Glen Iris Medical GroupStriving for excellence in all aspects of our practice
Glen Iris Medical Group welcomes new patients and is committed to providing our patients with the highest quality medical care. We have both male and female GPs, with special interests covering all areas of General Practice including; preventative health care, women’s health, men’s health, paediatrics, aged care, travel health, counselling, skin checks, minor procedures, chronic disease management and antenatal care.
Our doctors enthusiastically participate in continuing medical education by attending seminars, conferences and small group learning.
Glen Iris Medical Group is a fully accredited private billing practice and a registered Travelvax clinic.
The practice will be closed Sunday 14th July due to an IT upgrade. Sorry for the inconvenience.read more
This year’s influenza season is well and truly underway, with many thousands of confirmed reports of flu virus being made early as March. As at 24th June 2019, there were over 21,500 lab-confirmed, reported cases of flu. This figure represents only cases where a test...read more
Premenstrual syndrome or PMS is the term used to describe a wide variety of physical and emotional symptoms that women commonly experience in the days leading up to a menstrual cycle (period). They can also continue for the first few days of a period. These...read more
Blood pressure is a measurement of the force placed on the walls of the blood vessels as blood is pumped around the body. It naturally varies throughout the day, depending on what your body is doing. Blood pressure is highest when blood is pushed out of the heart into...read more
Autumn has arrived, and with it – I’m afraid – the barrage of mischievous little microbes to wreck havoc on our bodies! Most upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) are viral in origin, so antibiotics make no diddly squat of a difference. But the common cold is by...read more
‘Tennis elbow’ is the common terminology for a painful condition that affects the elbow(s). The medical name for this condition is lateral epicondylitis. It is caused by inflammation or damage to the tendons that join the muscles of the forearm to the elbow. This...read more
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