Men's Clinic

Mens clinic front
Opening Hours
Monday 8am - 4pm
Tuesday 8am - 4pm
Wednesday 8am - 4pm
Thursday 8am - 4pm
Friday 8am – 1pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Phone
(08) 8942 5495
Address
42 McLachlan St,
Darwin NT 0800

Danila Dilba Health Service has a separate Men's Clinic in the original DDHS building. The clinic is operated by qualified male health workers to help you feel comfortable talking about men's health issues. There is an Aboriginal Health Practitioner, who is also team leader, a General practitioner, a counsellor and a receptionist. If you want to make a compliment or complaint you can talk to the clinic manager or email us.

Feel stronger, live longer, - Book a mens health check today.

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander men have among the poorest health in Australia. They die at a much younger age than non-Indigenous men, with heart disease the leading cause of death.

Smoking-related cancers like lung and mouth cancer are very high among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men. Almost 11 times the number of Aboriginal men die from diabetes than non-Indigenous men.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men also experience very high levels of psychological stress, twice that of non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men.

Every Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander man should have a regular health check.

Your health, your choice

Regular health checks can also help find problems before they become serious. They can detect early warning signs of chronic diseases, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and some cancers.

If you have high risk factors you may be more likely to become sick. High risk factors include:

  • having a family history of a chronic disease
  • not eating the right foods
  • not exercising regularly
  • drinking alcohol a lot
  • smoking cigarettes
  • being over 40 years old.

Make the right choice, visit Danila Dilba Health Service for your regular health checks to help you live well and stay well. Do it for yourself, and your family and friends.

  • Providing information on how to improve health (e.g. quitting smoking).

Health checks for men may also include tests like a prostate check.