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About Us

We are a patient-centred practice where the focus is you. Covering your health care needs is our priority.

We cater for the health needs of all, including families, pensioners, busy professionals and students. We are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am through 5:30 pm  and Saturdays from 8:30 am through 12:30 pm.

Our clinic is doctor-owned and operated and our aim is to bring care and attention, in a professional and comfortable environment, with modern equipment and facilities.  We also strive to continuously improve our services. We work widely with the community and health groups, engage in research and welcome patient feedback.

Eclipse Medical is situated within the Emporio complex, which is located in central Maroochydore, close to Sunshine Cove, where there is an array of medical and allied health services, with dedicated on-site undercover parking. There is also easy vehicular access from Maroochy Boulevard.

We look forward to welcoming you and your family to our practice.

Our practice is mindful that even if patients have provided electronic contact details, they may not be proficient in communicating via electronic means and patient consent needs to be obtained before engaging in electronic communication. Electronic communication includes email, facsimile and Short Message Service (SMS). Communication with patients via electronic means is conducted with appropriate regard to privacy

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World Diabetes Day is held on 14 November each year - Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness, amputation, heart disease, kidney failure and early death.

One in every two people with diabetes is undiagnosed. Early diagnosis and treatment are key to helping prevent or delay life-threatening complications.

Simple action can reduce the risk. See one of our friendly doctors if you are concerned you may have diabetes - or to manage your diabetes better to mitigate the risk of serious complications.
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World Diabetes Day is held on 14 November each year - Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness, amputation, heart disease, kidney failure and early death.  One in every two people with diabetes is undiagnosed. Early diagnosis and treatment are key to helping prevent or delay life-threatening complications.  Simple action can reduce the risk. See one of our friendly doctors if you are concerned you may have diabetes - or to manage your diabetes better to mitigate the risk of serious complications.

World Pneumonia Day 12th November
Pneumonia is one of the leading causes of deaths in children under five years old despite being easily preventable and treatable. Although vaccines and other preventative efforts are decreasing the burden of the disease, much more work is still required. Every child, regardless of where they are born, deserves access to clean air and water, lifesaving vaccines, appropriate use of amoxicillin, and oxygen therapy.
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World Pneumonia Day 12th November
Pneumonia is one of the leading causes of deaths in children under five years old despite being easily preventable and treatable. Although vaccines and other preventative efforts are decreasing the burden of the disease, much more work is still required. Every child, regardless of where they are born, deserves access to clean air and water, lifesaving vaccines, appropriate use of amoxicillin, and oxygen therapy.

Australian Food Safety Week occurs each year between 9-16 November.
Food poisoning is caused by bacteria, viruses or toxins in the food we eat. If you have food poisoning you’ll probably have gastroenteritis symptoms such as abdominal cramps, diarrhoea or vomiting, or flu-like symptoms. You should seek medical advice if you’re in a high-risk group or have any of the following symptoms:
-frequent vomiting
-bloody vomit or stools
-diarrhoea for more than three days
-extremely painful abdominal cramping
-a temperature higher than 38.6°C
-dehydration from repeated vomiting or diarrhoea
-blurry vision, muscle weakness or tingling in the arms.
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Australian Food Safety Week occurs each year between 9-16 November.
Food poisoning is caused by bacteria, viruses or toxins in the food we eat. If you have food poisoning you’ll probably have gastroenteritis symptoms such as abdominal cramps, diarrhoea or vomiting, or flu-like symptoms. You should seek medical advice if you’re in a high-risk group or have any of the following symptoms:
-frequent vomiting
-bloody vomit or stools
-diarrhoea for more than three days
-extremely painful abdominal cramping
-a temperature higher than 38.6°C
-dehydration from repeated vomiting or diarrhoea
-blurry vision, muscle weakness or tingling in the arms.