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​Newsletter Apr 2017 – Meningococcal Disease

28 Apr 2017​Newsletter Apr 2017 – Meningococcal Disease

The longer days are behind us now and where did the summer go? It’s this time of year we start to think about keeping ourselves well with the usual winter illnesses just around the corner. One way you can protect yourself and your family is getting vaccinated against the flu. The adult formula of the […]

LGBTI Clients are welcome at Turn The Corner

14 Oct 2014LGBTI Clients are welcome at Turn The Corner

When my family moved to Melbourne from rural NSW, it was Northcote’s acceptance of diversity that was a major attraction. All the staff at Turn The Corner celebrate that diversity and want to help improve the overall health and well being of all our clients. Book online with us now by clicking the Appointments link. […]

Caring for the next generation

3 Sep 2014Caring for the next generation

Here at Turn The Corner we pride ourselves on caring for the next generation – our clients’ babies and kids. Northcote is a great family-friendly suburb. Our well-loved parks and bike tracks are testament to this, and you only need to wander up High Street to see prams and scooters in abundance. I have three […]

Welcoming Elin Davies and Sophie Wright

30 Apr 2014Welcoming Elin Davies and Sophie Wright

It is with great pleasure that we welcome Sophie and Elin as new receptionists. Sophie has worked with me in Collins St., and Elin is studying at Melbourne Uni. Frances met the man of her dreams and moved to Geelong…! We wish her all the best, and thank her for all her help in getting […]

Beer Guts and Muffin Tops

24 Mar 2014Beer Guts and Muffin Tops

If you can make regular exercise part of the way you live your life, and make changes to your relationship with food, then you can get healthy, stay trim and live a longer life. Men and women out there, if you don’t want to tuck your shirt into your trousers, because of the “muffin top” […]

Our gorgeous sign…

5 Mar 2014Our gorgeous sign…

Thanks to Mick Pearse for the metalwork, and Richard McMillan for the signwriting.

Herpes Vaccine Trials Show Promise in Australian trial

4 Feb 2014Herpes Vaccine Trials Show Promise in Australian trial

Professor Ian Frazer. A VACCINE being developed by Professor Ian Frazer to prevent and treat the herpes simplex virus (HSV-2) has proven to be safe in a phase 1 clinical trial. Professor Frazer said the results were “very encouraging”. He is hoping to extend the trial into the next phase which will be human trials […]

Turn the Corner supports Sanjiwani Public Health Mission in Nepal

11 Dec 2013Turn the Corner supports Sanjiwani Public Health Mission in Nepal

Turn the Corner supports Sanjiwani Public Health Mission in Nepal

The future is an empty waiting room

5 Jul 2011The future is an empty waiting room

We need to reconnect with the basic principles of medicine to ensure we have a say in the future. The attached opinion piece is based on the modern version of the Hippocratic oath. Download File Hippocratic Oath I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant: I will respect the […]