Newsletter October 2019 – Sexual Health Update

31 Oct 2019Newsletter October 2019 – Sexual Health Update

This month I was lucky enough to be invited to speak to some health science students at La Trobe University to promote sexual and reproductive well-being. We talked all things sex with no topic being out of bounds and of course, an abundance of free condoms were given out. Some of the most common sexually […]

Newsletter September 2019 – Travel Vaccinations Update

25 Oct 2019Newsletter September 2019 – Travel Vaccinations Update

For any of you who are lucky enough to be disappearing somewhere warm over the next few months check out Nurse Jill’s travel update. It’s a great reminder of some of the important things that should be considered before venturing anywhere afar! Hi, Nurse Jill here. I recently attended an update on travel health and thought […]

Newsletter August 2019- Winter blues or feeling SAD???

30 Aug 2019Newsletter August 2019- Winter blues or feeling SAD???

In the depths of winter with constant cold, dark, grey days, it’s easy to lose your mojo to hit the gym, socialise or even get out of your warm and cosy bed.  For some people, this inability to be enthused with life can be more than just feeling a little bit flat and be far […]

Newsletter July 2019- Measles update

2 Jul 2019Newsletter July 2019- Measles update

We have had an influx of queries about the measles vaccine for our younger patients and also from many of you who are older. Nurse Jill has put some information together for you and your loved ones to help decide if vaccination is something you need to consider. We have an update from Dr Tamsin […]

Newsletter June 2019- Let’s talk babies

12 Jun 2019Newsletter June 2019- Let’s talk babies

It’s been a busy month at Turn the Corner, with record numbers of flu vaccines being administered by our clinical staff. We’ve welcomed two new administration team members, Amelia-Emily and Sarah who are introduced in more detail below.  Dr Kinga Price talks to us all things babies, a very informative piece for anyone thinking about […]

Newsletter May 2019- Introducing our Good on ya Clinic

30 May 2019Newsletter May 2019- Introducing our Good on ya Clinic

We have seen a huge uptake on influenza vaccination this year which is great. If you have put off having your flu shot and still want one, contact us to check availability. Turn the Corner’s entrance has had a facelift.  With the new look has also brought some changes to how you are checked in […]

Newsletter April 2019- Flu vaccines

13 Apr 2019Newsletter April 2019- Flu vaccines

Flu Vaccines If you are one of the many people who have asked about flu vaccines, then this newsletter will answer some of your questions. The information is taken from experts in the field and will hopefully provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision this flu season.   If this […]

Newsletter March 2019 – Intraoperative Floppy Iris Syndrome

25 Mar 2019Newsletter March 2019 – Intraoperative Floppy Iris Syndrome

Welcome to our new staff members, Rudo, Mike and Jill. Rudo and Mike join the administration team at the front desk and Jill is a welcome addition to our nursing team. Rudo came to Australia as an undergraduate 11 years ago. A mother of one who loves to study and cook, she has a strong […]

Newsletter February 2019 – Introducing Dr Imogen

28 Feb 2019Newsletter February 2019 – Introducing Dr Imogen

With February having flown by this year, it feels like a long time ago that I was on a beach enjoying the sun. One of the things still on my to-do list is to get a skin check done. When did you last have yours? As a clinic we are doing more skin checks and […]

Newsletter January 2019 – Chickenpox

31 Jan 2019Newsletter January 2019 – Chickenpox

Just before we closed for Christmas we saw lots of young children with Chickenpox. We’ve put together some key information to keep you informed. Chickenpox, also known as Varicella is a highly contagious viral infection. It causes well defined small red spots which blister and can be both incredibly itchy and uncomfortable. People are usually […]