Welcome to Rhylyn Medical Services
Medical Excellence Serving Growing Communities.
We are a family medical service dedicated to providing comprehensive holistic care across the life cycle. Our friendly team is passionate about creating a reassuring environment that respects the unique needs of each individual and can be trusted to consistently provide a quality professional service.
We are committed to developing opportunities for patients and staff to improve the enjoyment in, and quality of, their lives.
- General Health
- Health Assessments
- Minor Surgery
- Skin Checks
- Women's Health
- Family Planning
- Children's Health
Antenatal and shared care
Pain Management and Addiction Medicine
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
We have now been advised that this year's Fluvax will officially be available from 20th April 2015. Book now for your appointment in one of our Fluvax clinics.
Welcome to Drs Sharon Martin, Rebekah Webb, Simon Ronald and Zori Penkoff who will begin their 6 month placements at Aldinga Medical Centre and Moore Street Clinic from 2nd February 2015 with a completion date of 2nd August 2015. Dr Jack Tan who has been mostly at Moore Street Clinic for the past 6 months has extended his rotation for a further 12 months. So, welcome to all our new people and it's great to have Jack staying on.
Routine immunisation clinics are held: Monday 9.30 - 11.30am, Tuesday 2.00-4.00pm & Friday 9.30-11.30am. Please book with reception for 2,4,6,12 & 18 month immunisations. 4 year old immunisations and health checks to be booked separately.
Breast Cancer Support Group
Breast Cancer Network Australia hold a Breast Cancer support group in the Aldinga Medical Centre conference room. Meetings for April are on Wednesday the 15th and 29th and for May on Wednesday 13th and 27th from 10.00 am - 12 noon for anyone currently or previously diagnosed with breast cancer, including family, friends and carers. Face to face support and companionship over a coffee and a chat. Donation to help cover morning tea appreciated.
Facilitated by Maria Atkinson, ph: 0400 021 687 Breast Cancer Network Australia Community Liaison. www.facebook.com/AldingaBreastCancerSupportGroup
If your life has been touched by breast cancer, this is a wonderful opportunity to share with others and learn from each other.
Breast Screen SA - Free breast cancer screening
If you are a woman aged 50-69* years, without breast symptoms, you are eligible for a free screening mammogram with BreastScreeen SA. The Breast Screen SA (BSSA) mobile unit visits McLaren Vale & Districts War Memorial Hospital, Aldersey Street, McLaren Vale regularly. Enter through Gate 1, Aldersey Street.
Breast cancer survival rates are improving each year, but the key is early detection; it is important to have a screening mammogram every two years, to help detect those changes that are too small to feel.
Call 13 20 50 to book your appointment or to find out more.
* women aged 40-49 and over 70 are also eligible for free screening.