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We work closely with a wide range of health professionals, including general practitioners (GPs), allied health practitioners, nurses and medical specialists, to provide comprehensive care for our patients.
Dedicated GP Hub
St John of God Health Care’s new GP Hub has information on upcoming GP education events across Perth, specialist referral information, medical and research news and key contact information for GPs. Find out more.
The following numbers are for GPs only wanting to quickly contact the hospital about a patient:
- GP Priority Hotline (all queries): 08 9462 4222
- GP Private Admission Hotline (streamlines private admissions): 08 9462 4444
Accessing clinical advice for COVID positive patients
Information for GPs on accessing clinical advice for COVID-19 positive patients in the East Metropolitan region is available here.
Find a specialist
Please see our Find a Specialist search.
We host regular Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) accredited professional development sessions and Emergency Department (ED) information sessions to help keep you up-to-date with the latest medical and surgical information.
For more information or to be added to the invitation list, email [email protected]
Upcoming GP events can be found on the GP Hub.
GP Services Directory
To review our hospital services and referral pathways refer to the GP Services Directory. (PDF, 3mb)
All standard medical and surgical outpatient referrals (not maternity or allied health) should be sent directly to WA Health's Central Referral Service (CRS):
The CRS covers GP/external referrals for a first outpatient appointment with a specialist at a clinic within a public metropolitan hospital. The CRS accepts referrals for a number of doctor-led specialities. For a full list of in and out of scope specialities, further information on referral access criteria (RAC) and how to submit a referral through CRS please refer to: Central Referral Service guide for referrers. Please note, referrals to specialties with RACs must meet the RAC to be accepted. Referrals which do not contain sufficient information to allow accurate triaging of the priority of the referral will be returned to the referrer.
Please note: CRS postal address has changed.
View the hospital's catchment area.
Urgent medical and surgical referrals
All urgent medical and surgical referrals (ie; patient needs to be seen within seven days) should be directed to the relevant on-call consultant via the GP hotline: 08 9462 4222.
All obstetric referrals should be sent by the GP directly to the hospital via:
Fax: 08 9462 4085
Email: [email protected]
To view the hospital's catchment area (note some temporary changes have been made to maternity catchment area).
Referrals for allied health and outpatient services
Outpatient services have a separate referral pathways, including Midland Physician Service, orthopedic services, allied health, general outpatient services.
Early Pregnancy Assessment Service (EPAS)
The EPAS is suitable for women in the first trimester who are experiencing a serious issue with their pregnancy that does not require urgent attention.
EPAS clinics are undertaken on Mondays and Thursdays from 1.00pm to 5.00pm. GP referrals are required (please mark them as needing urgent attention and call as well to ensure a prompt response)
Tel: 08 9462 4293
Fax: 08 9462 4085
Email: [email protected]
Allied health and general outpatients appointments
Allied health appointments include: dietetics, hydrotherapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, podiatry, psychology, social work and speech pathology.
General outpatients appointments include: continence, diabetes (nurse-led clinics), ENT (internal referrals only), fracture clinic (internal referrals only), general surgery, geriatric medicine, genecology, obstetrics, oncology, ophthalmology (Medicare referrals only), pediatrics medicine, plastics (Medicare referrals only), stroke, stomal therapy, urology (Medicare referrals only) and wound management.
Multidisciplinary Complex Foot Service
Our Multidisciplinary Complex Foot Service provides assessment, management and coordination of care for acute or chronic foot problems that are at high risk of admission and amputation.
The service combines podiatry with diabetes physicians/endocrinologists, infectious disease specialists and vascular surgeon. The multi-disciplinary team approach can improve outcomes for conditions, such as diabetic foot ulceration, poor circulation, severe infection and Charcot foot.
For an urgent outpatient referral, GPs can contact the Red Hot Foot line on 08 9462 4325 (business hours).
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