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Solitaire Medical Group
Medical centres in Modbury, Brahma Lodge, Murray Bridge, and Tailem Bend.
Solitaire Medical Group is a group of four Medical Practices proudly providing health and medical care to patients in the northern suburbs of Adelaide and south-eastern rural areas of Murray Bridge and Tailem Bend. We understand that choosing a health provider is an important one, and that is why when you visit one of our Solitaire Medical Group clinics, you can rest assured that you will receive first class medical care and treatment from our team of caring and knowledgeable GP’s, Nurses and Allied Health professionals.
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A sound reproductive health is not barely the absence of disease but the complete state of a woman’s physical, mental, and social wellbeing. This means that access to reproductive healthcare services, be it, an expert’s advice on choosing the right contraception or having the opportunity to discuss your needs. Here are the top questions about women’s reproductive health, answered by our GP’s at Solitaire Medical Group.
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With an alarming rise of colon cancer cases each year, doctors now recommend people to begin their colon cancer screenings as early as 45, instead of the usual 50. The screening will not only catch colon cancer early when it’s treatable, but it will also help prevent it in the first place by removing tissues that can become cancerous.
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