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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

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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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🌏World Diabetes Day🌏
This infographic from International Diabetes Federation is not meant to scare you but to raise awareness of the seriousness that is this ever increasing chronic illness.
🌀According to Diabetes Australia, an estimated 2 million Aussies are at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes and are already showing early signs of the condition.
🌀Type 1 diabetes accounts for 10% of all diabetes and is increasing.
🌀Type 2 diabetes accounts for 85% of all diabetes and is increasing.
🌀Gestational diabetes in pregnancy is increasing.

Please take this short quiz to find out your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes in the next 5 years: www.diabetesaustralia.com.au/risk-calculator
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🌏World Diabetes Day🌏
This infographic from International Diabetes Federation is not meant to scare you but to raise awareness of the seriousness that is this ever increasing chronic illness.
🌀According to Diabetes Australia, an estimated 2 million Aussies are at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes and are already showing early signs of the condition.
🌀Type 1 diabetes accounts for 10% of all diabetes and is increasing.
🌀Type 2 diabetes accounts for 85% of all diabetes and is increasing.
🌀Gestational diabetes in pregnancy is increasing.

Please take this short quiz to find out your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes in the next 5 years: https://www.diabetesaustralia.com.au/risk-calculator

💚PANDA Week 2019🧡
Postnatal psychosis is a rare but serious illness that affects one to two new mums in every 1000 and can put both mother and baby at risk. It almost always requires hospital admission. The symptoms often arrive suddenly and can include extreme mood swings, significant behaviour changes and loss of touch with reality.
If you suspect a new mum you know may have postnatal psychosis, you can:
• take her to a doctor
• take her to the nearest hospital emergency department
• call PANDA’s National Helpline – 1300 726 306

#PANDAWeek2019 #PANDAnational www.panda.org.au/
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💚PANDA Week 2019🧡
Postnatal psychosis is a rare but serious illness that affects one to two new mums in every 1000 and can put both mother and baby at risk. It almost always requires hospital admission. The symptoms often arrive suddenly and can include extreme mood swings, significant behaviour changes and loss of touch with reality. 
If you suspect a new mum you know may have postnatal psychosis, you can:
• take her to a doctor
• take her to the nearest hospital emergency department
• call PANDA’s National Helpline – 1300 726 306

#PANDAWeek2019 #PANDAnational https://www.panda.org.au/

🧡PANDA Week 2019💚
Recognising perinatal anxiety and depression can be difficult for a number of reasons and symptoms are often dismissed as normal parts of a pregnancy or early parenthood.
Signs may include:
🧡Feeling sad, low, or crying for no obvious reason
💚Persistent, generalised worry, often focused on fears for the health or wellbeing of your baby
🧡Being nervous, ‘on edge’, or panicky
💚Being easily annoyed or irritated
🧡Withdrawing from friends and family
💚Difficulties sleeping, even when your baby is sleeping
🧡Abrupt mood swings
💚Feeling constantly tired and lacking energy
🧡Physical symptoms like nausea, vomiting, cold sweats, lack of appetite
💚Having little or no interest in the things that normally bring you joy
🧡Fear of being alone or with others
💚Finding it difficult to focus, concentrate or remember
🧡Increased alcohol or drug use
💚Panic attacks
🧡Developing obsessive or compulsive behaviours
💚Thoughts of death, suicide or harming your baby.
If you are experiencing any of the above, please contact your family doctor, Northeast Health Wangaratta / Albury Wodonga Health's Early Motherhood Service: 03 5722 5472 and/or PANDA’s National Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Helpline: 1300 726 306 (9am-7.30pm Mon – Fri AEST/AEDT).

#PANDAWeek2019 #PANDAnational #LetsGetReal
www.panda.org.au/
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🧡PANDA Week 2019💚
Recognising perinatal anxiety and depression can be difficult for a number of reasons and symptoms are often dismissed as normal parts of a pregnancy or early parenthood. 
Signs may include:
🧡Feeling sad, low, or crying for no obvious reason
💚Persistent, generalised worry, often focused on fears for the health or wellbeing of your baby
🧡Being nervous, ‘on edge’, or panicky
💚Being easily annoyed or irritated
🧡Withdrawing from friends and family
💚Difficulties sleeping, even when your baby is sleeping
🧡Abrupt mood swings
💚Feeling constantly tired and lacking energy
🧡Physical symptoms like nausea, vomiting, cold sweats, lack of appetite
💚Having little or no interest in the things that normally bring you joy 
🧡Fear of being alone or with others
💚Finding it difficult to focus, concentrate or remember
🧡Increased alcohol or drug use
💚Panic attacks
🧡Developing obsessive or compulsive behaviours
💚Thoughts of death, suicide or harming your baby.
If you are experiencing any of the above, please contact your family doctor, Northeast Health Wangaratta / Albury Wodonga Healths Early Motherhood Service: 03 5722 5472 and/or PANDA’s National Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Helpline: 1300 726 306 (9am-7.30pm Mon – Fri AEST/AEDT).

#PANDAWeek2019 #PANDAnational #LetsGetReal
https://www.panda.org.au/
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