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Thanks for making our first Men's Health Night a success

We had a great turn out last night with a group of men ranging in age from 28 to 90 years old. Thank you so much to our guest speakers, Mr Adam Davies and Mr Amiel Bates. Their talks were very interesting and very informative. We are keen to continue holding regular events at Cambridge Family Health as we don't feel that we are here to look after you only when you are sick, it is also just as important that we do our best to keep you well ...

November 19, 2015

Movember:Men's Health Month

November is Men's Health month. Unfortunately our team can't grow moustaches but we have all signed up to MOVE in Movember! The aim is to optimise our physical activity every day in November. You will see us wearing our pedometers and the competition is getting quite fierce as to who moves the most each day this month! We are also holding an Men's Health evening to discuss specific areas of concern with regards to Men's Health. We are delighted to be able to announce that Mr Adam Davies, a loca...

November 6, 2015

Thanks for coming to our Breast Cancer Awareness morning tea

We had a great turn out for our morning tea to discuss Breast Cancer Awareness. Thank you for your support. Our nurses put on a very informative presentation and we had a question-and-answer session afterwards. It was great to get people together to talk about their health. Thank you to the team at Cambridge Family Health for all the hard work (and baking!) that went into the meeting today. We are planning to hold regular health talks at the practice so please keep an eye out for more informatio...

October 28, 2015

Learn how to do a self-breast check at Cambridge Family Health: October 28 2015

It so important to be 'breast-aware' so on Wednesday 28 October at 10.30 our Nurses will be holding a free 30 minute session on how to perform self-breast examinations. This session will be held at our premises at 2 Oliver Street. Numbers are limited so please call us on 8274234 to reserve your place. In New Zealand, breast cancer affects 3000 women and 20 men each year. This means that every day in New Zealand 7 new women are diagnosed with breast cancer. The risk of breast cancer increases w...

October 7, 2015

October: Breast Cancer Month

October is Breast Cancer Month and you will see our team members wearing our blue t-shirts to raise awareness about breast cancer. We will also be Pink For a Day on 28 October when we will be running a free session on how to do self-breast checks-we will keep you posted on this as we will need you to RSVP for this. In the meantime, please come and see us for breast checks, referral to mammography, or just to have a chat about your breast cancer risk. Early detection is the key to dealing with th...

October 2, 2015

A great new addition to Cambridge Family Health: Sue Bluett

Sue joins us as our new Practice Manager and she brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience of working in the health sector. Sue has only been with us for a few short weeks but she has already made a huge impact on our team. When not working, Sue is busy in her garden or with her family: she is a proud grandmother. Welcome, Sue :)...

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