8.49 PM MONDAY – Lachlan, aged 14.
Upset stomach, unusual loss of appetite
2.49 AM TUESDAY– Katie, aged 22.
Vomiting and diarrhoea
7.00 PM THURSDAY– Ava, aged 9 months.
Fever, runny nose, cough
7.13 PM SUNDAY – Michael, aged 27.
Worsening asthma with some shortness of breath
9.26 PM FRIDAY – Oliver, aged 5.
Worsening viral infection, puffy eyes and green snotty nose
There are other options than making a trip to a hospital emergency department.
Not sure if you need a doctor? Not sure if you need a hospital?
Answer some questions and get advice.
It’s not an emergency, but it could be serious?
Call 13 Health to help take the worry out of health concerns. You can phone 24/7 and qualified staff will give you advice on who to talk to and how quickly you should do it. The advice is confidential, qualified and supportive.
If you need to see a doctor, the first port of call should be your own GP. Speak to your GP about their after hours arrangements, or find a GP here.
Serious illness? Accident? Suspect heart attack or stroke?
Go to a Hospital Emergency Department or call 000 for an ambulance.
If you are faced with a major injury, chest pain or a life threatening illness, or you are in any doubt at all, call 000 or get to a hospital emergency department immediately.