Australian Department of Health Look after yourself and your family this #InternationalWomensDay – do you know if #OvarianCancer is in your family? Speak to the women in your family & be #OvarianCancer aware. ovariancancer.net.au/awareness/genetic-risks/ #BalanceforBetter ... See MoreSee Less
A friendly reminder for everyone to get a skin check regularly! Olympic swimming champion Cate Campbell says: “Last week I finally went for a long overdue skin check (because skin checks seem to be one of those things that are always overdue) and discovered that I had a stage-one melanoma.” #holymoley #getyourskinchecked ... See MoreSee Less
A warm welcome to Dr Kristina Flego who has recently joined our clinic! 😀 Kristina graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2000. She has a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology which she undertook at the Mercy Hospital for Women, as well as a Masters of Public Health. She enjoys all facets of general practice but has interests in antenatal pregnancy care and women's health. ... See MoreSee Less
Our best wishes to Dr Alan Dobson who retired this week after 43 years at Warrandyte Road Clinic. We will all miss his amazing care, his willingness to go the extra mile and his ever-cheerful smile! 😁Thank you to everyone for the deluge of gifts and well-wishes! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations, many thanks and best wishes for a great retirement.
❤️❤️❤️ We all miss you Al!!! love from Linda and Jade , children xxxx
You will be greatly missed. Congratulations and enjoy your retirement.
All the best Alan you've been our family doctor for over 30 years delivered our babies and helped me through some very difficult times. You now deserve some quality time with your family. You will be greatly missed .
All the best for the future Alan. A great career and a good bloke to boot.
Congratulations Dr Dobson you deserve a rest a lovely doctor who always listened to what a mother had to say delivered 2 very special babies Christine Barnett and Karen Polkinghorne
I was going to say the same Kazza! Dr Dobson delivered me 33 years ago! Such a lovely man and always had a smile on his face and jelly beans! All the best for your retirement Dr Dobson!
Best wishes for your retirement Alan. Thank you for the care and compassion you have given, especially for my mum and dad. Joan and Graham 😀
He delivered me 30 years ago and I still always remember going to see him when I was younger! All the best dr Dobson!
Thankyou for your professional expertise and compassionate care during some very tough times.
Best wishes Alan. Enjoy your retirement!! My father Dr Richard Bell was one of the original partners at WRC. I've known you 45 years I reckon. Mum (Dr Lois Bell) who also practiced there sends her very best too.
The drs Christmas parties there when we were kids were so much fun! Wheelchair races and Jellybeans - fond memories from a very long time ago. ❤️
I started missing Dr Alan Dobson the day i retired. I worked 14 wonderful years with this wonderful, compassionate, dedicated and very happy man. His patients will miss him, but his family will be so grateful they will have him all to themselves. Congratulations Alan. 💕💕💕💕💕 Mandy.
All the best in your retirement Alan, thank you for your care, compassion and expert diagnosis over the years, you will be greatly missed by your patients but we all wish you well in the future and enjoy quality time with the family....👍👏😊🍷
It's getting colder and flu season is almost here! A reminder from the Royal Children's Hospital to get your flu vaccine.
The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne Hi, it's Dr Margie! As we head into winter, I thought it would be a good time to talk about kids and the flu vaccine and address some of your concerns. I hope you find this video helpful; if you have any questions, please post them below! ... See MoreSee Less
Did you know that one in 10 Aussie babies born today will develop a food allergy before they blow out their first birthday candle? 😥🎂 This handy video tells you what signs and symptoms to look out for.
Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia Do you know the signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction? What about the difference between a mild/moderate allergic reaction and a severe one (anaphylaxis)?
YOU might be aware, but many others ARE NOT - 85% of Australians do not know what the signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction are.
Please SHARE this video to increase awareness for what the signs look like. It could help save someone's life. ... See MoreSee Less
Results from this year's patient satisfaction survey are in! We rated very highly compared to other practices, especially in areas such as overall patient satisfaction and doctors' concern for patients. Let us know if you ever have any feedback! We're always happy to hear from you ... See MoreSee Less
This year's 4-strain flu vaccine is now available! It's free for everyone aged 65 years and over, pregnant women and anyone with severe asthma, heart disease or diabetes. #fluvax #wrclinic ... See MoreSee Less