Sydney PremierX Medical & Health Centre
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309 Pitt Street,Town Hall
Sydney CBD 2000
02 8964 8677

Psychology

Psychologist Sydney

Psychology services are important in addressing a wide variety of mental health issues and when appropriate psychologists can liaise directly with your treating general practitioner regarding diagnosis and treatment options.

The psychology services provided at the Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre are done so by independent, highly skilled and qualified psychologists who are required to be registered with AHPRA (Medical Board) at all times. Often psychology services form part of patient's broader health care plans.

Please ensure you ask the receptionist what you are required to bring to your appointment (e.g. referral letter, Medicare card, private health fund details, test results, list of medications etc) and discuss any fees payable.

Psychologists specialise in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of a wide range of emotional, behavioural and relational issues. They possess a unique combination of scientifically-validated methods and have experience in working with people with diagnosed mental health and genuine life problems. They are trained in the use of structured and specialised therapies which are typically more effective than general supportive counselling.

Our psychologists who practise from our centre are independent, highly skilled, qualified psychologists that are registered with the Psychology Board of Australia.  This is to ensure that the practitioner meet specified standards of competence and ethical practice.

For further information regarding our psychology services in the Sydney CBD, please contact Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre.


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If you're having a suspicious mole removed, the doctor should consider removing about 2 millimeters of healthy skin from around the mole. Doing so could avoid the need for a second surgery if the mole turns out to be cancerous, according to a new report.

"Although the vast majority of suspicious-looking skin moles do not turn out to be cancerous melanomas, once a decision has been made to remove a mole, there should be a clearer standard margin," said senior study investigator Dr. David Polsky. He is a dermatologist and professor of dermatologic oncology at NYU Langone Health in New York City.

"Our study shows that a 'one and done' approach with a clearly defined, slightly larger margin is safer and more effective in completely removing suspicious moles with a single procedure than the current non-standardized approach," Polsky said in an NYU Langone news release.

Please book an appointment with one of our experienced doctors in Sydney CBD for a skin/mole check with Sydney Premier Medical & Health Centre on 02 8964 8677. 

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