Hope you're all staying safe and well! Some important tips from the WHO on how to wear a mask safely.👉 Some important tips from World Health Organization (WHO) on how to wear a mask safely. ... See MoreSee Less
Now's a good time to get your flu shot! While getting your flu shot before the peak flu season (usually between June and September) is a great idea, no time is considered too late! The influenza vaccine is recommended for everyone over 6 months, and is FREE for eligible groups, including children under 5 year and everyone over 65 years of age. ... See MoreSee Less
Get your flu vaccine and reduce your risk of catching influenza this winter! Free for eligible patients, or $15 for those who don't qualify. Call 98709000 for an appointment. #fluvax... See MoreSee Less
* If you need to see a doctor, we will ask you a series of questions to determine if you need a mask or have you wait in an isolated area. * We are reducing the numbers of patients in our waiting room. * If you have a cold or flu, please phone to let reception know when you arrive, then wait in your car until we call you in. * Consider a phone consultation with your usual doctor. * All toys and magazines have been removed from public areas * We are accepting payments by card only * We’re cleaning and disinfecting even more than usual See wrclinic.com.au/coronavirus/ for more info ... See MoreSee Less
If you have travelled to China in the past 14 days and you have symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat or breathlessness, please avoid contact with other people.
Do not go into crowded places, or take public transport.
Do not go directly to your GP without calling first.
If you are unwell, you can phone us, or your nearest emergency department or call the dedicated Department of Health coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398 for advice.
If you have suspected novel coronavirus, you will require specialized investigation, isolation and treatment in a hospital.
We understand that advice will evolve as more information about the incubation period and the transmission of the virus emerges. #coronavirusIf you have travelled from Wuhan, China in the last 14 days and have a cough, sore throat, or shortness of breath - call the dedicated hotline on 1800 675 398 or go to https://go.vic.gov.au/Ghp819 for further information. If visiting your GP call ahead so they can be prepared. ... See MoreSee Less
Eastern Melbourne PHNAre you up to date?
Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers and regular cervical screening is the number one way to prevent it. Planning or going for a cervical screening can be daunting. It’s one of the most intimate examinations you can receive from your GP, but it’s also one of the most important.
If you are due for testing, contact your healthcare provider to book an appointment. A simple examination could save your life.
Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation (ACCF) ... See MoreSee Less
Feeling physically or mentally fatigued due to iron deficiency? Iron infusions are a safe and effective way to quickly restore your body's iron stores and get you feeling back to 100%. Available at Warrandyte Road Clinic! 👌😁 ... See MoreSee Less
Flu season is around the corner! Flu vaccine is available now and is free for children under 5 years, pregnant women, everyone aged 65 years and over, and anyone with severe asthma, heart disease or diabetes. #fluvax#FightFlu... See MoreSee Less
Australian Government 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