We Are very excited to welcome Dr Rachel Judranatha to the team at central West Medical Centre. Dr Judranatha Graduated from the university of New South Wales in 2016, Since then she has been working in different hospitals in both NSW and Victoria. Her main interests include women’s health, Aged-care and preventative medicine. Outside of work she enjoys baking, watching Musicals and travelling. Dr Judranatha also speaks Indonesian.
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Our health is one of the most important things to maintain at the best of times, so in times like these, making sure that we stay healthy is of the utmost importance. It will not only benefit us individually, but it will benefit our loved ones and the community in general if we all take steps to make sure that we stay in good health through this difficult period. Here are a few tips to help you achieve this goal 1. Eat Healthy Our Diet is a huge contributor to our health and how we feel on [...]
Central West Medical Centre introduces Mirena into there Women's Health Services The staff at central west medical centre focus on giving the highest quality of care to all out patients and we are always looking for ways to improve on the care that we provide. Recently there has been an upgrade to our women’s health services and we now provide Mirena and Implanon insertions by a trained service GP provider. This service will commence Friday 22/2/2020 to women in and around the Braybrook, Sunshine and Maidstone area. We Encourage early bookings as there are limited spaces. This service includes pre [...]
Why you need a flu shot this season Close-up hands,nurses are vaccinations to patients using the syringe.Doctor vaccinating women in hospital.Are treated by the use of sterile injectable upper arm. It’s nearly that time of year to book in for your flu shot to protect you, your family and the wider community against the highly contagious strands of Influenza (the flu). Influenza (or the flu) is a serious illness which can take (a normally healthy person) some weeks to recover. In severe cases, it can also cause death. Members of the community that are highly affected by the [...]
The Importance of Staying Hydrated This Summer For Seniors As the summer months approach it is important for the elderly to make sure that they make staying hydrated a priority. As our bodies age we undergo natural physiological changes that make us more susceptible to dehydration. Our metabolic rates lower, meaning we need fewer calories to function and thus get fewer fluid into our bodies. Some seniors even lose their sense of thirst. Because of this it is extremely important for the elderly to stay sun smart, and stay out of the heat and sun as much as possible. It [...]
Fatty Liver is a desease that can often go undiagnosed for some time as it developes slowly over an extended period of time. It is not simply caused by eating fatty foods; it is usually associated with health problems such as obesity, High blood Cholesterol, type 2 diabetes and heavy alcohol use Your liver always has some fat in it, but if more than 10 percent of your liver is consisted of fat, that is when you would be diagnosed with fatty liver. Fatty Liver is often detected via routine blood testing or imaging, most people do not even know they [...]