• Our Location

    414 Military Road,
    Mosman, NSW 2088

    Parking is available on Parraween Street in the car park at the Cremorne Orpheum Cinema Complex. If you get lost please phone us and we will direct you.


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  • Opening Hours

    Monday to Friday: 8am to 6pm
    Saturday: 8:30am to 1pm

    Afterhours Service

    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.

    Alternatively

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

  • Feedback

    Feedback is always welcome. Please email the practice manager or alternatively ask for her at reception. Please note the email is not to be used for sending clinical information or patient’s test results.

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

Archive for ‘Health News’

Mental Health month – Share the journey. See our News section

Share the Journey – 2017 Mental Health Month Theme 

Ask, Share, Know – Helping patients to make informed decision

Ask, Share Know are three simple steps to assist patients to make informed decisions with their GP.

ASK       3 simple questions to ask your GP in your consultation.

SHARE Sharing information with your GP and nurse helps manage your health 

KNOW  What do I now  know  from my consultation and what did I decide to do? 

 

Please click on the link to download the ASK Brochure ASK BROCHURE

 

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.”