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Your right to information, to decide about your care, to consent to treatment, to receive appropriate care and for confidentiality
For all emergencies phone 000
Jones Radiology: (08) 8505 1550
SA Pathology Service: (08) 8521 2170
Postal address: PO Box 196 Gawler SA 5118
Gawler Health Service provides a comprehensive range of medical and surgical services to patients from Gawler and surrounding communities including the Lower North and Barossa Valley.
Patients may commence their stay at Gawler Health Service but finish their care at one of the neighbouring Hospitals with specialist medical or allied health input when required. All hospitals in the region work collaboratively to support the patient care needs.
In a medical emergency phone 000 and await ambulance attendance
When you arrive at the Gawler Health Service accident and emergency service, you will be seen by a nurse to collect information and assess your illness or injury prior to seeing a doctor.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency you can present to the accident and emergency service at Gawler Health Service.
Alternatively, contact the Rural and Remote Mental Health Service on 13 14 65 for mental health counselling, support and information 24 hours, 7 days.
At the Gawler Health Service you can choose to be admitted as a Private Patient. Admission as a private patient has benefits for both you and the hospital.
For more information please visit attending hospital as a private patient.
Parking is available at the front of the hospital as well as additional parking in car parks 3 and 4. There is also disabled parking on site.
Gawler Health Service has full disability access. If you have special needs and are unsure, please contact reception who will assist you with your specific enquiry.
Services provided by Gawler Health Service include accident and emergency, medical and surgical care, maternity and obstetrics and chemotherapy services.
The list of specialists who provide surgical services at Gawler Health Service provided to assist GPs and members of the community with information about each specialist, including an indication of procedures performed, referral information, and the location of their consulting rooms.
The information listed has been provided by each specialist.
Information about surgeons can be found on the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons website ‘Find a Surgeon’ directory. The listing includes surgeons who meet the requirements of the College’s Continuing Professional Development program and have opted to be on the list.