Health and wellbeing
Medicare ensures that all Australians have access to free or low-cost medical, optometry and hospital care. Find out more information here.
The Ambulance Service of New South Wales is committed to providing high quality clinical care and health related transport services to over 6.7 million people in NSW.
Need help or someone to talk to? Get support or councelling by contacting one of the services listed here.
Find out about your healthcare rights and responsibilities, and treatment services.
Contact the healthdirect Australia 24-hour telephone service for free health information and advice.
Self help, or assistive, devices can give a person the leverage they need to perform certain tasks that they find difficult due to lack of strength, flexibility, range of motion or balance.
Find out how the Mental Health Information Service (1300 794 991) and the Anxiety Disorders Information Line (1300 794 992) can help you.
Find comprehensive impartial information about aged care in Australia and how you can get help.
The Health Care Complaints Commission acts to protect public health and safety by dealing with complaints about health service providers in NSW.
Find out about Aboriginal health services in NSW and current health programs.
Find out about the Australian Red Cross blood service and how you can become a blood donor.
Whatever option you choose - whether it is with a midwife at a birthing centre or a doctor at a maternity hospital (or even a doula at a home birth) - it is your choice.
The range of oral health services provided through the NSW public health system broadly includes dental services to children and adults according to criteria that target emergency situations, those in most need, dental education and oral health promotional services.
Information and services related to Sexually Transmissible Infections and Blood Borne Viruses with contact information for further assistance.
Information and resources about the hearing services available in NSW from a range of government and non-government agencies.
Find out about the specialist care available in your area for people with a terminal illness.
Find out about the NSW Immunisation Program and the vaccines available for you and your family.
Kids Helpline is Australia's only free, private and confidential, telephone and online counselling service specifically for young people aged between 5 and 25.
Find out further information about organ and tissue donation in Australia and how you can join the Australian organ donor register.