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New services at the Family Wellbeing Centre in Amata

amata group_photoFive new health programs are being offered at the Family Wellbeing Centre at Amata in the APY Lands, following the appointment of six new members of staff.

Jeremy Gaynor, Family Well Being Centre Manager for Country Health SA, said the new programs would focus on exercise and nutrition to help prevent the onset of diabetes and renal failure.

"The new programs include an Athletics Club, a...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 09:08

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Cape York Pharmacy and Weipa community both win

160212-00063 402694_1_convertedRecognising their ongoing commitment to the Weipa community, Cape York Guardian Pharmacy was last year selected as the winner of the 'Excellence in Community Engagement' category and overall winner of the Pharmacy of the Year 2012 competition.

Proprietor Scott McCahon and his team have worked hard over the past five years to grow the pharmacy and ensure that the local...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 14 February 2013 16:24

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