Remote area service centres
Our service centres are the first point of health care and emergency services for 12 remote Western Australian communities.
Our primary health remote area nurses are registered nurses who work in remote communities, when there is no hospital or resident doctor. As a result, these nurses respond to a wide range of health needs in both a clinic and community setting. They also have advanced clinical skills that enable them to deliver a high level of health care.
We have remote area service centres located at:
|Abrolhos Island (March – 30 June only)||0427 422 665|
|Bencubbin||(08) 9685 1229|
|Beacon||(08) 9686 1020|
|Brookton||(08) 9642 1888|
|Eneabba||(08) 9955 1163|
|Eucla||(08) 9039 3471|
|Hyden||(08) 9880 5021|
|Mingenew||(08) 9928 1043|
|Leeman||(08) 9953 0100|
|Lancelin||(08) 9655 1033|
|Shark Bay||(08) 9948 1400|
|Walpole||(08) 9840 0900|
Our remote area nurses have a wealth of experience and provide services including:
- general health assessments
- chronic disease management
- advanced treatment for illness and injuries
- emergency response in life threatening situations
- health promotion and co-ordination of public health care
Nurse practitioners can also be found at our Shark Bay and Lancelin remote area health centres.
We also work closely with the Royal Flying Doctor Service and St John's Ambulance for emergency response and transfer, and co-ordinate visits from general practitioners (GPs) and health specialists to ensure that communities receive ongoing health care services. This can include:
- child immunisations
- diabetes education and support
- continence management
- antenatal and postnatal care
- mental health
- drug and alcohol support.
Please note: not all services are offered at all remote health clinics.
How do I get this service?
For more details on this service, please call our Contact Centre on (08) 9242 0242 or 1300 650 803 (for country callers) to discuss your needs. We’re available to take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
How much does it cost?
This service is free of charge.
You may be asked to contribute to the cost of medication or products. For more information see Costs & eligibility.