Melville Medical Group

At least three times during the day, pause and try to become aware of something you have not noticed before. So much of our surroundings go unnoticed, even in the places we spend most of our time. This practice helps you become more aware of your environment and bring your attention back to the present moment. Though we suggest you do it at least three times, we encourage you to get into the habit of doing it as often as possible.
We thanks the Mindful Life Community for allowing us to share this with you.

Weekly Mindfulness Exercise
This week we invite you to practice labeling worry.* In this exercise when you notice yourself worrying, note it with the label, “worrying”, and let it go. Once you label it, try to bring your awareness to your breath for a moment or two and then bring your attention to other thoughts. If you catch yourself worrying again, simply label it again and let it go. It does not matter if you do this again and again. This is a very productive practice and one that, over time, will allow you to let go of needless worry. In this practice, we don’t use the label “stop worrying” or try to fight it. We just notice worry, label it “worrying” and let go if possible.

*Remember there is a difference between worrying and constructive problem-solving. Worrying involves repetitive thoughts that can cause anxiety with no tangible impact on the outcome of the object or event one is worrying about.

Once again we thank the Mindful Life Community for allowing us to share this activity with you.

We are an essential service, so will remain open (Mon-Friday) again during the Stage4 lockdown. We will provide a combination of telehealth and Face to Face appointments.
Face to Face appointments are available for those without symptoms that need to be physically seen.
Telehealth (phone or video) is available for everyone.
For more information about the Stage 4 Lockdown visit https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-update-victoria…

Melville Medical Group is a long standing, high-quality, general practice that provides a comprehensive range of medical services to the community.

We are looking for a part-time (2-3 days) registered nurse to join our clinical team.

We are looking for someone who:
– is self motivated and also enjoys working in a team environment.
-holds a current AHPRA registration
-has good computer skills, preferably with experience in Medical Director/ Pracsoft
-great interpersonal and communication skills
– ability to organise and prioritise appointments and administrative tasks
– calm under pressure
-a good understanding of infection control and Cold Chain management
-experience within a general practice is preferred

Duties will include:
Immunisations (children and adults)
Wound care
Chronic disease management,
Health assessments, GPMPs and TCAs
Management of recall systems
Assisting GPs with minor procedures

We offer:
Great friendly team working environment (3 GP’s and 2 nurses and reception team)
a dedicated nurse’s room
flexible part-time work arrangements
support for skills training and professional development

Please email applications to karlene@melvillemedicalgroup.com.au

Introducing Natalia Tellez, she has a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Natalia is a vocationally registered General Practitioner and a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.

Natalia graduated from Universidad del Rosario, Colombia, in 2006 After completing her medical degree she migrated to Australia to continue her studies and completed both, a Master of Public Health and a Master of Health Studies – Clinical Epidemiology at the University of Queensland.

She then spent several years working within the Australian hospital system as a Resident Medical Officer at Mildura Base Hospital in Victoria and, later at Ipswich Hospital in Queensland before commencing GP fellowship training.

She moved to Victoria in 2014 and has been working in General Practice since then. Specialty interests include Skin Cancer Medicine, Women’s Health, Paediatrics, Chronic Health, Preventive Health and Dermatology.
Outside of Medicine, Natalia is a dedicated mother of 2 girls, and enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends as well as traveling

Throughout the day, pause and see if you can notice something blue, red, green, yellow, and white. Try to do this a few times in sequence as much as possible throughout the day. Simply take a moment to mentally note what you see. This exercise helps you become mindful of your environment and be present in the moment.
We thank the Mindful Life Community for allowing us to share this exercise with you.

At least three times during the day, pause and try to become aware of something you have not noticed before. So much of our surroundings go unnoticed, even in the places we spend most of our time. This practice helps you become more aware of your environment and bring your attention back into the present moment.
We thanks the Mindful Life Program for allowing us to share this activity with you

We wish you all happy and safe Christmas and New Year.
*Remember your COVID safe measures.
-Keep your distance 1.5metres,
-good hand hygiene
and have a test if you develop ANY of the COVID symptoms- fever, cough, cold, sore throat.
*Remember you only need to have ONE of these to have a test.

Christmas Hours
Melville Medical Group will be closing at 3pm on Thursday 24th December and will reopen again on Tuesday 29th December.
New Year hours
Will be closing at 3pm on Thursday 31stDecember
reopen again on Monday 4th January.

Weekly Mindfulness Exercise
This week we invite you to practice labeling worry.* In this exercise when you notice yourself worrying, note it with the label, “worrying” and let it go. Once you label it, try to bring your awareness to your breath for a moment or two and then bring your attention to other thoughts. If you catch yourself worrying again, simply label it again and let go. It does not matter if you do this again and again. This is a very productive practice and one that over time, allows you to let go of needless worry. In this practice, we don’t use the phrase “stop worrying” or try to fight it. We just notice worry, label it “worrying” and let go if possible.
*Remember there is a difference between worrying and constructive problem-solving. Worrying involves repetitive thoughts that can cause anxiety with no tangible impact on the outcome of the object one is worrying about.

We are grateful to the Mindful Life Community for allowing us to share this mindfulness exercise with you

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