Dr Corina Baylis
Dr Corina Baylis MBBS (University of Sydney), BSc (Anatomy UNSW), Graduate Certificate in Sports Medicine (UNSW), FRACGP
Areas of interest:
- Comprehensive Women’s Health (including hormonal health, PCOS, Pap smears, menopause, PMS, fertility)
- General Practice
- Weight management
- Digestive Disorders
- Health issues and adrenal fatigue in athletes
- The female athlete triad
- Nutritional Medicine
- Child and Adolescent Health
- Mental health and counselling
Booking an appointment
Dr Corina Baylis is available Mondays alternating between 9:00am – 5:30pm and 11:00am – 5:30pm.
Please phone the surgery on 9418 1388 option 1 weekdays between 9:00am and 5:00pm.
New Patient Appointments
Dr Corina Baylis sets aside one and a half hours for the initial consultation, but will spend longer with the patient if necessary.
The fee for a new patient is $400 per hour on a pro rata basis.
Current Patient Appointments
Dr Corina Baylis sets aside 1/2 an hour for the follow up consultations, but will spend longer with the patient if necessary.
The fee for ongoing patients is $400 per hour on a pro rata basis.
More Info about Dr Corina Baylis
Dr Corina Baylis graduated from medicine in 2001 from The University of Sydney after previously completing a Bachelor of Science at UNSW with an anatomy major. She spent her early post graduate years working in Surgery, Anatomical Pathology and Emergency Medicine during which time she completed a Graduate Certificate in Sports Medicine via UNSW. She then completed her General Practice training and attained FRACGP.
Dr Baylis’ main areas of interest include comprehensive women’s health, weight management, nutritional medicine, digestive disorders and stress management. Her approach is highly individualised and her mission is to assist people to feel their best, empowering them to take ownership of their health and well-being and equipping them with the tools to do that. Dr Baylis is particularly interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture and will be undertaking her medical acupuncture training in 2017, adding this to her repertoire of patient care.