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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.

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 9.00 am – 5.30 pm

How do I get my results?

We prefer that patients book an appointment with their doctor to discuss their results. However if you have a question, there is a practice nurse available between 1pm and 2pm to discuss results.

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🍏Smart Eating Week🥕
Eating well in seems easy in theory but it can be hard to get into the swing of things when you decide to make a change.
Here are some tips courtesy of the Better Health Channel to help:
🗒 Plan your meals in advance & write a shopping list.
🍐 Keep a filled fruit bowl at home for fast, healthy snacks.
🥗 Vary your meals so you don't get bored.
💻 Search the internet to find interesting and easy recipes.
🍲 Meal prep in bulk to save time during the week.
🥣 Eat a healthy breakfast every day so you’re less likely to snack.
Remember: spending some time each week to plan ahead can make it much easier to stay on track with eating healthy!

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🍏Smart Eating Week🥕
Eating well in seems easy in theory but it can be hard to get into the swing of things when you decide to make a change.
Here are some tips courtesy of the Better Health Channel to help:
🗒 Plan your meals in advance & write a shopping list. 
🍐 Keep a filled fruit bowl at home for fast, healthy snacks.
🥗 Vary your meals so you dont get bored.
💻 Search the internet to find interesting and easy recipes.
🍲 Meal prep in bulk to save time during the week.
🥣 Eat a healthy breakfast every day so you’re less likely to snack.
Remember: spending some time each week to plan ahead can make it much easier to stay on track with eating healthy!

#SmartEatingWeek Dietitians Association of Australia

🍏Smart Eating Week🥕
Salt is delicious but too much salt is not healthy. It can lead to high blood pressure, which puts us at risk of stroke, heart disease and chronic kidney disease.
Here's a few tips from Better Health Channel on how to cut down your salt intake:
🧂 Look for products with 'no-added salt', 'reduced' or 'low salt'. The best choices are those with less than 120mg of sodium per 100g.
🧂 Instead of adding salt when cooking, try adding herbs and spices for additional flavour instead.
🧂 Try to eat more fresh foods rather than processed or packaged.
🧂 If you're a big salt eater, try and cut down slowly as the more salt you eat, the more you want!
For more tips and advice, please view Better Health Channel's slideshow:
www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/ten-tips/Cut-down-on-salt

#SmartEatingWeek Dietitians Association of Australia
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🍏Smart Eating Week🥕
Salt is delicious but too much salt is not healthy. It can lead to high blood pressure, which puts us at risk of stroke, heart disease and chronic kidney disease.
Heres a few tips from Better Health Channel on how to cut down your salt intake:
🧂 Look for products with no-added salt, reduced or low salt. The best choices are those with less than 120mg of sodium per 100g.
🧂 Instead of adding salt when cooking, try adding herbs and spices for additional flavour instead.
🧂 Try to eat  more fresh foods rather than processed or packaged. 
🧂 If youre a big salt eater, try and cut down slowly as the more salt you eat, the more you want!
For more tips and advice, please view Better Health Channels slideshow:
https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/ten-tips/Cut-down-on-salt

#SmartEatingWeek Dietitians Association of Australia

🍏Smart Eating Week🥕
Dietitians Association of Australia's Smart Eating Week is upon us and what is healthier than water?!
💦 Water is essential for life!
💦 The amount of water you should drink each day depends on your gender and age as well as if you're pregnant or breastfeeding. For a full list please click on the link below.
💦 For toddlers and pre-school aged children, water should be readily available at all times as young children in particular are at risk of thirst and dehydration.

www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/HealthyLiving/water-a-vital-nutrient

#SmartEatingWeek2020
Better Health Channel Victorian Department of Health & Human Services
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🍏Smart Eating Week🥕
Dietitians Association of Australias Smart Eating Week is upon us and what is healthier than water?!
💦 Water is essential for life!
💦 The amount of water you should drink each day depends on your gender and age as well as if youre pregnant or breastfeeding. For a full list please click on the link below.
💦 For toddlers and pre-school aged children, water should be readily available at all times as young children in particular are at risk of thirst and dehydration.

https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/HealthyLiving/water-a-vital-nutrient

#SmartEatingWeek2020
Better Health Channel Victorian Department of Health & Human Services

🍏Smart Eating Week🥕
Most of us are familiar with the good old 5 food groups, if not, please refer to the picture!
We're here to tell you about the Australian Dietary Guidelines courtesy of the Australian Government Department of Health:
1️⃣ To achieve and maintain a healthy weight, be physically active and choose amounts of nutritious food and drinks to meet your energy needs.
2️⃣ Enjoy a wide variety of nutritious foods from the five groups every day (and drink plenty of water!).
3️⃣ Limit intake of foods containing saturated fat, added salt, added sugars and alcohol.
4️⃣ Encourage, support and promote breastfeeding.
5️⃣ Care for your food; prepare and store it safely.

For further information please go to: www.eatforhealth.gov.au/guidelines/australian-dietary-guidelines-1-5

#SmartEatingWeek Dietitians Association of Australia
... See MoreSee Less

🍏Smart Eating Week🥕
Most of us are familiar with the good old 5 food groups, if not, please refer to the picture!
Were here to tell you about the Australian Dietary Guidelines courtesy of the Australian Government Department of Health:
1️⃣ To achieve and maintain a healthy weight, be physically active and choose amounts of nutritious food and drinks to meet your energy needs.
2️⃣ Enjoy a wide variety of nutritious foods from the five groups every day (and drink plenty of water!).
3️⃣ Limit intake of foods containing saturated fat, added salt, added sugars and alcohol.
4️⃣ Encourage, support and promote breastfeeding.
5️⃣ Care for your food; prepare and store it safely.

For further information please go to: https://www.eatforhealth.gov.au/guidelines/australian-dietary-guidelines-1-5

#SmartEatingWeek Dietitians Association of Australia
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