Breast Screening

Highest quality woman’s health

Life as a woman can be both wonderful and challenging. There are a few things unique to a woman throughout her lifetime including how to screen for breast cancer more so if there is a history in the family.

About 13% of women in NSW develop breast cancer in their lifetime and 90% of them n0t even have a family history of breast cancer. Diagnosis is easy though via self-breast examination and perhaps a mammogram every 2 years for women ages 50-74.

Hence the earlier the cancer is picked up, the easier it can be managed. Early detection is really important. Why then wait when a few minutes of consultation with one of our team members can spell a big difference?

Our Team

Dr Ash Adhikari
CURRENTLY ON LEAVE Dr Ashmita graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2011 and has spent several years wor...
Dr Ash Adhikari
Dr Jacqueline Williams
Dr Jacqueline Williams
Dr Ben Banwait
Dr Ben Banwait has been a GP for over 20 years. His experience ranges from working as a General Practitioner, a GP Teach...
Dr Ben Banwait
Dr Esmee Cordes
Esmee graduated with her medical degree in Amsterdam. Esmee moved to Australia over 10 years ago and has worked througho...
Dr Esmee Cordes