Important facts for pregnant women
- Flu can be life threatening for pregnant women and their baby.
Timing is everything!
Immunity against the flu following vaccination does wear off after some time. Most people will develop immunity 2 to 3 weeks after their flu shot. The vaccine provides the best protection against the flu within 3 to 4 months of being vaccinated. Flu season in Australia usually runs from June to September,
Thank you to all our patients that participated in our Patient Feedback survey. The results of this survey will help us provide the best possible service to you.
We will take on board any concerns and will take action in order to make improvements where you feel it would be most useful.
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What is Parkinson’s?
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive, degenerative neurological condition that affects a person’s control of their body movements. In Australia, it affects 100,000 people with 32 people being diagnosed every day.
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Private Flu Vaccines now available. $15 each.
These are for anyone NOT eligible for the FREE Government provided vaccine.
Please note, the ideal time to get vaccinated is around late May/June to ensure protection is provided throughout peak flu season.
The FREE vaccine is scheduled to arrive mid April.
The best time to get vaccinated is in late May or in June as vaccine protection may wane around three to four months after getting immunised. Getting vaccinated around late May/June will provide protection throughout peak flu season
What is advanced care planning?
Advance care planning is a process that enables individuals to make plans about their future health care. Advance care plans provide direction to healthcare professionals when a person is not in a position to make and/or communicate their own healthcare choices
This week (13-20th March) is coeliac Awareness week.
If you are concerned about any of the below symptoms, please make an appointment to discuss with your GP.