Dr Sam Osedimilehin and nurse Megan Toomey with the latest laser treatment at the Divine Medical Centre and La Divino Cosmetic and Skin Clinic.
Dr Sam Osedimilehin and nurse Megan Toomey with the latest laser treatment at the Divine Medical Centre and La Divino Cosmetic and Skin Clinic. Brendan Bufi

M'boro medical clinic is one-stop shop of holistic treatment

THE latest medical clinic to open in Maryborough is the one-stop shop of holistic treatment.

The Divine Medical Centre and La Divino Cosmetic and Skin Clinic has the Fraxel Dual 1550/1927 System - the first of its kind on the Fraser Coast.

The Fraxel system uses patented fractional laser technology to target aging and sun-damaged skin and is an effective treatment of pre-cancerous lesions, pigmentations, moles and also facial rejuvenation.

South African couple Sam and Elizabeth Osedimilehin have opened the spacious, modern clinic, embracing the community and hoping to encourage more growth in the city.

"The two-in-one medical centre caters for inner and outer health of patients with in-house facilities from a pathology and hearing to podiatrist and dietician," Mrs Osedimilehin said.

"In Queensland there are a lot of people with skin issues - this latest technology is a great treatment targeting these problems."

Dr Osedimilehin said the new venture was quite exciting.

"We are looking to try as much as possible to look after people internally and externally - more like a holistic kind of treatment," he said.

"We have a body scanner, photo finder and the response has been amazing, which means people really know the value of what we are providing through this centre.

"Nobody has the Fraxel and it offers a quick healing time, so after laser you can be back at work within days."

To book an appointment visit the centre at Divine Medical Centre and La Divino Cosmetic and Skin Clinic, 267-269 Adelaide St, Maryborough, phone 41221111 or check out theirwebsite at www.divinemedical.com.au.

The clinic is open weekdays from 8am-5pm and 9am-1pm at weekends.

Qualifications

  • Dr Emmanuel Ejembi has been a general practitioner for more than eight years and is passionate about providing holistic care to all his patients and has special interest in skin care, men's health and geriatrics.

He provides all GP services to Maryborough and its surrounding communities.

  • Dr Marina Rotert is a GP with a special interest in women's and children's health as well as specialising in skin cancer and sexual health.

She graduated 12 years ago from Russian Medical University and moved to Queensland after working in rural Victoria. She settled in Hervey Bay with her husband and family.

  • Dr Sam Osedimilehin is a doctor from Hervey Bay who who has been practising medicine for more than 14 years.

He moved from South Africa where he practiced and obtained his certificate degree in family medicine to Hervey bay in 2009.

Dr Osedimilehin worked in the Hervey Bay and Maryborough hospitals for few years before moving into general practice.

He has special interest in aesthetic medicine including injectables, botox, fillers, laser therapy, skin cancer detection and treatment, weight management , HIV management and family practice.

He decided to move to Maryborough to offer more services to the community.
 

Services

  • Flu vaccinations, childhood immunisations, Work Cover and employment medicals, sexual health checks and advice, travel clinic advice, pre-employment assessments, DVA healthy care, mental health services, pap smears, indigenous health care service, chronic disease management.
  • In-house facilities: Sullivan and Nicolaides Pathology, cosmetic/skin clinic, hearing, podiatrist, dietician, psychologist.


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