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Womens Health Checks

Women should have Pap smears every two years from age 18 or the time they begin having sex until they are 70 years old.  From about 40 years of age onwards women should have regular health checks to monitor blood pressure, weight, cholesterol and blood glucose (diabetes) and check the skin for skin cancers and pre-cancerous spots.  Mammograms and a bowel cancer check (Fecal Occult Blood Test) are recommended from age 50 (earlier if there is a family history). 


Practice News

Iron infusions available - if you have been diagnosed with iron deficiency, discuss the option of an iron infusion with your doctor

The worst flu season ever is now over - don't forget Influenza Vaccination for 2018 will be available from April 2018 - everyone over 65 and anyone under 65 with a health condition should get the flu vaccine

Register for My Health Record - the electronic health record – Previously called the PCEHR - visit the website

Please welcome our newest doctor -

Dr Sami Spencer – Sami has a particular interest in women's and children's health and mental health. 


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