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LOCAL DOCTORS CARING FOR LOCAL FAMILIES

agpal-accredited-general-practiceHyde and Partners has been part of the local community for over 40 years.

Founded by Dr Geoff Hyde, Hyde and Partners has been well regarded for providing the highest quality personal and family centred medical care to Gawler and the surrounding areas since 1976.

The Hyde and Partners Medical Centre is accredited to Royal Australian College of General Practitioners standards and offers the complete range of primary medical services that can be provided to you from your choice of 16 highly qualified and experienced Doctors.

Our main practice is centrally located at 6 Adelaide Road Gawler and our Doctors also consult on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 6 Cherry Street Freeling.
For more information or appointments call  (08) 8522 3444.

OUR CHARTER | OUR LOCATIONS

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1 month ago
Hyde and Partners
🎄 The festive season is just around the corner!
Hyde and Partners will be closed some days during the Holiday period. If you have been prescribed medication by your doctor, please check that you have enough for this time. To book an appointment, please call us on 8522 3444 or visit hydeandpartners.com.au

🎄 The festive season is just around the corner!
Hyde and Partners will be closed some days during the Holiday period. If you have been prescribed medication by your doctor, please check that you have enough for this time. To book an appointment, please call us on 8522 3444 or visit hydeandpartners.com.au
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2 months ago
Hyde and Partners
There are only a few days left of Movember, but theres always time for men to have a health check-up with their GP. 

Movember aims to raise awareness for the three leading health issues men face today:
- Mens mental health and suicide prevention
- Prostate cancer
- Testicular cancer

Just like a well-tuned ute, the male body needs to have regular maintenance and servicing to avoid having a breakdown or burnout. 

Book health check-up appointment with your GP today. 

Learn more about Movember here: https://au.movember.com/

There are only a few days left of Movember, but there's always time for men to have a health check-up with their GP.

Movember aims to raise awareness for the three leading health issues men face today:
- Men's mental health and suicide prevention
- Prostate cancer
- Testicular cancer

Just like a well-tuned ute, the male body needs to have regular maintenance and servicing to avoid having a breakdown or burnout.

Book health check-up appointment with your GP today.

Learn more about Movember here: au.movember.com/
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3 months ago
Hyde and Partners
Today is World Osteoporosis Day!

Osteoporosis causes bones to become weak and fragile so that they break easily – even as a result of a minor fall, a bump, a sneeze, or a sudden movement. Fractures caused by osteoporosis can be life-threatening and a major cause of pain and long-term disability.

Five steps which you can take for healthy bones and a fracture-free future are:

1: Exercise regularly to keep your bones and muscles moving
2: Ensure your diet is rich in bone-health nutrients
3: Avoid negative lifestyle habits
4: Discuss with your doctor if you have risk factors
5: Get tested and treated if needed

To assess your risk of osteoporosis, you can click here: https://riskcheck.osteoporosis.foundation/

Please make an appointment with your doctor if you have any concerns about your bone health.

Today is World Osteoporosis Day!

Osteoporosis causes bones to become weak and fragile so that they break easily – even as a result of a minor fall, a bump, a sneeze, or a sudden movement. Fractures caused by osteoporosis can be life-threatening and a major cause of pain and long-term disability.

Five steps which you can take for healthy bones and a fracture-free future are:

1: Exercise regularly to keep your bones and muscles moving
2: Ensure your diet is rich in bone-health nutrients
3: Avoid negative lifestyle habits
4: Discuss with your doctor if you have risk factors
5: Get tested and treated if needed

To assess your risk of osteoporosis, you can click here: riskcheck.osteoporosis.foundation/

Please make an appointment with your doctor if you have any concerns about your bone health.
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UPDATE: There have been PBS changes from 1 June 2020 regarding opioid prescribing. Please book with your regular GP to discuss how these changes will affect you.

HAVE YOU TESTED POSITIVE TO COVID-19?

If you have recently tested positive to COVID-19, please read this patient information.

COVID-19 Vaccinations

To book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment, please call us on 8522 3444 between 10:00am and 4:00pm.

COVID-19 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Before calling our clinic or booking an appointment with your GP, please take a moment to read through these Frequently Asked Questions. They have been developed to help answer some general questions you might have about COVID-19. The information provided is correct as of 13th January 2022.

Coronavirus Health Alert

The threat level of COVID-19 in South Australia is escalated. For the safety of our patients and staff, we encourage telephone appointments (where possible).

If a face-to-face appointment is required, it will be time-limited, and we request that all patients wear a face mask while in the clinic.

We have a COVID-19 triage process in place, and you may be requested to wait outside or in your vehicle.

We also observe social distancing >1.5m and limit the number of patients in our waiting room.

If you have symptoms of the flu, a cold, or a loss of sense of smell or taste, then a COVID-19 test is necessary. Please refer to the SA Health website for a list of COVID-19 respiratory clinics and testing centres.

If you are unwell and have respiratory symptoms, please ask for a telephone appointment with a GP, and a safe review will be arranged.

The Government has restricted Medicare GP telehealth items to circumstances where a patient has COVID-19 and/or is a close contact and is required to quarantine or isolate under a state directive, or where there is an existing relationship with a general practice (i.e., the patient has visited a GP in the practice face-to-face in the last 12 months), children aged under 12 months, or patients who are homeless. Please be aware that a private fee may be incurred for telephone or video consults.