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Hunter Acute Injury Management Unit

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The Hunter Acute Injury Management unit has been incorporated into The Heights Medical Practice for a new approach to the management of acute non life-threatening injuries. Our doctors will look after patients from time of injury, through to recovery. This service requires no referrals. Simply alert our administration staff that you will be a HAIM patient and we will endeavour to organise an appointment, usually the same day (if deemed necessary).

Services that we have access to:

Types of injuries we can manage:

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Our service is for:

Additional information

We have a comprehensive procedural room where we can provide definitive treatment.

We also have access to theatres if operative management is required for hands and feet.

Our doctors have access to relevent injury specialists, pain specialists, injury management rehab consultants, hand therapists & physiotherapists.

Our locally trained doctors with years of experience, endeavour to promote and maintain good health through a holistic approach towards the diagnosis and management of injuries.

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Meet The Heights Medical Practice Team

Dr Ulrich Liedvogel

Practice Principal

Dr Liedvogel has a keen interest in the management and rehabilitation of acute injuries.

Dr Sonya McClure

Practitioner

Dr McClure’s interests are women’s health, paediatrics, mental health, and preventative medicine

Tricia Mulcahy

Practice Manager

Lilly Baines

Medical Secretary

The Heights Medical Practice

The Heights Medical Practice

The Heights Medical Practice is committed to providing a holistic approach towards diagnosis & management of illness, whilst promoting health, wellbeing and disease prevention to all patients.
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Hunter Acute Injury Management Unit

Hunter Acute Injury Management Unit

The Hunter Acute Injury Management Unit has been integrated into The Heights Medical Practice so we have the ability to treat & manage acute injuries. This includes simple to complex injuries.
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