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    • JANUARY 9, 2018

    To our patients…from Dr Carlson

    I wish to advise you that I am leaving Queen Street Medical Centre to pursue a new and challenging opportunity in a medical practice at Milton.

    It is with some sadness that I leave many of you whom I have cared for, for up to 23 years in some cases. You are friends as well as patients and this decision has not been easy.

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    • JANUARY 9, 2018
    Salads with attitude

    Salads with attitude

    When is a salad not just a salad? QSMC dietitian Carole Richards gives us 10 easy and delicious ways we can nutritionally boost and transform our salads into stand-alone meals.

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    • NOVEMBER 28, 2017
    The Pap Test has changed – what you need to know

    The Pap Test has changed – what you need to know

    From 1 December 2017, a new Cervical Screening Test, which aims to detect the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is replacing the Pap test (or Pap smear) for women aged 25–74.  This program is changing based on the latest available evidence on the development and prevention of cervical cancer. Women who have been vaccinated against HPV still need to have regular cervical screening, as the vaccine does not protect again all types of HPV.

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    • OCTOBER 30, 2017
    Farewell Steve

    Farewell Steve

    We are so sorry to have to give you this deeply sad news that our dearest friend, colleague and our practice Partner GP, Dr Steve Murray passed away on Friday 27 October 2017.

    At these times we often find ourselves lost for words but perhaps we can find some comfort from these recently expressed by Steve:

    “So many of you have grown into friends over these many years. I am humbled but bolstered by the overwhelming flow of love and support and the courage that is brought to myself and my family.”
    “Continue to strive for Better Health in yourself, which was always our shared goal and my greatest reward.”

    Dr Steve Murray
    2 April 1953 to 27 October 2017

    All at our practice extend our deepest sympathy to Chris and all Steve’s family and we are enormously appreciative of the condolences and tributes we have received here at QSMC.

    “Let’s honour the legacy of Dad’s life work over his 35 years of practice in Moruya. We aim to keep his service alive in the community and region. All proceeds will go towards cancer prevention, early detection and holistic care in local institutions.”

    Danny and Bernadette Murray

    To find out more and to make a donation click here:  http://www.mycause.com.au/page/164632

    Prue Beckett – Practice Manager

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