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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 – 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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💟October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!💟

It’s so important to ensure you‘re confident identifying any physical changes in your breasts that may be an indication of breast cancer. Confidence comes with learning your breasts through regular checks and knowing what to look for.

Breast changes that may indicate breast cancer include:
• a new lump or lumpiness, especially if it's only in one breast
• a change in the size or shape of the breast
• a change to the nipple, such as crusting, ulcer, redness or inversion
• a nipple discharge that occurs without squeezing
• a change in the skin of the breast such as redness or dimpling
• an unusual pain that doesn't go away.

If you see or feel any of these changes or are concerned, see your doctor for a breast examination.

Please check out this video for examples of the type of changes you should be looking for:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCvFMTJgD1I&has_verified=1&fbclid=IwAR1XHSaDyJRiPIkva0w1eMfeSa5lP2FC2Q_e0...
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💟October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!💟

It’s so important to ensure you‘re confident identifying any physical changes in your breasts that may be an indication of breast cancer. Confidence comes with learning your breasts through regular checks and knowing what to look for.

Breast changes that may indicate breast cancer include:
• a new lump or lumpiness, especially if its only in one breast
• a change in the size or shape of the breast
• a change to the nipple, such as crusting, ulcer, redness or inversion
• a nipple discharge that occurs without squeezing
• a change in the skin of the breast such as redness or dimpling
• an unusual pain that doesnt go away. 

If you see or feel any of these changes or are concerned, see your doctor for a breast examination. 

Please check out this video for examples of the type of changes you should be looking for:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCvFMTJgD1I&has_verified=1&fbclid=IwAR1XHSaDyJRiPIkva0w1eMfeSa5lP2FC2Q_e0HygGza8anNqsHebKVnjA90

The clinic will be closed today due to the AFL Grand Final Public Holiday.
We will resume normal operating hours on Monday 26th October.
You can always book online @ northeastfamilymedicine.com.au/appointment-booking/
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The clinic will be closed today due to the AFL Grand Final Public Holiday. 
We will resume normal operating hours on Monday 26th October. 
You can always book online @ northeastfamilymedicine.com.au/appointment-booking/

🤔Trivia Tuesday - Round 3 of 3🤔
🌏World Osteoporosis Day🌏

Answers revealed at the end of the day.
Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

💙 A. Excessive alcohol intake
💚 B. Smoking
💛 C. Low levels of physical activity
🧡 D. Weight - thin body build or excessive weight
❤️ E. All of the above

#triviatuesday #worldosteoporosisday
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🤔Trivia Tuesday - Round 3 of 3🤔
🌏World Osteoporosis Day🌏

Answers revealed at the end of the day.
Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

💙 A. Excessive alcohol intake
💚 B. Smoking
💛 C. Low levels of physical activity
🧡 D. Weight - thin body build or excessive weight
❤️ E. All of the above

#TriviaTuesday #WorldOsteoporosisDay

Comment on Facebook

❤️ E - too easy for you smart cookies today. Thank you all for joining us again this Tuesday.

E.

E

E

E. All of the above

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🤔Trivia Tuesday - Round 2 of 3🤔
🌏World Osteoporosis Day🌏

Answers revealed at the end of the day.
Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

💙 A. True
💚 B. False

#triviatuesday #worldosteoporosisday
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🤔Trivia Tuesday - Round 2 of 3🤔
🌏World Osteoporosis Day🌏

Answers revealed at the end of the day.
Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

💙 A. True
💚 B. False

#TriviaTuesday #WorldOsteoporosisDay

Comment on Facebook

B 💚False! From Osteoporosis Australia You can "in many cases by looking after your bones as part of your general health. Your bones require calcium, vitamin D and exercise on a regular basis. Habits like smoking and excessive alcohol intake are bad for bones. It is also important to be aware of particular risk factors for low bone density. Risk factors include: family history of osteoporosis, low calcium and vitamin D levels and some conditions or medications. If you have any of the risk factors speak to your doctor."

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B

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A. True

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