Public health services

Promoting health and wellbeing, preventing illness and protecting communities from hazards in the environment.
The get the facts site provides information about sexual health as well as a confidential service to ask questions.
Have a question about a sexually transmitted infection (STI)? Browse the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) or use the online form to get an answer.
Women who have received a letter from BreastScreen WA, or are 50 years and over, can now book a standard appointment online.
The parenting helpline aims to provide timely responses for immediate parenting concerns and connect parents and carers to relevant services and resources.
Participate in online consultations in the areas of public health and clinical services, planning for frameworks, policy and guidelines.
Healthdirect Australia’s symptom checker provides professional health advice about the most appropriate response to medical concerns for you and your family.
Search for counselling services in your area using the National Health Services Directory.
Search for dental services in your area using the National Health Services Directory.
Search for general practice health services in your area using the National Health Services Directory.
Find your nearest health service using the National Health Services Directory (NHSD).
Search for mental health services in your area using the National Health Services Directory.
You can access a general practitioner (GP) or health service for a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or blood-borne virus test.
Search for aged care health services in your area using the National Health Services Directory.
View the range of services available to provide support and immediate response to people in crisis or in need of urgent medical care.
The ClinSimWA website has a register of clinical simulation equipment in Western Australia.
A list of upcoming events in the clinical simulation industry.
A combined resource of clinical simulation training courses happening in Western Australia.
If you’ve just had your baby, a community child health nurse will contact you to arrange your first purple book appointment.
If you have been issued an invoice from WA Health you can pay using Visa or Mastercard using WA Health BPOINT bill payment system.
If you’ve ever had unprotected sex you could be at risk of having a sexually transmitted infection (STI). We offer a free online self assessment to find out if you're at risk.

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