Orange Aboriginal Medical Service or OAMS is making a difference to the health of Aboriginal families and the wider community of Central Western NSW. OAMS started in 2005, as a self determined Aboriginal organisation with a vision to be a leader in health and in the community.

OAMS governance structure is commended by Commonwealth Health and provides flexibility to take advantage of opportunities, and that means OAMS can deliver health outcomes with a difference!   The  GP-led medical service is complimented by integrated on-going care with other health professionals, and supported by appointment booking, patient transport and follow up.

A whole of life approach to health, OAMS provides health services from antenatal, dental and a range of health programs, all delivered in a culturally sensitive manner.  With a large number of clients, plus the majority of Aboriginal people in Orange using the service, OAMS is helping to ‘Close the Gap’ in Indigenous health.

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Have you had a Woman’s/Man’s health check up recently? When was the last time you had a PAP smear? Not sure about which contraception? Do you think it is time for Hormone replacement therapy? Not ...

Have you had a Woman’s/Man’s health check up recently?
When was the last time you had a PAP smear?
Not sure about which contraception?
Do you think it is time for Hormone replacement therapy?
Not doing very well in your intimate life?
Becoming sexually active and need someone to talk to?
Wanting a sexual health check up?
Thinking of starting a family and need someone to talk too?
Struggling or not with your sexuality and need someone to talk to?

OAMS has a Women's and Men's business clinic where, in a safe, confidential environment you can talk to our professionals about any sexual or reproductive concern you have.

Book your appointment any WEDNESDAY afternoon, Starting from the 5th of October 2016. Call Reception NOW (02) 6393 9000
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Have you had a Woman’s/Man’s health check up recently?
When was the last time you had a PAP smear?
Not sure about which contraception?
Do you think it is time for Hormone replacement therapy?
Not doing very well in your intimate life?
Becoming sexually active and need someone to talk to?
Wanting a sexual health check up?
Thinking of starting a family and need someone to talk too?
Struggling or not with your sexuality and need someone to talk to?

OAMS has a Womens and Mens business clinic where, in a safe, confidential environment you can talk to our professionals about any sexual or reproductive concern you have.

Book your appointment any WEDNESDAY afternoon, Starting from the 5th of October 2016. Call Reception NOW (02) 6393 9000

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Merinda will be available tomorrow from 10am-2pm for enquiries and assistance regarding Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support. OAMS can provide transport for customers who book in through OAMS reception on 02 6393 9000.
Also, don't forget our walk in clinics this week!
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Merinda will be available tomorrow from 10am-2pm for enquiries and assistance regarding Centrelink, Medicare and Child Support. OAMS can provide transport for customers who  book in through OAMS reception on 02 6393 9000. 
Also, dont forget our walk in clinics this week!

Orange Aboriginal Medical Service added 4 new photos.

Are you looking for somewhere cost effective to hold your next work meeting?
OAMS has rooms available for all group sizes and we can accommodate your specific needs.
Contact us today to find out more! (02) 6393 9000
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Are you looking for somewhere cost effective to hold your next work meeting?
OAMS has rooms available for all group sizes and we can accommodate your specific needs.
Contact us today to find out more! (02) 6393 9000

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Did you know that R U OK? Day, is 8 September 2016, and that it is a national day of action dedicated to encouraging all people to regularly and meaningfully ask “are u OK?” to support those struggling with life.

On average, more than 2,300 Australians suicide each year (2012) and an estimated 65,000 people attempt suicide each year. Suicide is the biggest killer of Australians aged 15 to 34 years.

To decrease these numbers, mental health strategies such as R U OK? Day are essential. R U OK? Day encourages meaningful conversation and a conversation like this could change a life.

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 Ashleigh Naden
Ashleigh NadenMedical Receptionist
Ekala French
Ekala FrenchAboriginal Health Worker
Ronny Leonard
Ronny LeonardOutreach Worker
Dr Jack Naung San M
Dr Jack Naung San MGeneral Practitioner Registrar