What is Menopause?

Menopause is your last period. Perimenopause can last up to years before and after your last period. Unnoticed by some, but utterly disabling for others.

How Will I Know?

Bleeding stops – though if you have a mirena IUS you might not notice. Other symptoms of perimenopause include hot flushes, sweats, vaginal dryness, insomnia, palpitations, irritability … it doesn’t have to be this way.

What Are My Options?

Complementary approaches work for some. Others need prescription assistance. We help you navigate the maze.

What We Can Do For You?

No referral required. Expert guidance from highly experienced medical professionals in the field. Patient-centred shared decision making.

Meet our

Primary Care Team

Unique in our approach, we combine a multi-disciplinary approach, that is patient focused so we can deliver the best outcome for you. Your primary contact will be with an expert in women’s health. S/he will decide with you using a shared decision model the next best steps. We are not a bulk-billing practice.

What Makes Us Different?

Our menopause treatment clinic is different as we have primary and secondary care doctors ( GPs and specialists) under one roof. We offer a multidisciplinary holistic approach to menopause, working with your own ideas, concerns and expectations. Depending on your specific personal medical history, health beliefs and interests, we can tailor a solution which fits you perfectly.  We have extensive skills and experience when dealing with pre-, peri- and post-menopausal women and will guide you through the different treatment options available, driven by your own agenda. As we are a specialised primary care clinic, you do not need a referral to see us, just call and make an appointment today. We are open 6 days a week for consultation.

News & Articles

Read our comprehensive blog for news and information related to treating menopause, how to identify menopause symptoms and how to handle them effectively.

What Our Doctors Say

Dr Sarah Choi

“Unexplained post-menopausal bleeding needs to be investigated with an endometrial biopsy.”

Dr Judi Cornell

“Every woman is different and deserves an individually tailored solution.”

Dr Kate Ilbery

“Menopause is the perfect time in life to consider your risk factors for cardiovascular disease, bone health and mental health.”