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Cervical Screening changes effective from December 1st 2017 . Please read our news section and discuss with your GP

Archive for May, 2017

Mobile reminder for regular checkups or tests

GPC is now using mobile reminders to securely tell you when you need to book an appointment for any test or consultation which is required to be performed on a regular basis, such as cervical screening , skin checks, breast check , and flu vaccinations to name a few….

How will the system work?

You will receive a Secure Mobile Notification (SMN)

  1. Smart recalls allows GPC to send the patient a SMN link to access your recall or reminder information.
  2. At this stage no sensitive information is revealed. This complies with RACGP
  3. If you don’t have a mobile you will receive reminders via mail.

You will verify your details

  1. Following the link you will complete a 3 point identity check. You will now see your recall details

You can then book an appointment

  1. You can book online by following the link or call the practice to make an appointment as instructed in the SMN.

The reminder status is instantly updated on your file.

 

We are excited to be offering this new service to our patients, which is an extension of the HotDoc product.

 

 

Yvonne Mckinlay

Practice Manager

 

International Nurses Day

12th May is International Nurses Day (IND). IND gives us all the opportunity to take some time out of our busy schedules to celebrate the invaluable contribution that nurses make to the health of our society and the pivotal role they play in health care.

GPC would like to thank and acknowledge the wonderful work of  our nurses, Sharon, Mary and Anne.
Our Nurses

Supporting Ovarian Cancer Research #Ovariancancerresearchfoundation #whiteshirtcampaign

Today is World Ovarian Cancer Day. GPC wants to create awareness about Ovarian Cancer

The facts:

  • Over 50% of the community incorrectly believe a pap smear can diagnose ovarian cancer. There is NO early detection test.
  • When detected and treated early 80-90% of women will survive beyond five years compared with only 20-30% when diagnosed at a late stage.
  • Early stages of ovarian cancer often have no obvious symptoms which means most women are diagnosed in the advanced stages of the disease.
  • One woman dies every 10 hours from Ovarian Cancer in Australia.
  • There is no early detection test. Research is required to find an early diagnostic test.

Being aware of ovarian cancer is not enough to save a life. Early screening is needed, and can only be achieved  by finding an early detection test, by buying  Everyone can help by either buying a white shirt from Witchery (all funds go directly to the OCRF to help research), or alternatively you can donate  directly to the OCRF website. http://ocrf.com.au

#Ovariancancerresearchfoundation #whiteshirtcampaign in order to raise awareness and funds for Ovarian Cancer research.

For more information on Ovarian Cancer go to http://ocrf.com.au