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CMC Services

The Condamine Medical Centre strives to meet the needs of patients and respect their rights, especially in the area of confidentiality and privacy, below are a list of services we offer and can be booked online.

*All services are listed in alphabetical order to help with your navigation.

Acupuncture for Musculoskeletal Conditions
Complementary treatments are widely used by people with arthritis, back pain and other musculoskeletal conditions to manage symptoms such as pain and fatigue.
Children’s Immunisations & Adult Immunisation
Immunisation protects children (and adults) against harmful infections before they come into contact with them in the community.

Diabetes Management
– including care plans
Diabetes management requires a balance of healthy eating, regular physical activity, and blood sugar monitoring.


ECG
(Heart Check)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a simple test that can be used to check the rhythm and electrical activity of the heart.






Employment
Medicals
Medical assessments ensure that a prospective employee is physically, mentally, and medically prepared for specific roles.






Insurance Medicals
Some insurance companies require a full medical examination prior to granting life or health insurance, and claims may be denied without proper documentation from a qualified Doctor.



Maternal Health
Antenatal care is the care you get from health professionals during your pregnancy.

Postnatal care is defined as a care given to the mother and her newborn baby immediately after the birth, and for the first six weeks of life.

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Men’s Health
Men's health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, as experienced by men, and not merely the absence of disease. Differences in men's health compared to women's can be attributed to biological factors, behavioural factors, and social factors.
Woman’s Health
Women's health refers to the branch of medicine that focuses on the treatment and diagnosis of diseases and conditions that affect a woman's physical and emotional well-being.



Onsite Dietician
Dietitians treat a range of health conditions through understanding how nutrition affects the body and can give expert nutrition and dietary advice. Dietitians assist to provide personal support to help improve health and wellbeing.

Skin checks and skin surgery
Comprehensive assessments and examinations for the treatment of skin cancers.







Spirometry
Spirometry tests how well your lungs work by measuring how much air you inhale, how much you exhale and how quickly you exhale and is used to diagnose asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other conditions that affect breathing.


Three Minor Operation Rooms
The CMC minor operation treatment rooms are fully equipped to enable a variety of surgical procedures to be conducted on-site.





Ten bed
casualty area
The CMC offers a well-equipped casualty area for a wide variety of uses including the treatment of wounds and administration of vaccines.





Vaccinations

Novavax
The Novavax vaccine is a vaccine that aims to protect against COVID-19.

Novavax can also be used as a booster dose in people aged 18 years and older. The booster dose is given 3 months or more after the primary course.

Some people are also recommended to have a second booster dose (fourth dose) 3 months after the first booster dose. mRNA vaccines (Pfizer or Moderna) are preferred as COVID-19 booster doses.

Although not preferred, Novavax can be used as a booster dose for:

• People who have a contraindication to mRNA vaccines (including those who have had a serious adverse event following mRNA vaccines, such as a history of anaphylaxis or myocarditis attributed to an mRNA vaccine)

• People who do not prefer an mRNA vaccine.
Flu Shot
Influenza is the infection of the airways. It affects people of all ages but is especially serious for young babies, young children, pregnant women and people with underlying medical conditions. It can require hospitalization and can cause death. Vaccination is a safe and effective way to protect you from serious disease caused by influenza.

Influenza vaccines are given each year to protect against the most common strains of the virus.














Japanese Encephalitis
Japanese encephalitis (JE) is an infection of the brain caused by the Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV). The disease is serious, but rare and less than 1 in 200 people who get infected will develop encephalitis. JEV can be spread by some types of mosquitoes. Pigs and certain water birds are amplifying hosts for the JEV.

JE vaccination is suitable for people likely to be at greatest risk of JEV infection. In addition to routine recommendations for travelers to endemic areas and residents of the Torres Strait Islands, ATAGI now recommends vaccination of people ≥2 months of age in high risk settings in Australia.









Menactra (Meningecoccal ACY & W - 15 to 19 Years)
Menactra is a meningococcal conjugate vaccine to protect against meningococcal groups A, C, Y and W.















Zostavax (Shingles 70-79 Years Vaccinations)
Shingles (also called herpes zoster) is the disease caused when the chickenpox virus reactivates. Shingles can cause severe pain that can last for months.

Vaccination is a safe and effective way to protect you from serious disease caused by shingles.
Anyone who wants to protect themselves against shingles can talk to their Doctor about getting vaccinated.

The shingles vaccination for specific groups including:
• adults aged 60 years and over
• adults aged 50 years and over who live in the same household as someone who has a weakened immune system.

Shingles vaccination with the Zostavax vaccine is free under the National Immunisation Program for immunocompetent adults aged 70 years. Catch-up vaccination is also available for adults aged 71 to 79 years until 31 October 2023.

Flu Season Information

ANNUAL VACCINATION

is your best protection

against the flu

It takes

two weeks

for the flu vaccination to be effective.

Wear Short sleeves

to your appointment if possible.

The Flu is highly contagious and can attack the 

lungs, nose, and throat. Here’s what you need to 

know about your vaccination 


Flu symptoms usually

last 5 to 7 days 

in healthy adults.

On the 17th July 2023, The Queensland Government announced a free flu vaccine initiative.

  • This is in response to high rates of influenza B and low influenza vaccination uptake.
  • The initiative aims to encourage as many Queenslanders as possible to come forward to be vaccinated.

All Queensland residents aged six months and older will be eligible to receive a free flu vaccine from Saturday 22 July until Thursday 31 August 2023 (inclusive).  

The Condamine Medical Centre (CMC) is currently organising vaccination stock and will provide details of any forthcoming clinics, as soon as possible.

Please do not call the CMC at this stage – we will provide details of on-line bookings for the flu clinics by the end of this week (21st July 2023).