If the premise of a question is ill-advised, you should explain your concerns in a comment and either help fix the question or vote to close it as off topic (or whatever reason applies). But creating an explicit close reason for this is overkill.
Not all medical questions are categorically off topic. We don't want to create a situation where everyone is being directed to rubber stamp these questions automatically as a problem. Creating an explicit close reason has a tendency to do that; i.e. "Notice: If you see a question like this, it should be closed."
There are only so many slots for custom 'close' reasons, so the frequency of this problem would have to great enough to warrant an administrative change like this.
If you encounter a question that is not a good fit for this site, leave a comment describing how to either help improve the post or close it. If the problem becomes frequent enough to warrant more drastic measures, we can talk about it then. But for the time being, err towards discussing these issue with users asking for help instead of creating a lot of unnecessary "rules" before there's an actual problem affecting the performance of the site.