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    • SEPTEMBER 22, 2017
    Extending north… to BROULEE

    Extending north… to BROULEE

    We’re extending our services north…to Broulee!  From Tuesday 3rd October 2017 we’ll be welcoming our patients to Queen Street Medical Centre Broulee at 33 Clarke Street. “We are excited by our expansion to Broulee. It fits into our commitment to Banksia and allows us to continue to build on the local service initiated by Dr Tuckwell.” says Queen Street Medical partner Dr Steve Murray. Doctors Angela Bennett and Lisa Hyde will continue to consult from the practice which will be open for longer weekday hours from 8.30am to 5.00pm…

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    • AUGUST 25, 2017
    MRI lands in Moruya

    MRI lands in Moruya

    After two years of planning and construction South East Radiology’s MRI scanner was finally lowered by crane into its new home here at QSMC on Saturday 29 July. The MRI  is now fully operational and providing scanning services to patients.  This is a milestone in medical services for the Eurobodalla as patients needing an MRI scan have previously had to travel to Nowra, Canberra or Bega.

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    • JULY 13, 2017
    My Health Record –  secure from cyber threats

    My Health Record – secure from cyber threats

    Despite recent claims of Medicare number hacks on the dark web, a Department of Health spokeswoman has assured that just having a Medicare card number does not allow My Health Record information to be accessed or hacked, despite some misinformation to the contrary. The Australian Digital Health Agency’s Digital Health Cyber Security Centre has controls in place to prevent a malicious attack…

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    • MAY 19, 2017
    Eating for eye health – it’s Macular Degeneration Awareness Week 21-27 May

    Eating for eye health – it’s Macular Degeneration Awareness Week 21-27 May

    About one in seven Australians, or 1.15 million people over the age of 50 have some evidence of Macular Degeneration (MD) which is the leading cause of blindness in Australians. The good news is that a diet high in leafy green vegetables, fish, nuts and seeds can reduce your risks – eating well can prevent or slow progression of this condition writes dietitian Carole Richards…

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