At Sydney CBD Medical Centre, we pride ourselves on our impeccable track record on women’s health. We have proudly offered services to help women avoid future long-term health problems, improve their reproductive health and improve their well-being.
What Services Does Our Women’s Health Clinic Sydney Offer?
As one of the top women’s health clinics in Sydney, we offer a wide range of services . These services include:
The doctors at our women’s health clinic are committed to delivering the highest level of care for our patients.
Does the Sydney CBD Medical Centre Offer Bulk Billing for Women’s Health Services?
Yes. We provide bulk billing to all patients with valid Medicare cards. Our bulk billing policy covers a number of health services that female patients depend on. While some procedures incur a small fee, we are committed to delivering the highest level of care to women that visit our clinic at a low cost.
Schedule Your Appointment Today!
If you need a Cervical Screening Test , breast exam, IUD removal or any other essential service, please don’t hesitate to call us on (02) 9268 0133 to schedule an appointment today. We are a leading health clinic in Sydney and offer a number of vital services to our female patients. We look forward to taking your call!
CBD is proposing a hybrid of the traditional time-based training model with an approach that “organizes physician training around desired outcomes and looks at the needed competencies” (RCPSC). This means that while the OBGYN residency program will continue to span five years, the focus will shift from thinking simply in terms of time spent to ensuring each resident acquires the necessary competencies before they progress through each of four stages:
The greater goal of CBD is to enhance patient care by improving learning and assessment across the continuum from residency to retirement, fostering lifelong learning. This will ensure that physicians continue to demonstrate the skills and behaviours needed to meet evolving patient needs. The RCPSC website provides a comprehensive description of Competence-By-Design (CBD).
Roll-out of CBD for all Obstetrics and Gynaecology programs across Canada commenced on July 1, 2019. This includes our PGY1 residents, as well as a soft-launch for our PGY2 residents.
The University of Toronto PGME website provides many useful resources on CBME/CBD including:
Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs)
EPAs are activities that physicians do every day that the OBGYN Royal College Subspecialty Committee has identified as key tasks of the discipline. Teachers already make entrustment decisions, but CBD takes this one step further by making these types of decisions more explicit and formalized. Faculty will now be completing EPA forms when opportunities for observation and feedback arise throughout the rotation.