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

News 1

2016

December 2016

Xmas & New Year Closing times 

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Online appointments now available.

To make it easier to book an appointment with your GP you can now book online. This means you can book an appointment 24/7 at home or on the run!

To make an appointment visit

hotdoc.com.au  or

download the HOTDOC app from the App store or Google Play for Android phones.

We are listed  in HOTDOC as General Practice Cremorne Sydney.

Please note some appointment types aren’t available online this is because they require us to coordinate your care with two clinicians so travel vaccinations and any immunisations require you to call the practice.

If an appointment slot is not available and you have an urgent matter please call General Practice Cremorne  on     02-8969 5000 where one of our receptionists will assist you with your appointment. 

September 2016

Online appointments coming soon.
Click to read more about our new services online appointments & Smart recalls. on-line-appointments-smart-recalls-hot-docs

Zostavax is on the Immunisation Schedule for patients over 70 years of age from November 21016
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14th June 2016
GPC is closed till 1pm whilst we complete the final installation of our new clinical software.
We apologise for the inconvenience

Please click on link to find out more information GPC Closed morning of Tuesday 14th reopen 1pm

MAY 2nd 2016 GPC supporting #OCRF #whiteshirtcampaign
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#whiteshirtcampaign #OCRF

During the month of April each week we will create awareness in our practice about Ovarian Cancer with key messages about Ovarian Cancer.

28th April
Over 50% of the community incorrectly believe a pap smear can diagnose ovarian cancer. There is NO early detection test.
21st April
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.
13TH April
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.
7th April
One woman dies every 10 hours from Ovarian Cancer in Australia.
There is no early detect test.Research is required to find an early diagnostic test.

7th April 2016-2nd May 2016 White Shirt Campaign Raising awareness and funds for OVARIAN CANCER Research supporting #OCRF#whiteshirtcampaign

Being aware of ovarian cancer is not enough to save a life. Early screening is needed which can only be achieved through funded research. Everyone can help by either buying a white shirt from Witchery and 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 direct to OCRF.

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

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

2015
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Thursday 10th September 2015 is 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…

Patient newsletter Spring Edition 2015
Whooping cough alert
Easter Notice

8th May 2015 is World Ovarian Cancer Day… you can make a difference donate to OCRF… #OCRF… for more information go to http://www.ocrf.com.au/

OVARIAN CANCER #OCRF Unite in White 1st May 2015
One woman dies every ten hours from Ovarian cancer.
Ovarian Cancer is the 8th most common cancer and the 6th most common cause of death affecting women.
Symptoms can include: abdominal or pelvic pain; needing to urinate often or urgently; difficulty eating or feeling full quickly; increased abdominal size or persistent abdominal bloating; painful intercourse. See your GP.

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

Patient newsletter March 2015 Autumn edition
Hepatitis A Alert
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2014
11th September 2014  R U OK ?

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.

Patient newsletter July 2014
Patient newsletter April 2014
Vaccination Clinic
Annie Capp Notice of service
Patient newsletter February 2014

NATIONAL DIABETES WEEK 
To coincide with National  Diabetes week, Diabetes Australia is launching a new prevention campaign urging all Australians to see if they are at risk of Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Australia represents all people affected by all types of Diabetes.  The aim of the 2014 National Diabetes Week Campaign is to raise awareness of the seriousness of Type 2 Diabetes and urge all Australians to check their risk. Take the Australian Type 2 Diabetes Risk  Assessment Tool ask our staff for the form so you can complete

2013
HAEMOCHROMATOSIS

Haemochromatosis is the most common genetic disorder among people of European descent in Australia. It can cause the body to absorb and store excess iron, often with serious health impacts. The good news is that it is generally easily treated and if diagnosed early, people with haemochromatosis can expect to lead a normal, healthy life. Find out more here: What is haemochromatosis? INFO LINE 1300 019 028 or go to http://haemochromatosis.org.au/

HEART DISEASE
Each year there are approximately 55,000 heart attacks in Australia.
That is 151 reported heart attacks a day, or one heart attack every 10 minutes.
From the ABS National Health Survey, more than 380,000 Australians have had a heart attack.
For more information on Heart Disease http://www.heartfoundation.org.au/Pages/default.aspx

Patient newsletter August 2013
Patient newsletter May 2013
Patient newsletter March 2013

Get ready for take off … 8th August 2013
Last year, Amanda one of our Practice Nurses lost her mother to heart disease and in memory of her mum she has created a web site called I LOVE YOU TO THE MOON AND BACK encouraging people to run, walk, swim, cycle and to keep fit and healthy. What a great initiative and so inspirational lets help her “get to the moon” by August 2014 only 768,806 Kilometres. “. To register your support and commitment to your health goals go to www.iloveyoutothemoonandback.net