News and Notices:
Latest news and notices from Parkwood Medical Centre:
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Health and Lifestyle News and Information:
Winter is here: Many of us will catch the common cold this winter. There are many ways to protect yourself and others from this and from infections of any sort; helping your immune system by, getting plenty of rest, eating balanced healthy meals, sleeping well and getting regular excersise; protect against the flu, by ensuring you get your annual flu injection; cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough, and, ensuring you wash your hands often and always.
Coronavirus Disease: Incidences of the virus appear to have abated in Australia, but we need to continue to be diligent and follow all recommended advice. See information available on the Department of Health WA website here, as well as, on The World Health Organisation (WHO) Corona Virus Information website. If you have a fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, or, suspect that you may have the virus, please call your doctor.
Adult Measles Vaccination Program: People born in or after 1966, who have not already received two doses of a measles-containing vaccine, can still receive the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination for free at the Practice. If you fall into this category, please contact the practice for an appointment.
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Doctors are often busy with patients during our normal opening hours, although they may sometimes be interrupted for emergency advice. Our practice nurses can help when the doctor is unavailable, and our reception staff are experienced in deciding the appropriate response to any phone request.
For privacy and secure messaging reasons, we do not respond to messages sent via email. If you send a message and require a response, please contact the Practice on (08) 9457 4895.
Results are reviewed by your doctor and acted on in a timely manner. We will contact you if necessary. If you wish to contact us yourself, please call the Practice between 1.00pm and 2.00pm, and the nurse will be able to help you.
The Practice has a computerised Recall/Reminder system. Some information is also transferred to the National Register (e.g. immunisation data) or State-based systems (e.g. cervical screening or breast screening registries).
A notification of your recall/reminder will be sent by SMS to your mobile phone and if you do not have one, you will receive a letter.
Kindly inform Reception if your details change. Should you require further information please speak to your Doctor.
Your feedback regarding our practice and services is always welcome. There is a suggestion box in the waiting room. If you have any particular concerns, you can ask to speak to Folu, our Practice Manager, who handles complaints and concerns.
If you are still dissatisfied, or unable to come to a resolution, you can contact the following formal complaint body: The Health and Disability Services Complaints Office (HaDSCO) https://www.hadsco.wa.gov.au/complaints or telephone 1800 813 583.