Our Services

Family Health

Our Family Medicine Care team provide comprehensive care to patients of all ages and genders through all stages of life. We treat a large variety of different health conditions, including Chronic conditions such as:

  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • Cancers
  • Cardiovascular Disease (Heart)
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • Osteoporosis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Weight Management

We offer GP Management Care Plans for Chronic Diseases which will often involve the care of other health professionals such as a physiotherapist, podiatrist, dietitian, psychologist or hearing service.  All these support services and more are offered within our Centre – creating a truly One Stop Health option that meets you and your family’s needs.

Women's Health

Our friendly and experienced doctors are available to discuss, advise and treat all women’s health issues including breast health, endometriosis, menopause, cervical and ovarian cancer & sexual health. Our doctors can provide important preventative screening including breast exams and pap smears.

Men's Health

Our friendly and experienced doctors are available to discuss, advise and treat all men’s health issues including depression, diabetes, erectile and urinary dysfunction, prostate & bowel cancer, cardiac risk factors & sexual health. Our doctors can organise important preventative screening including prostate exams.

Children's Health

Our dedicated team of health care professional are able to care for your child, from pregnancy, infancy, through to adolescence. We provide antenatal shared care, new born baby checks, and regular check-ups to monitor your child’s growth and development. We understand that children have unique needs which change with age. We care for children and young adults in an environment where they experience a wide range of illnesses and medical challenges growing up, from the common cold to more complex medical conditions.

Palliative Shared Care

Europa’s Palliative Care Shared Care GP is considered to be the primary care provider and have an ongoing role in facilitating the provision of good quality patient-centered care that emphasises continuous, open, informed communication and collaboration between the patient, the health care team, and the patient’s carer/ family members

Veterans' Care

The CVC Program provides planned and coordinated care for DVA Gold Card holders who are most at risk of unplanned hospitalisation due to chronic illness and complex care needs. The focus of the program is on prevention and improved management of chronic conditions resulting in improved quality of life, and reduced risk of hospitalisations. The program is voluntary and is in addition to any existing DVA services.

Work Cover

At Europa Medical Centre our doctors have considerable experience in treating occupational injuries and working within Work Cover requirements and procedures to streamline your treatment and subsequent claim.

Maternity Shared Care

You will have some of your antenatal appointments with your local provider and others with the hospital, depending on the reason for the visit. A typical Shared Care arrangement and schedule of visits may be as follows:

Confirmation of pregnancy

Visit our GP for:

  • a referral to your preferred or nearest maternity hospital
  • initial antenatal tests*
  • referral for first trimester screening for genetic abnormalities e.g. Down syndrome (if you choose)*

15–18 weeks

Visit your chosen hospital where you will see both a hospital midwife and doctor, for:

  • Down syndrome test if not already done (if you choose)
  • additional antenatal tests, as required
  • booking your childbirth education classes or hospital tour

16 weeks

Visit our GP shared care doctor

18–20 weeks

Ultrasound of your baby

22 weeks

Visit our GP shared care doctor

28 weeks

Visit with hospital midwife for:

  • routine check and appointment to discuss having your baby at the chosen hospital, and discharge planning
  • test for diabetes, full blood examination, blood antibodies*
  • if you are Rh negative blood type, anti D injection

If your previous birth was a caesarean, you will also see a hospital doctor to discuss your birth options.

32 weeks

Visit our GP shared care doctor

34 weeks^

Visit our GP shared care doctor or

Visit with hospital doctor if you are Rh negative blood type (for anti-D injection) and vaginal swab for group B Strep*

36 weeks^

Visit with the hospital doctor for vaginal swab for group B Strep


Visit our GP shared care doctor if you are Rh negative and had a hospital visit and anti-D injection at 34 weeks

38 weeks

Visit our GP shared care doctor

40 weeks

Visit our GP shared care doctor

41 weeks

If you have not had your baby, a doctor will see you at the hospital. At this visit, you are likely to have some tests to check the baby’s heart rate and the amount of fluid around your baby.*

    Skin Checks

    It is recommended that you check all of your skin regularly and see your doctor as soon as possible if you notice any changes. It is never too late to protect yourself from the sun and never too early to recognize a potential skin cancer.

      Health Assessments & Care Plans

      We provide Health Assessments/Care Plans for:

      • people aged 45-49 years who are at risk of developing chronic disease
      • a type 2 diabetes risk evaluation for people aged 40-49 years with a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes
      • people aged 75 years and older
      • permanent residents of residential aged care facilities
      • people with an intellectual disability
      • refugees and other humanitarian entrants

        Specialist Services

        Our specialist practitioners include Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr Pandit.


          Immunisations are a safe and effective way of giving protection against many diseases. Flu immunisations, Childhood immunisations, occupational health immunisations and travel immunisations are amongst the range of immunisations provided at our Centre.