- Ebolavirus disease
- Get the bigger picture
- Going to hospital
- Is your child starting school? Get immunised
- Emergency Department activity
- Food legislation breaches - list of restaurants and food outlets
- Staying healthy when travelling overseas
- Talk Soon. Talk Often
- painHEALTH – a help website for musculoskeletal pain
For medical advice
- See your doctor
- Visit a GP after hours
- Ring healthdirect Australia
1800 022 222
- Call the Poisons Information Centre 13 11 26
Mental health emergency
- Metro 1300 555 788
- Peel 1800 676 822
- Rural/remote after hours
1800 552 002
- Find mental health services
WA Health is well-prepared to identify and respond to any suspected cases of Ebolavirus disease (EVD).
Pregnant women are more at risk of becoming seriously ill from the flu. Getting a flu vaccination while pregnant protects your baby for the first six months of life.
Between 2008 and 2018, more than $7 billion is being invested in building new hospitals and improving existing health facilities across Western Australia.
Report an adverse reaction to a vaccination online, by phone or by mail.
Find out about our GP After Hours free iPhone App.