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339 Wharf Street, Queens Park WA 6107

Self-leadership, health and wellbeing

Leadership is vital in the promotion of health and wellbeing within the community. We are proud to be associated with an award recognising emerging young leaders from Gibb Street Primary School within our community. The 2018 Youth Leadership Award at Gibb Street Primary School was sponsored by Queens Park Medical Centre, and presented to two outstanding students who show a

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Welcome to Talila!

In January, we welcomed Dr Talila Milroy to our practice. Talila completed her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in 2015 at the University of Sydney, and completed her internship and residency at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney where she completed terms including emergency medicine, paediatrics, rheumatology and obstetrics and gynaecology. Additionally, she has completed her Bachelor of Psychology. Talila

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Welcome to Louisa, our resident Accredited Practising Dietitian!

  In January, we welcomed Louisa Parry, an Accredited Practising Dietitian to our practice. An Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) is an allied healthcare professional who are the most qualified to provided expert advice about dietary and nutritional needs, and are the only nutrition professionals recognised by the Australian Government and Medicare. An APD can assist in the management of medical

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17-19th December: Osteoporosis Solutions comes to QPMC

Osteoporosis is a common disease, affecting bone men and women, which causes bones to become less dense, less strong, and more likely to break. It occurs when bones lose the minerals that make them strong, such as calcium, faster than the body can replace them. Between the ages of 25-35, our bones are at their peak density, however, as we

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Welcome to Kerrie

Queens Park Medical Centre warmly welcomes Dr Kerrie Malarkey to join its medical team. Dr Malarkey completed her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in 2013 and following this worked at the Royal Perth Hospital for two years and then moved to Princess Margaret Hospital. Dr Malarkey is currently completing her GP training through the Royal Australian College of General Practice

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Make Me Smile Competition

Laughter relaxes the whole body. A good, hearty laugh relieves physical tension and stress, leaving your muscles relaxed for up to 45 minutes after. Laughter boosts the immune system. Laughter decreases stress hormones and increases immune cells and infection-fighting antibodies, thus improving your resistance to disease. Laughter triggers the release of endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good chemicals. Endorphins promote an overall sense of

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