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    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.

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    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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My Health Record - Myth busting fact sheet 1st August 2018 Please read our NEWS SECTION

On line booking via HotDoc

It was revealed today by ABC news that the online booking provider, HealthEngine, has been passing on patient details to third parties.

General Practice Cremorne (GPC) would like to inform our patients of the following:

  • GPC’s does not have a commercial relationship with HealthEngine
  • GPC’s one line booking provider is HotDoc not HealthEngine

HotDoc has a strict policy around how it handles any patient data as summarised below:

Please click on HotDoc communication  Info for Patients Using HotDoc

 

World Ovarian Cancer Day 8th May 2018 #AGCF #OCRF #whteshirtcampaign

 

Please read our bulletin creating awareness about Ovarian Cancer.

Click on link to find out more information World Ovarian Cancer Day 8th May 2018

Key points 

  •  Early stages of ovarian can  cancer often have no obvious symptoms or symptoms frequently attributed to other causes . Symptoms can include bloating, eating- feeling full, pelvic pain , urinary symptoms-frequency/urgency
  • Most women are diagnosed in the advanced stages of the disease.
  • There is no early detection test for Ovarian cancer.
  • An early detection test would help improve the five year survival rates as patients can be treated earlier.
  • In Australia the five year survival rate for Ovarian cancer is 43% whereas the five year survival rate for Breast Cancer is 90%.
  • An increase in research funding is required to help researchers find an early detection test.

 

 

Xmas & New Year Closures 2017/2018

General Practice Cremorne would like to wish all our patients a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year. If you are travelling to see family and friends  safe travels and we will see you all in 2018.

Please make sure you have all your scripts up to date prior to our closure.

Please click on the Hyperlink to see the times we are closed over the festive season.  Xmas Closure Sign

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

Share the Journey – 2017 Mental Health Month Theme 

“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.

RUOK_HowToAsk_ConversationFlow

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

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

 

Margie our receptionist is retiring and leaves us on 27th July 2017

Margie  has been at the practice for just over 10 years and has decided it is time to retire. We can’t imagine Margie not doing anything …so instead of working she has told us she “will be fulfilling her creative passions”.

We can’t wait to hear and see what happens next. Margie will be able to continue amongst other things her love of swimming, playing bridge and catching up with friends and family.

Margie has a great sense of humour, funky glasses and a style we will miss at the practice.  We wish her well and if you get chance pop in to say goodbye. _DSC0821

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