on something in particular, or experiencing specific health concerns, the experienced independent doctors are here to provide personalised care and support.

  • Routine Check-ups. Your doctor assesses your overall health, addresses any concerns you may have, and provides guidance on maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
  • Sexual Health. Our clinic offers confidential sexual health screenings for a range of concerns.
  • Diet and Healthy Living. Women have unique health needs, and navigating choices can make a huge difference on quality of life.
  • Screenings. From regular breast health checks to cervical cancer screenings, including self-collections, we offer a comprehensive range.
  • Health Assessments. At different stages of life, women require various health assessments to ensure nothing is hiding and they’re on a path of good health.
  • Contraception Advice. Choosing the right contraceptive method is an important decision for women of reproductive age.

    We offer expert advice on contraception options, including hormonal and non-hormonal methods, and Implanon and IUD advice, insertion and removal.
  • Pregnancy Support. Let us guide you through every stage of your pregnancy journey from prenatal care and routine check-ups to prenatal education and emotional support.
  • Menopause Management. Menopause is a natural stage of life for women, but it can bring about a range of physical and emotional changes.
  • Mental Health. We understand the importance of mental health for women and offer support and guidance for mental health concerns, providing a safe and compassionate space and access appropriate resources.

The Support Women Need

Well on Bay is here to support you through each stage of life and ensure you live life to the fullest.

Book Your Appointment Today.

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Our women's health team is looking forward to helping you and your quality of life

Whether it’s time for a routine check-up, advice and solutions for a specific complaint, support, or specialised care, we’re here to help every step of the way.

Call us today or use our convenient online booking system to schedule your appointment.

More information on the importance of women’s health

Women’s health refers to the medical, physical and emotional wellbeing of girls and women, and individuals who identify as female.

It includes a broad range of healthcare needs specific to women, including reproductive health, prenatal care, menstrual health, and menopause management. These services are designed to support women throughout all stages of their lives.

Women’s health includes mental health concerns too, such as anxiety and depression, as well as preventive screenings for conditions like breast and cervical cancer.

At Well on Bay, we are dedicated to offering thorough support and compassionate care tailored to the unique needs of each woman. We strive to address every aspect of women’s health with the utmost expertise and empathy.

The independent healthcare professionals at Well on Bay, Port Melbourne consider the unique factors that impact women’s health.

With a focus on support, care, understanding, and professionalism, we strive to offer women the health and wellbeing to navigate challenges when they arise.

FAQs / People also ask

Please refer to our fees page, or give us a call for specific prices.

Pap smear tests, aka cervical cancer screenings are recommended every five years for women aged 25 to 74 who have ever been sexually active and have a cervix.

However, if you have specific concerns or a history of abnormal results, we may recommend more frequent screenings.

The National Cervical Screening Program offers further information.

There are various contraceptive options available, including hormonal methods like the pill, contraceptive injections, implants, and intrauterine devices (IUDs). Your doctor can help you explore the options and choose the method that best suits your needs and lifestyle.

Common symptoms of menopause include hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, and changes in menstrual patterns, among others. Management options may include hormone replacement therapy (HRT), lifestyle modifications, and symptom-specific treatments.

Yes, sexual health screenings are 100% confidential, all results and consultations are 100% confidential. Your doctor will not share your personal information or test results without your request and consent.