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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 

UPDATE!.We are now back to face-to-face consultations.  On arrival, please call the Clinic from your car and the Doctor/Nurse will let you in when ready. Script clinic (except for painkillers/sleeping tablets or anti-anxiety meds) will remain via phone.

Any correspondence that requires collection can be done through our collection window located on the driveway side of the building.

If you have fever or any cold/flu like symptoms please inform our reception staff as strict infection control measures need to apply.

Thank you for your understanding and ongoing support during this pandemic. If you want more information about COVID19 please visit the Australian Government – Department of Health. https://www.health.gov.au/…/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-hea… or call de Wangaratta Hotline 1800 324 942
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If you have a medical emergency please phone 000 immediately.

We are currently not taking new patients.

Welcome to Wangaratta Medical Centre

A well-known private medical practice providing high quality, up-to-date services with a focus on caring for our patients, the community and the environment.

OPENING HOURS

Monday to Friday 08:30 am to 05:30 pm

Saturday 09:00 am to 12:00 pm

​After-hours service 24/7
(for existing patients only)
contact the clinic on 03 5722 1500

WHAT ABOUT MY RESULTS?

We prefer that patients book an appointment with their doctor to discuss their results.

If you have your mobile number registered with us, you will receive a SMS indicating what further action you need to take.

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In 2021, Teal Ribbon Day will be held on Wednesday 24 February.
It’s a day to support Australians affected by ovarian cancer, honour those we have lost and raise awareness of this deadly disease to change the story for future generations.
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In 2021, Teal Ribbon Day will be held on Wednesday 24 February.
It’s a day to support Australians affected by ovarian cancer, honour those we have lost and raise awareness of this deadly disease to change the story for future generations.

Every year in Australia over 1,500 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and sadly, less than one in two will survive five years.

Living with ovarian cancer can be shocking, confusing and life-changing for both those diagnosed and their families. 

Fill out you symptoms diary and to your doctor about it.

www.ovariancancer.net.au/page/134/signs-and-symptoms
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4 days ago

Every year in Australia over 1,500 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and sadly, less than one in two will survive five years.

Living with ovarian cancer can be shocking, confusing and life-changing for both those diagnosed and their families. 

Fill out you symptoms diary  and to your doctor about it.

https://www.ovariancancer.net.au/page/134/signs-and-symptoms

Heart disease is Australia’s leading single cause of death, with 18,590 deaths attributed to heart disease in Australia in 2017. Heart disease kills one Australian every 28 minutes. Help raise awareness for the devastating statistics of heart disease and much needed funds for life-saving heart research, and help keep families together for longer. #wearredanddonate #redfeb #HROz #researchsaveslives #heartdiseaseawareness. ... See MoreSee Less

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Heart disease is Australia’s leading single cause of death, with 18,590 deaths attributed to heart disease in Australia in 2017. Heart disease kills one Australian every 28 minutes. Help raise awareness for the devastating statistics of heart disease and much needed funds for life-saving heart research, and help keep families together for longer. #wearredanddonate  #redfeb #HROz #researchsaveslives #heartdiseaseawareness.

February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Each year in Australia around 1,500 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer. In most cases the cancer will be diagnosed at an advanced stage, where it is very difficult to treat.
#ocam2021 www.ovariancancer.net.au/
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February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. Each year in Australia around 1,500 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer. In most cases the cancer will be diagnosed at an advanced stage, where it is very difficult to treat.
#ocam2021 https://www.ovariancancer.net.au/
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  Wangaratta Medical Centre acknowledges the Traditional Owners and custodians of the lands on which we base our activity.
We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and future.