Cannington Urgent Care
If you have COVID symptoms, do not attend St John Urgent Care. Visit HealthyWA.com.au to find a testing clinic.
1472 Albany Highway
Beckenham WA 6107
If It’s Urgent, But Not an Emergency, Our Cannington Urgent Care GP Can Help
As of Monday 30 May 2022, out of pocket charges apply to all Urgent Care consultations.
When it’s urgent but not an emergency, you can avoid queues at the Emergency Department and receive immediate care.
Reasons Why You Might Need A GP for Urgent Care in Cannington
Cannington Urgent Care is staffed by a team of highly skilled doctors and nurses that will be able to see and treat walk-in patients.
Attend in person or call for the following:
- Possible sprains or broken bones
- Wounds 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
How Do I Know If It’s an Emergency?
There are many ways to recognise whether you have a medical emergency that requires immediate attention and care. If you are experiencing breathing problems, bleeding that will not stop, choking, fainting or loss of consciousness, or any of the below, we recommend you attend Emergency Department or call Triple Zero (000) for:
- Heart attack/chest pains
- Inability to breathe
- 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
Ample free patient and disabled parking available within Cannington. Access is via two roads: Albany Highway (eastbound only) or William Street. NB: If you are travelling westbound along Albany Highway, you will have to turn right at William Street and then drive through the shopping centre complex. If you are travelling along Nicholson Road towards Albany Highway, turn right at the intersection and then turn immediately left into the shopping centre complex.