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…
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Bulk billing for Children now available in Upper Mt Gravatt

The good news for families is that wish to make it easier for you to see us. We have reviewed our fees, and are now able to offer Bulk Billed consultations for children under 16 years old. Please understand this only applies to consultations for children 15 years and under during Monday to Friday. Our…
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Bulk billed Skin checks at Reydon Street Medical Centre on Friday 29 November 2019

TRIPLE M’S BIGGEST SKIN CHECK is back Bulk billed Skin checks at Reydon Street Medical Centre on Friday 29 November 2019 Last year we posted about the Triple M Biggest Skin Check day. Read more here… This year Triple M are running the Biggest Skin Check day again. As skin cancer and  melanoma are such…
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Babies can still have their vaccinations when they have a cold or are on antibiotics.

The doctors at Reydon Street Medical Centre get regular questions from parents asking if their baby can still have their vaccinations when they have a cold or are on antibiotics. The human body is an amazing thing and protects us from many infectious challenges on a daily basis. The immune system can cope with a…
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Measles and travel

As the summer approaches our patients are asking about the risk of measles and other travel vaccinations and precautions to take. For those of  us not used to seeing measles, it  is a truly horrible disease which is easily passed from one person to another. Even in previously healthy individuals it can cause serious illness…
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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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Have you checked your poo lately?

BOWEL CANCER – A SIMPLE HOME TEST COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE Bowel cancer is the second biggest cause of cancer death in Australia and kills up to 80 Australians each week. Up to 90% of these can be avoided if diagnosed early. If you are over 50 years old you are at increased risk. Luckily…
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Coronavirus advice

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 Wuhan City (Hubei Province, China) in the 14 days before the onset of illness. OR Travel to an area with evidence of sustained human-to-human transmission, or a…
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It’s Christmas….opening times

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The doctors and staff wish all our patients a peaceful and healthy festive season. We will be available except  on the public holidays and Saturday  28 December 2019 Closures as follows: Christmas Eve Early closing depending on demand Christmas Day                   Closed all Day Bowing Day                        Closed all Day Saturday 28 December Closed all…
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Medications for Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease

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Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD) is a common condition affecting up to 20% of Australians adults weekly. Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are common and highly effective medications used to treat reflux. PPIs are some of the most commonly prescribed medications in Australia.  The government has recently implemented changes to the PBS to restrict the prescription of…
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