Gold Coast Women's Health Clinic
Health HQ Southport
Female doctors Southport
Make an online booking with Dr Cadman
Dr Cadman has a special interest in whole patient care, but has particular expertise in women's health including the new Cervical Screening Test (see below), contraception, antenatal care, sexual health, polycystic ovary syndrome, menopause, period problems, breast care and genitourinary problems.
See Dr Cadman's full profile on the Health HQ staff page.
Dr Sally Kervison - LLB (UNSW), MBBS (USYD), MPH (Occ Hlth) Grad Dip Fam Med (Monash)
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Dr Sally Kervison has postgraduate qualifications in occupational health (Master of Public Health), a Diploma of family medicine, a family planning national certificate (FPAA NSW).
Dr Kervison is interested in all aspects of women's health including safe contraception using the contraceptive implant that suits the patient best, choosing from the available recommended intrauterine devices (IUDs) such as copper and hormonal release (Levonorgestrel).
See Dr Kervison's full profile on the staff page.
Dr Fiona Burnell PhD (UNSW), MBBS (
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Dr Fiona Burnell is a General Practitioner with a special interest in women's health.
Dr Burnell offers IUD insertion including the copper IUD and hormonal IUD (using Levonorgestrel) and all major brands and types of contraceptive implant (see more IUD information from the Better Health website).
See Dr Burnell's full profile here.
Contraception is a vital consideration in a women’s life and it is important that current and up to date information on all contraception methods is available to our patients.
Often the most appropriate method will change over a women’s life time and sometimes there are complex medical conditions that must be taken into account when determining the contraception method of choice.
Dr Nora Cadman has spent many years working in Women’s health clinics and is able to discus all available contraception methods including oral, barrier, injection, vaginal ring, implant,
Cervical Screening Test
The Cervical Screening Test is a new test that has been available in Australia since December 2017. It replaces the old Pap Smear test. It is designed to detect the HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) that has now been shown to cause over 99% of all cases of cervical cancer.
See World Health Organisation fact sheet.
The Cervical Screening Test is very sensitive and accurate and in many circumstances once a woman has had a clear result, the test will remain valid for 5 years.
The Health HQ women's health doctors and nursing staff are very happy to discuss and explain this new test further as it is a very exciting development for women's health aimed at finding abnormalities much earlier that the previous pap smear test.
If you have any further questions see the Australian Govts Dept. of Health website National Cervical Screening Program which is very informative.
Menopause and Hormone Therapy
Over the previous three decades we have seen medical advice change dramatically regarding how best to manage the Menopause.
Dr Nora Cadman is a member of the Australasian Menopause Society and welcomes the opportunity to discuss your personal needs during this transition period in your life.
Menstrual and Period Concerns
Abnormal bleeding and irregular periods can sometimes be an indication that a further assessment of your health is indicated. If you are experiencing an alteration in period cycle please make a Womens Health appointment so any bleeding or irregular menstruation can be more fully explored.
Pregnancy and fertility
If you are nearing the time where you would like to consider a future pregnancy, or if you have been trying to conceive and would like more information regarding medical care and advice during pregnancy please make an appointment to discuss this at our women's health clinic.
Antenatal and Postnatal care
Antenatal pregnancy care as well as postnatal care encompass some of the most exciting and challenging times in a woman’s life.
Health HQ's women's health doctors are experienced and are able to guide you through this exciting time as you either prepare for the new addition to your family or need to learn more about your baby's health after the birth.
If you are concerned in any way regarding sexual health issues our female doctors will spend the time to investigate any concerns fully and will provide appropriate advice and treatment for all sexual health issues.
Breast Care and Breast Screening
Women are encouraged to learn Breast Self Examination, and after the age of 50 are encouraged to undergo a Breast Screen examination with Breast Screen Queensland.
If you have detected any symptom of concern, or just wish for a health professional to check your breast examination, please make an appointment for a Womens Health Check.