Walk-in child immunisation clinic, every Tuesday at Active Medical Centre, Caroline Springs.
Sleeping and feeding patterns can make it difficult to attend scheduled appointments for your child.
For your convenience we now offer a walk-in immunisation clinic every Tuesday. No… Continue reading
More bulk billing doctors are now available for families in Caroline Springs in response to a community survey that called for better access to quality doctors who bulk bill their services.
Active Medical has revamped its services to give patients… Continue reading
Osteoporosis is a common disease affecting over 1 million Australians. This disease makes bones become brittle leading to a higher risk of breaks than in normal bones. Osteoporosis occurs when bones lose minerals, such as calcium, more quickly than… Continue reading
Shorter days, gloomy weather forecasts and cold temperatures affect more than what we choose to wear each day – it can also play havoc with how we feel.
The Winter Blues is a common name for experiencing a low mood… Continue reading
The Department of Health and Human Services is now funding whooping cough vaccine for all pregnant women from 28 weeks gestation and parents or guardians of new born babies.
The doctors at Active Medical highly recommend all pregnant women and… Continue reading
Too many families are putting themselves at risk of disease and delays in their travel because they think it’s too hard and time consuming to organise travel vaccinations before their trip.
Active Medical GP Dr Victor Sammut said there seemed… Continue reading
Paleo, sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, meat-free, low-carb – so many people are making significant dietary lifestyle changes without a full understanding of the food their body needs to stay healthy now – and in the future.
Active Medical GP’s said the desire to make dietary changes is often… Continue reading
Changes to Victorian immunisations for young people mean that unless they access free immunisations in 2015, they may miss protection from a variety of diseases including whooping cough and tetanus.
The Victorian Health… Continue reading