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Welcome to North East Family Medicine

Offering high quality, innovative health care to Wangaratta. To get a booking with our GPs in Wangaratta head to the Appointment booking page.

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Monday to Friday 9.00 am – 5.30 pm

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Happy Birthday Dr Sean!

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Wishing you a very happy birthday young Sean.

Happy birthday 🎉🎂

Happy Birthday Sean, hope Sarah spoilt you 🎂

Happy Birthday Sean

Happy birthday Dr Sean. Your 1st birthday as a Dad❤ how beautiful👍

Happy birthday Sean

Happy Birthday Sean🎂🍺

Happy birthday Sean!

HBD Sean! Have a great day.

Oh sorry Sean saw you today!! Happy Birthday 🥳

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🌏Today is World Kidney Cancer Day🌏

Kidney cancer is not very common in Australia however 3000 people are diagnosed every year.

If you are experiencing the symptoms listed by Kidney Health Australia in their post below, please make an appointment to speak with your doctor.

#KidneyCancerDay #KidneyHealth #KidneyCancerToday is World Kidney Cancer Day and the focus is talking about kidney cancer to help raise awareness of this deadly but forgotten cancer – so let’s talk.

Jeffery was diagnosed with kidney cancer after experiencing chronic UTIs which lead to further tests. Seeing his GP promptly meant that Jeffery was diagnosed early and was able to be successfully treated and is now cancer-free.

Unfortunately, this is not the story for everyone, as the symptoms for kidney cancer often go unnoticed until it is too late. If caught early enough, kidney cancer can be successfully treated.

Some of the symptoms to look out for include:
🔴 blood in the urine or changes in urine colour to dark, rusty or brown
🔴 pain in the lower back or one side which is not due to an injury
🔴 pain or lump in the abdomen or side
🔴 weight loss
🔴 constant tiredness
🔴 newly developed high blood pressure
🔴 fever or night sweats which are not linked with any other conditions.

To learn more about kidney cancer, visit: bit.ly/Kidney-Cancer-Fact-Sheet or contact the Kidney Helpline on 1800 454 363.
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🌏Today is World Kidney Cancer Day🌏

Kidney cancer is not very common in Australia however 3000 people are diagnosed every year.  

If you are experiencing the symptoms listed by Kidney Health Australia in their post below, please make an appointment to speak with your doctor.

#KidneyCancerDay #KidneyHealth #KidneyCancer

Did you see Dr Sean in today's Wangaratta Chronicle?
We're very proud to report he hit his goal of $700 (and then some!) for Beyond Blue in support of Men's Health Week last week.
Thank you again to Bully's Barbershop and all of those that contributed, your donations are going towards a great cause.

It's never too late if you would still like to donate! Please go to: individual-fundraiser-ongoing.everydayhero.com/au/time-for-that-beard-to-go-dr-sean

#MensHealthWeek #KeepingBoysAndMenHealthy #SuicidePrevention
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Did you see Dr Sean in todays Wangaratta Chronicle?
Were very proud to report he hit his goal of $700 (and then some!) for Beyond Blue in support of Mens Health Week last week.
Thank you again to Bullys Barbershop and all of those that contributed, your donations are going towards a great cause.

Its never too late if you would still like to donate! Please go to: https://individual-fundraiser-ongoing.everydayhero.com/au/time-for-that-beard-to-go-dr-sean

#MensHealthWeek #KeepingBoysAndMenHealthy #SuicidePrevention

🍎June is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month🍎
An initiative from Bowel Cancer Australia.

Many people think Bowel Cancer is an "old person's disease" but this is not the case. 1 in 11 Australians diagnosed are under the age of 50 and it is the deadliest form of cancer for people aged between 25-29.

If you have a family history of Bowel Cancer please make sure you are aware of the signs and symptoms and be sure to tell your doctor.

#BowelCancerAwarenessMonth #BowelCancerAwareness #BowelCancerAustralia #RedAppleDay #BeatBowelCancer
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🍎June is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month🍎 
An initiative from Bowel Cancer Australia.

Many people think Bowel Cancer is an old persons disease but this is not the case. 1 in 11 Australians diagnosed are under the age of 50 and it is the deadliest form of cancer for people aged between 25-29.

If you have a family history of Bowel Cancer please make sure you are aware of the signs and symptoms and be sure to tell your doctor.

#BowelCancerAwarenessMonth #BowelCancerAwareness #BowelCancerAustralia #RedAppleDay #BeatBowelCancer
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