St John Urgent Care Services

St John WA Urgent Care

When it’s urgent, but not an emergency

Walk-ins for urgent medical treatment welcome. However, due to COVID-19, you may be screened prior to admission, including a temperature check. Walk-in service available seven days a week with x-ray on site for sprains, broken bones and minor wounds. Private fees may apply.

If you have viral symptoms, including a fever, you MUST call before attending:

 

DO NOT attend a St John Urgent Care centre if you suspect you have COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Please call us.

For more information, call the Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080 or visit the HealthyWA website for further advice.

St John Urgent Care can attend to the following:

  • Possible sprains or broken bones
  • Cuts that need stitches or glue
  • Sports injuries
  • Minor eye and ear problems
  • Minor burns and scalds
  • Insect and animal bites
  • X-rays available on site

Attend Emergency Department or call triple zero (000) for:

  • Heart attack/chest pains
  • Inability to breathe
  • Collapse/seizure/stroke
  • Heavy bleeding
  • Serious head or neck injury
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Severe stomach pain
  • Severe burns
  • Bleeding in pregnancy
  • Serious mental health problems
  • Poisoning or serious allergic reactions

After-hours Urgent Care in Perth

Our centre’s late-night hours mean patients can see a GP/doctor after hours and receive immediate care without the need to visit the emergency department.

Each local Urgent Care clinic offers high quality, immediate health care services, as well as a safe alternate care pathway for unscheduled medical care in Perth. Follow-up treatments such as plaster, urgent dental and stitches, as well as x-rays and pathology are also available onsite if necessary.

Each Urgent Care clinic is staffed by a team of highly skilled doctors and nurses that will be able to see and treat walk-in patients. Attend or call one of our three Urgent Care clinic locations across Perth for assistance with all non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses.

Alternatively, if you would like to make an appointment with a GP, contact St John Medical or make a booking online.