General Practitioners and Social Workers in Sydney’s northern suburbs are collaborating to improve people’s daily lives through an innovative and free program.
Community Health News
A new bowel cancer screening test has become available and people who’ve done the test say it’s quick, clean and easier than they expected.
Australian optometrists Dresden Optics want eye care to be accessible to everyone. They began as a start-up in 2015 and now owns six stores across Sydney and Melbourne.
Dr Guy Gordon addresses the topic “When does Sadness become Depression?”
Local Aboriginal families from the Ryde region, connected at the ON TRACK for Christmas gathering, in Putney Park this week.
Our region has low levels of bowel cancer screening rates. This article contains information for the public about bowel cancer screening.
New Cancer Council research shows that an alarming number of adults are getting sunburnt on summer weekends.
The Sydney North Primary Health Network are putting the message out this holiday season to make sure you check in with elderly members of your community who can sometimes be forgotten over Christmas and New Year.
Self-collection of samples should not be offered to women with the commencement of the renewed program on 1 December 2017 until further notice.
The Australian Government is seeking community input on how to best implement planned new Specialist Dementia Care Units (SDCUs) for people living with severe behaviours associated with advanced dementia.