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January 17, 2020

We are delighted to introduce our new GP, Dr Maria del Pilar Zunilde Diaz Orbe. Dr Maria will commence working at Granada Medical on Monday 20th January. She will be working Monday to Friday 9.00 am til 3.00pm. Dr Maria has had 19 years experience as a General Practitioner. Please check her profile for her special interests.

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March 14, 2017

Granada Medical Practice was established by Dr Arosha Vidyabhushana and Dr Fatin Wajdi on the 16th of January 2012, beginning as a small practice on Burslem Drive, Maddington. At that point in time, Dr Arosha and Dr Fatin had been working together in the Maddington area since 2008, and welcomed their ever-growing patient base on the new and exciting chapter of their careers. Today, the practice is open seven days a week and only being closed during public holidays.

Granada Medical Practice is accredited with Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited(AGPAL) according to the Royal College approved standards of general Practice in Australia and committed to provide the best possible care for its patients.

During the last five years, the practice has evolved and flourished rapidly, the most significant change being moving to the new premises, 70 Attfield Street in May 2016. The new practice brought in an influx of new patients with it’s onsite pathology service and various allied health services such as Physiotherapy, Podiatry and Psychology. Practice Manager Lilian te Koppel has described the new move as something that “helps our staff to provide far better service to our loyal patients of course a better working environment to our staff which enable them to give the very best of their service to our patients”.

The doctors of Granada Medical Practice are highly qualified, with over 50 years of GP experience collectively. Their skill and quality is evident in the wide ranges of services they provide, all catering to the whole family’s needs. The practice services are mostly bulk billed to Medicare card holders, and patients will be informed of any additional charges prior to attending the consultations.

“We are blessed with very efficient and friendly staff .I believes the success
so far with all aspects is largely due to the commitment of our practice manager,
nurses and the reception staff. Also we are very proud to have extremely
experienced and commited doctors who are well respected
and loved by the patients of the area”
Practice Principal GP Dr Arosha Vidyabhushana.

Patient feedback plays a vital role in maintaining the high standard of healthcare that Granada Medical Practice sets for itself, and so patients are always welcome to provide their feedback on the services they receive from both admin staff and the medical staff through the feedback questionnaire available at the front desk. In Dr Arosha’s words, “it is the best way to improve the services and share the satisfaction of the good services we provide with all our staff!”.

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March 14, 2017

Granada Medical Practice is participating in the 2017 WA influenza immunisation program.

Please read the below information on the 2017 WA influenza immunisation program.

AusVacSafety is a national program that monitors the effects of each year’s new influenza vaccine on children. The results from 2016 show that there were no serious adverse side effects that could be attributed to the vaccine amongst the patients in this program.

The results of the safety of the vaccine, as demonstrated in children, show that it is safe amongst all age groups.

This year, the influenza vaccine on the National Immunisation Program (NIP) will protect you against the following 4 virus strains:

  • A (H1N1)
  • A (H3N2)
  • B
  • B

Who is eligible for government funded vaccines?

Eligibility for government funded influenza vaccines in WA in 2017 is unchanged from 2016. The following individuals in WA are eligible to receive Commonwealth-funded vaccines:

  • pregnant women (any trimester)
  • persons 65 years of age or older
  • Aboriginal people aged at least 6 months but less than 5 years; or 15 years or older
  • individuals aged 6 months and over with medical conditions that place them at risk for complications of influenza, namely:
  • cardiac disease
  • chronic respiratory conditions
  • chronic neurological conditions
  • impaired immunity
  • diabetes and other metabolic disorders
  • renal disease
  • haematological disorders
  • children aged 6 months to 10 years receiving long term aspirin therapy.

Also Children aged 6 months to less than 5 years are eligible to receive State-funded influenza vaccine.

The vaccines will be available at our practice soon. We will be notifying patients once they are available so be sure to book an appointment with us to get vaccinated.

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