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Our emergency departments (ED) are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call 000 in an emergency.
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Emergency departments are available to the community for serious and unexpected events. They are open 24 hours a day and seven days a week, but they are a busy and crowded and patients are seen in the order of seriousness, not in the order of the time that they arrived.
The alternative options available to you include visiting your local pharmacy, contacting the 24-hour Healthdirect helpline at 1800 022 222, consulting your general practitioner (GP), or reaching out to the Western Sydney Urgent Care Line at 1800 371 372. For further information about these alternative care choices, kindly click here.
Call triple zero (OOO) immediately.
Emergency departments use a triage system to ensure that we treat the sickest person first. We also have a few different “streams” or models of care so there are different people in different queues depending on what they have come to hospital for.
When you arrive at the Emergency Department, you will be seen and assessed by a triage nurse. You will then be given a triage category. Patients are seen in order of triage category, so triage 1 patients will always be treated ahead of other patients.
Please don’t eat or drink anything until you have been seen by the doctor.
And don’t hesitate to ask for pain relief if you need it.
We have a dedicated Emergency Department team that includes