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    • SEPTEMBER 5, 2017
    To my patients – my friends

    To my patients – my friends

    The Queen Street Medical Centre has a mission statement that refers to our shared journey. I am confronting an illness that will see our paths separate for a period of time. I am now being asked to do what I have been asking of you over the years. The strength and resilience you have shown me in the years we have been together as doctor and patient is the template that I can follow through this time.

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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 17, 2017
    A sense of community is integral to high quality care

    A sense of community is integral to high quality care

    ANU medical student Jessica Weber believes “one of the things I like most about training in a smaller town is that you see a far greater continuity of care for patients than in the larger cities. The thing I’ve noticed during my time at the Queen Street Medical Centre is that the doctors are all very involved not only within their medical practice, but within the broader community as well.”

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    • JULY 11, 2017
    Hearing loss – you can’t fake it

    Hearing loss – you can’t fake it

    According to research many people with hearing impairment don’t accept their disability initially. Audiometrist Gerry Taniane says “a loss of hearing is more obvious than any pair of hearing aids. Your friends, associates, clients and loved ones are already aware of your hearing loss. You can push it out of your mind, however you are fooling only yourself.”

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