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Open every day 10am – 10pm Open all public holidays

  • Minor falls/trips
  • Lacerations
  • Suspected fractures
  • Sporting injuries
  • Vomiting and diarrhoea
  • Dental emergencies
  • Migraines/headache
  • Mild asthma
  • Problems in early pregnancy
  • Fevers – adult and child
  • Rashes and skin conditions
  • Work place injuries
  • Overseas and international students
  • Immediate access to specialist care
  • Only staffed by experienced emergency physicians
  • No appointment necessary
  • No prolonged waiting times
  • One stop shop
  • CT, Xray, Ultrasound and Pathology available onsite
  • Dental emergencies

We charge a $200* fee to access our facility. This covers your medical assessment, pathology and imaging. *This fee is not covered by medicare or health funds. (Bupa overseas insurance members are covered)

Consultation with senior emergency specialists and other acute care specialist clinics.

Onsite access to the latest Ultrasound, CT scanning and X Ray technology.

Onsite pathology service.

Full range of dental consultations services including emergency, implants and diagnosis.

 

 

 

We have strong relationships with all local hospitals. If you unexpectedly need hospital admission, we help make sure your transition is seamless.

We work with your GP, but we do not replace them. We are there for out of hours consultations or when you need emergency medical care. We then liaise with your general practitioner so they can resume and coordinate your care.

If needed, we will refer you to a trusted medical specialist within our professional network for further specialist follow up.

WiSE Emergency Clinic provides walk-in specialist medical care for non-life threatening illness or injury.

Our clinic was established by a group of passionate senior emergency physicians who wanted to help patients access care quickly, easily and with minimal waiting times. At the same time they saw that they could help reduce the burden on busy hospital emergency departments, enabling hospital staff to focus on the most severely unwell patients.

In case of unconsciousness, chest pain, difficulty breathing, uncontrollable bleeding or major accident call 000.