Appointment and other reminders

Did you know this is World Haemochromatosis Week?

Haemochromatosis is the most common genetic disorder in Australia. For the 1 in 200 people affected, and the iron overload it can cause serious health problems The most common symptoms of this inherited iron overload disorder are: •  Fatigue, weakness and lethargy•  Joint pains Other symptoms can include: •  Abdominal pain•  Diabetes•  Liver disorders; enlarged…

Don’t put off speaking to your GP. It may make things worse.

There is growing concern in Australia, that patients are not seeking healthcare either for new problems and routine conditions like hypertension and diabetes because they are fearful of going out to visit their GP. The worry is that patients will get sicker before they are seen or they develop problems and their long term health…

We can now do TELEHEALTH telephone and video consultations

Consultations are now by telephone or video  whenever possible. We can now Bulk Bill Patients  eligible for the Medicare Rebates for telephone and video consultations (TELEHEALTH). Book a TELEHEALTH consultation here We have to take this step to minimise the risk of infection to our staff and also to encourage people to remain at home…

COVID-19 Alert

COVID-19 Alert – Changes to appointments We will be conducting phone consultations rather than face-to-face consultations as the first point of contact whenever possible. We have to take this step to minimise the risk of infection to our staff and also to encourage people to remain at home and reduce their exposure to the virus.…

Coronavirus advice updated 27 February 2020

There is a lot of concern in the news and media regards a novel virus originating in Wuhan, China. Patients who pose the greatest risk include: Travel to China in the 14 days before the onset of illness. OR Travel to the following within 14 days before onset of illness: Hong KongIndonesiaIranItalyJapanSingaporeSouth KoreaOR Close contact…

More choice for patient’s at Reydon Street Medical Centre

We are pleased to offer more choice to patients as we will be joined Dr Neha Pandeya soon. Dr Pandeya grew up locally in Brisabane, and trained at University of Queensland. She has worked in North Queensland before returning home to Brisbane. Being interested in paediatrics, her previous experience includes roles at the Queensland Children’s Hospital…

We are pleased to announce we have a new doctor joining us at Reydon Street Medical Centre.

Dr Brittany Wakefield joins Reydon Street Medical Centre View Post “We are pleased to announce we have a new doctor joining us at Reydon Street Medical Centre. Dr Brittany Wakefield is a Queensland trained GP who grew up on the Gold Coast. She has been working in Maleny where is very highly regarded, and the…
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