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Dr Paul Scown awarded Sidney Sax Medal 2018

The Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association’s 2018 Sidney Sax medal was awarded to Dr Paul Scown at the 42nd IHF World Hospital Congress Gala Dinner in Brisbane.

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Nexus After Hours medical neighbourhood project launches

The Nexus Afterhours Medical Neighbourhood Project encompasses a community development approach to engage with vulnerable communities outside of the usual 9am – 5pm business hours in Wallan and Kinglake.

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Nexus is new provider for HACC-PYP services Shepparton

The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has appointed Nexus Primary Health (Nexus) as the new provider to administer the Home and Community Care Program for Younger People (HACC-PYP) in the Shepparton area from 1 December 2018.

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Specialised Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy now @ Nexus!

Active pelvic floor muscles are very important to women and if poorly controlled, can lead to prolapse and loss of bladder or bowel control.

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Live Well – Choose the Life!

Every 12 minutes in Australia someone is diagnosed with Diabetes or Heart Disease tragically effecting 280 people each day.

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Health sector calls politicians to #standwithcommunityhealth

Eighteen-year-old Jorge doesn’t know where he would be today, had it not been for the care and support provided to him five years ago by his local community health service.

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Nexus receives mark of Quality as a fully Accredited GP Practice

Wallan and Kinglake recently increased their community health credentials when the Nexus GP SuperClinic Wallan and the Nexus Kinglake Ranges Health Centre received a national award of accreditation, demonstrating its commitment to quality and safety within its practice.

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Nexus and partners win tender for Diabetes Service

Nexus Primary Health and partners win tender for diabetes service for Whittlesea, Mitchell and Murrindindi.

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#LetsTalkAboutWounds: Wound Awareness Week 2018

“Wound Awareness Week” is a nationally recognised initiative to promote the importance of talking about wounds – especially the wounds that won’t heal! Talking about wounds is important as wounds affect everyone – do you know the wound warning signs?

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