As RUOK? Day approaches this week, we are reminded of the value of human connection; taking the time to have meaningful conversations with those around us and being prepared to really listen.
Dr Lee Fong, Senior Clinical Director of GP Access After Hours, has urged the Hunter community to get their influenza vaccinations as soon as possible for the best chance of protection.
“The cold, rainy winds of autumn have finally started to sweep the region, bringing with it sniffles, coughs…and influenza,” Dr Fong said.
Young people aged 10 to 19 with drug and alcohol problems will get earlier access to treatment with $440,468 in funding to boost support services in Newcastle.
Parliamentary Secretary for the Hunter Scot MacDonald MLC today announced a contract has been awarded to Non-Government Organisation (NGO) Hunter Primary Care Ltd to deliver social work and psychology
Hunter Primary Care will officially open its doors at its new office premises at Warabrook on Wednesday, to coincide with National Close the Gap Day this week.
As we transition from the relaxed summer break morning into the structured and frantic morning rush that is associated with Back to School morning drop-offs, and the daily task of packing lunches it is more than understandable to see parents reach for the pre-packaged snacks to fill the lunch box.
Hunter Primary Care is pleased to announce the appointment of Brenda Ryan as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Chair of Hunter Primary Care, Dr Peter Hopkins, said, “We are delighted to be able to attract a CEO of Brenda’s experience and skill into this important role. We believe she will be an ideal fit to continue
Do you have a passion for promoting and supporting general practice education and training? Grants are now available to help make your ideas a reality.
On behalf of the Valley to Coast Charitable Trust (VTC), Hunter Primary Care will be coordinating their grants program.
The Hunter Primary Care 2017 Indigenous Youth Design a Hoody Competition winner has been announced, to coincide with 2017 NAIDOC Week celebrations, beginning from July 2.
To coincide with National Close the Gap Day and National Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June 2017), the inaugural Hunter Primary Care 2017 Indigenous Youth Design a Hoody Competition has been launched to encourage, showcase and celebrate the incredible local talent of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists across the Hunter region.