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    If you are a patient of the practice and require a GP House call when the practice is closed and call the practice number your call will be redirected to our accredited medical deputising service.

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    If you require only phone advice the Government also provides an afterhours GP helpline. Call 1800-022-222.

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

Archive for ‘Campaigns’

“You’ve got what it takes” RUOK Day 14th September 2017

Each year at GPC we support RUOK Day.

Three little words that can change someones life.

This years theme is You’ve got what it takes 

Sometimes it difficult to ask the question and know where to start.

Please click on the link below to assist you with making that first step.

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It could be friend, a relative or a work colleague its OK to check in and show you care.

National Diabetes Awareness Week July 9th 2017. Are you at risk?

There are over 1 million Australian’s with Type 2 diabetes. The week of the 9th July is National Diabetes Awareness week.

The Australian Type 2 Diabetes Risk Assessment Tool  was developed to help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.

To assess your risk please download the tool by clicking on The Australian Type 2 Risk Assessment Tool or ask one of our staff for a form at the practice.

Complete the form and bring it to your GP to discuss your risk level.

What is Type 2 diabetes?

  • It occurs when the body doesn’t produce enough insulin (a hormone produced by the pancreas) or respond well enough to insulin.
  • Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease marked by high levels of sugar in your blood.
  • You can have type 2 diabetes and not know it because there may be no obvious symptoms.

Risk factors 

  • Over 40 years of age.
  • Lifestyle factors : physical inactivity & poor nutrition.
  • Family history

Usually people only present with acute problems when seeing their GP, however, preventative care is a key to keeping you healthy.

General Practice Cremorne (GPC) is committed to ensuring you keep healthy… so whilst the Government wants a healthier nation for 2020 GPC  wants to assist you in becoming “ a healthier you for 2020.”

 

 

 

 

 

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

White Shirt Campaign

This April, GPC is supporting the #OCRF #whiteshirtcampaign in order to raise awareness and funds for Ovarian Cancer research.

Being aware of ovarian cancer is not enough to save a life. Early screening is needed, and can only be achieved through funded research. 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 on our funding raising page directly and this money goes to OCRF.

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.
  • There is no early detect test. Research is required to find an early diagnostic test.
  • 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.

https://whiteshirtcampaign2016.everydayhero.com/au/general-practice-cremorne

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

 

R U OK Day

 R U OK Day R U OK… three little words… they start a conversation and could save a life… Inspire conversations in a meaningful way. ASK, LISTEN, ENCOURAGE, FOLLOWUP. Often people will thank you for asking…