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We have Moved!!
Please note we have now moved to 163 High St, Kew adjoining the new Star Pharmacy. Our new practice location is modern and larger, allowing us to offer our patients a more comfortable experience and level of service. Entrance is directly from High St, or via Star Pharmacy from the rear car park.
Our New Website
Welcome to our new website. Here you'll find general information about our clinic and services. For all further enquiries please call us on (03) 9852 7666 or if you need to see a doctor, try our new online booking system above. We look forward to helping you with your medical needs.
All children get sick from time to time. When your child isn't feeling well, you would want to know how to recognise the symptoms, what can you do to help, and when to call the doctor.
Common infectious diseases that affects kids
With Children getting as many as eight colds per year or more, this contagious viral infection of the upper respiratory tract is the most common infectious disease and the number one reason kids visit the doctor and stay home from school.
The first symptoms of a cold are often a tickle in the throat, a runny or stuffy nose, and sneezing. Kids with colds may also have a sore throat, cough, headache, mild fever, fatigue, muscle aches, and loss of appetite.
When to call the doctor
If your child's symptoms get worse instead of better
If your child's symptoms appear at the same time every year, or occur when your child is exposed to pollen, dust, animals, or another substance, your child could have an allergy
If your child who has trouble breathing or wheezes when he or she catches a cold could have asthma.
Also call the doctor if your child has any of these symptoms:
- coughing up a lot of mucus
- shortness of breath
- unusual lethargy/tiredness
- inability to keep food or liquids down or poor fluid intake
- increasing headache or facial or throat pain
- severely painful sore throat that interferes with swallowing
- High fever (38.0° C) or higher that lasts for more than a day
- chest or stomach pain
- swollen glands in the neck