Eastbrooke Medical Centres this week supported the “Jean Hailes for Women’s Health Week” (Sept 5 – 9) . This is a week for women to focus on their health, learn more and take action.
The theme of this year’s Women’s Health Week was: “Am I Normal?” A question, we know, every woman at some stage asks herself, whether it’s about weight, body image, mental health or sexual health.
Eastbrooke doctors and staff members from across Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria participated in this event to increase awareness concerning women’s health.
Sandy Maragoudakis, Practice Manager at the Eastbrooke Medical Centre Carlton NSW commented “we really care about our patients overall health and it’s fantastic campaigns such as these that we can help to build awareness to our female patients, whilst prompting them to talk to their doctor about any health issues that they may have.”
If you have any questions relating to your feminine health, seek out credible information and work on a sound plan of action. Our doctors are here to help you with any health concern you may have, either relating to body image, weight, mental health, pregnancy and fertility, family planning, menstrual concerns, contraception, sexual health, chronic disease, menopause, breast concerns or pap smears.
For more information on the Jean Hailes Womens Health Week visit www.womenshealthweek.com.au
Pictured top right (left to right) Doctor Jessie Chowdhury with staff from the Eastbrooke Chisholm Family Pratice. Pictured bottom right (left to right) Doctor Helena Gawlinska with staff from the Eastbrooke Medical Centre Carlton.