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Health and safety

Emergencies and crisis support

For all emergency services call 000 (triple zero) - Police, Fire and Ambulance.

What to do if you get sick

This table explains what to do if you are sick and the options if its an emergency.
If it is not an emergency: If it is an emergency:

Locate your nearest doctor iconLocate your nearest doctor or contact NURSE-ON-CALL* for immediate, expert health advice from a registered nurse, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Alternatively, you can locate your nearest doctor (GP).

Call triple zero iconIn an emergency call 000 (triple zero) immediately for Ambulance Police or Fire.

Book an appoinment iconBook an appointment with a doctor. Arrive 15-20 minutes early to fill out any paperwork your doctor needs

Ambulance icon000 will  assess your situation and send you an ambulance if required

doctors stethoscope iconThe doctor will treat you and will determine if you need medicine or need to see a specialist

Hospital green cross iconYou can also go directly to the Emergency Department of any public hospital

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