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29th April, 2019


Port Melbourne Medical has been selected by

Dear patients,

The 2020 influenza vaccines have arrived.

We have private stock available as

Dear Port Melbourne Medical Patients and Families,

We are aiming to keep everyone

Port Melbourne Medical is open to treat our patients this Australia Day

Dr Claire Langford, partner Tim, and daughter Grace welcomed baby Max in

If you don’t have an allergy, you probably know someone who does.

Now consulting from Port Melbourne Medical, Dr Laura Chapman discusses IUD’s, Pelvic health (including Pelvic pain) & Incontinence. My practice has evolved over the past few years to provide services that I noticed were not
In our society today, there are many opinions about what we should eat in pregnancy. Our mothers would tell us to “eat up as you are eating for two” and of course, we are genetically
Recently there has been increased media coverage about Meningococcal disease. To address our patients concerns and questions we provide the following information:   Meningococcal disease is caused by a bacterial infection and can lead to
At Port Melbourne Medical we administer thousands of vaccines annually and the vaccination rate significantly increases during flu season. Whilst our nurses are very caring and gentle the fact remains some children have a genuine
Approximately 2.4 million or 1 in 10 Australians have asthma, making this one of the most common medical conditions in Australia.   A large proportion of asthma is related to allergies to airborne particles, such


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