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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.

Current UV

Don’t forget, when the UV is 3 or over, make sure you remember to slip! slop! slap! seek! slide!

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πŸ€”Trivia Tuesday - Round 3 of 3πŸ€”

πŸ’§πŸ”In celebration of IBS Month, all questions will be based on IBSπŸ”πŸ’§
As always answers revealed at the end of the day.

Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

πŸ’™ A. 20-30%
πŸ’š B. 3-5%
πŸ’› C. 1-2%
🧑 D. 10-15%
#TriviaTuesday #nofilter
#nefmfun
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πŸ€”Trivia Tuesday - Round 3 of 3πŸ€”

πŸ’§πŸ”In celebration of IBS Month, all questions will be based on IBSπŸ”πŸ’§
As always answers revealed at the end of the day.

Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

πŸ’™ A. 20-30%
πŸ’š B. 3-5%
πŸ’› C. 1-2%
🧑 D. 10-15%
#TriviaTuesday #Nofilter
#NEFMfun

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And the answer is D! 10-15% percent of the population has IBS. Mostly affecting a population under the age of 50.

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πŸ€”Trivia Tuesday - Round 2 of 3πŸ€”

πŸ’§πŸ”In celebration of IBS Month, all questions will be based on IBSπŸ”πŸ’§
As always answers revealed at the end of the day.

Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

πŸ’™ A. Heartburn
πŸ’š B. Fever
πŸ’› C. Blood in stool
🧑 D. Anemia

#TriviaTuesday #nofilter
#nefmfun
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πŸ€”Trivia Tuesday - Round 2 of 3πŸ€”

πŸ’§πŸ”In celebration of IBS Month, all questions will be based on IBSπŸ”πŸ’§
As always answers revealed at the end of the day.

Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

πŸ’™ A. Heartburn
πŸ’š B. Fever
πŸ’› C. Blood in stool
🧑 D. Anemia

#TriviaTuesday #Nofilter
#NEFMfun

Comment on Facebook

And the answer is A! Heartburn is a common symptom for IBS, usually caused by poor muscle function of the intestinal tract.

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πŸ€”Trivia Tuesday - Round 1 of 3πŸ€”

πŸ’§πŸ”In celebration of IBS Month, all questions will be based on IBSπŸ”πŸ’§
As always answers revealed at the end of the day.

Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

πŸ’™ A. David Bowie
πŸ’š B. Tyra Banks
πŸ’› C. Miley Cyrus
🧑 D. Hugh Jackman
#TriviaTuesday #nofilter
#nefmfun
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πŸ€”Trivia Tuesday - Round 1 of 3πŸ€”

πŸ’§πŸ”In celebration of IBS Month, all questions will be based on IBSπŸ”πŸ’§
As always answers revealed at the end of the day.

Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

πŸ’™ A. David Bowie
πŸ’š B. Tyra Banks
πŸ’› C. Miley Cyrus
🧑 D. Hugh Jackman 
#TriviaTuesday #Nofilter 
#NEFMfun

Comment on Facebook

B

And the answer is B! Supermodel Tyra Banks has IBS.

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It coming to that time of the year. NEFM will soon be offering flu vaccines. We understand that many of you are keen to be vaccinated against influenza this year.
We will be offering our vaccines on a needs basis first, but this is dependent on the stock we have available. Our patients will be notified via text message/SMS (or phone call for those who do not have a mobile) and will be invited to make a booking. All flu clinic appointment will be booked through an online portal.
For those not able to receive a government funded vaccine, privately funded vaccines will be available and can be paid for at the time of booking.
As stated before, we are limited by the arrival of government supplied vaccines so please be patient with us.

A few of important points to be aware of:
- If you have had your COVID vaccine within the last 2 weeks, or booked for your Covid-19 Vaccine inside the next 2 weeks, you will need to delay your Flu vaccine.
- Clinics are likely to be held over the weekends, and we only be offered through these clinics.
- Please be aware the clinics are just for Flu vaccines, we can not provide any medical services at the time (such as scripts etc)

Any questions, please contact the clinic on 0357235400
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It coming to that time of the year. NEFM will soon be offering flu vaccines. We understand that many of you are keen to be vaccinated against influenza this year. 
We will be offering our vaccines on a needs basis first, but this is dependent on the stock we have available. Our patients will be notified via text message/SMS (or phone call for those who do not have a mobile) and will be invited to make a booking. All flu clinic appointment will be booked through an online portal. 
For those not able to receive a government funded vaccine, privately funded vaccines will be available and can be paid for at the time of booking.
As stated before, we are limited by the arrival of government supplied vaccines so please be patient with us.

A few of important points to be aware of:
- If you have had your COVID vaccine within the last 2 weeks, or booked for your Covid-19 Vaccine inside the next 2 weeks, you will need to delay your Flu vaccine.
- Clinics are likely to be held over the weekends, and we only be offered through these clinics.
- Please be aware the clinics are just for Flu vaccines, we can not provide any medical services at the time (such as scripts etc)

Any questions, please contact the clinic on 0357235400

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Yvonne Muraca .....fyi

πŸ€”Trivia Tuesday - Round 3 of 3πŸ€”

πŸ’‰πŸ¬In celebration of 100 years of insulin, all questions will be based on Insulin & Diabetes.πŸ¬πŸ’‰
As always answers revealed at the end of the day.

Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

πŸ’™ A. Japan
πŸ’š B. New Zealand
πŸ’› C. Turkey
🧑 D. Australia

#TriviaTuesday #Nofilter DiabetesAus
#NEFMfun
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πŸ€”Trivia Tuesday - Round 3 of 3πŸ€”

πŸ’‰πŸ¬In celebration of 100 years of insulin, all questions will be based on Insulin & Diabetes.πŸ¬πŸ’‰
As always answers revealed at the end of the day.

Honesty system folks, no Dr Google allowed!

πŸ’™ A. Japan
πŸ’š B. New Zealand
πŸ’› C. Turkey
🧑 D. Australia

#TriviaTuesday #Nofilter DiabetesAus
#NEFMfun

Comment on Facebook

And the answer is D! The worlds first portable blood glucose was developed in Australia by Stanley Clark.

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