GP Urgent Care Perth

Urgent care doctor visiting a patient at home

Perth’s highest quality home visit urgent care doctor service

CALL TO BOOK 1300 644 483

It’s sometimes difficult to know how long you can afford to wait to see a doctor. Some medical problems cannot wait for a GP appointment the next day. But many of these don’t require a visit to the Emergency Department. If you need to see a doctor in the next few hours, have you considered a review from an urgent care GP? GP urgent care is a medical service that looks after non-life threatening medical problems that cannot wait to be reviewed by the GP the next day. Common examples are musculoskeletal injuries, abrasions or minor lacerations and illnesses of the eye, ear, nose and throat.

Not all urgencies are emergencies

In response to a significant number of patients attending WA Emergency Departments for non-life threatening conditions, a campaign has been launched to raise awareness amongst patients that not all urgencies are emergencies. The WA pilot encourages patients to attend local GP clinics as an alternative to attending the Emergency Department.

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When to use urgent care doctors?

Urgent care doctors care for patients with acute medical conditions which can’t wait to see the GP the next day. They do not provide emergency medical treatment or look after chronic health conditions. Examples of acute medical conditions that an urgent care GP can treat include:

Common urgent conditions

Gastroenteritis Skin infections
Urinary tract infections Falls. Minor injuries inc. minor head injuries
Respiratory infections Abdominal pain
Unwell child assessment. Children with fevers Headaches and migraines
Body aches and pains. Back pain and muscle strains Acute worsening of chronic conditions
Ear infections Vertigo

When to go to emergency?

If you think your condition requires emergency treatment you should attend your local Emergency Department or call an ambulance. Examples of emergency medical problems include:

  • Chest pain
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Strokes
  • Severe head injuries
  • Snake bites
  • Severe bleeding

What to expect from urgent care

Night Doctor is an urgent care service that visits patients in their homes, reducing burden on local Emergency Departments. We provide a high quality service that ensures patients receive the optimal care they deserve.

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How it works

After booking with our service, your doctor will call you to discuss your condition. After assessing your medical problem, your doctor will advise whether your are safe to wait for a home visit, or instead need to attend the Emergency Department for higher levels of care. You don’t need to worry about working this out for yourself. You will be informed of the time your doctor expects to arrive at your house, and will be notified about any unexpected delays. Your urgent care doctor carries a range of starter medications so you don’t need to worry about visiting the pharmacy, and they will provide a summary of their medical assessment to your regular GP after the visit.

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The Night Doctor urgent care service provides an alternative to attending urgent care clinics and is especially helpful for those who struggle to attend clinics due to illness or mobility concerns or those in disability care or nursing homes. Our service operates throughout most of the Perth Metropolitan region and continues operating when local urgent care clinics close for business.

Opening hours

Monday 12am–8am, 6pm–12am
Tuesday 12am–8am, 6pm–12am
Wednesday 12am–8am, 6pm–12am
Thursday 12am–8am, 6pm–12am
Friday 12am–8am, 6pm–12am
Saturday 12am–8am, 12pm–12am
Sunday 24 hours
Public Holiday 24 hours

CALL TO BOOK 1300 644 483

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See which areas we service.

How much does it cost

Patients with DVA Gold cover or who live in a disability care home or nursing home are bulk billed. There is a small out-of-pocket fee for all other patients. Use the selector to see what fees apply for your visit or see our fees page or call to speak with our receptionist for more information. We do accept split payments using a debit or credit card. We do not carry or accept cash.

Fees

Choose your health cover category above to learn about any fees that may apply to your Night Doctor visit.

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $49
Booking after 9pm $69
Booking after 11pm $89
See public holiday rates

Public holiday rates

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $75
Booking after 9pm $95
Booking after 11pm $115

* Medicare will pay for most of the cost of your visit. Medicare requires us to take the gap payment + the Medicare rebate upfront. In most circumstances we can process your rebate into your bank account during the visit. Speak to our receptionist to learn more.

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $39
Booking after 9pm $49
Booking after 11pm $59
See public holiday rates

Public holiday rates

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $65
Booking after 9pm $85
Booking after 11pm $105

* Medicare will pay for most of the cost of your visit. Medicare requires us to take the gap payment + the Medicare rebate upfront. In most circumstances we can process your rebate into your bank account during the visit. Speak to our receptionist to learn more.

Patients must show a valid commonwealth concession card to the doctor on their arrival to be eligible for concession rates. Eligible cards are: a Pensioner Concession Card, Health Care Card or Commonwealth Seniors Health Card issued by either Centrelink or the Department of Veterans' Affairs.

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $39
Booking after 9pm $49
Booking after 11pm $59
See public holiday rates

Public holiday rates

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $65
Booking after 9pm $85
Booking after 11pm $105

* Medicare will pay for most of the cost of your visit. Medicare requires us to take the gap payment + the Medicare rebate upfront. In most circumstances we can process your rebate into your bank account during the visit. Speak to our receptionist to learn more.

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $49
Booking after 9pm $69
Booking after 11pm $89
See public holiday rates

Public holiday rates

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $75
Booking after 9pm $95
Booking after 11pm $115

* Medicare will pay for most of the cost of your visit. Medicare requires us to take the gap payment + the Medicare rebate upfront. In most circumstances we can process your rebate into your bank account during the visit. Speak to our receptionist to learn more.

You must show a valid Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) card to the doctor on their arrival to be eligible for OSHC rates. You will be charged 'No Health Cover' rates if you do not have a valid card.

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $0
Booking after 9pm $0
Booking after 11pm $0
See public holiday rates

Public holiday rates

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $0
Booking after 9pm $0
Booking after 11pm $0

* Medicare will pay for most of the cost of your visit. Medicare requires us to take the gap payment + the Medicare rebate upfront. In most circumstances we can process your rebate into your bank account during the visit. Speak to our receptionist to learn more.

We bulk bill all DVA Gold patients. You must show a valid DVA Gold card to the doctor on their arrival. If you do not have a valid card you will have to pay for your visit and claim the rebates from the Department of Veteran Affairs.

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $0
Booking after 9pm $0
Booking after 11pm $0
See public holiday rates

Public holiday rates

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $0
Booking after 9pm $0
Booking after 11pm $0

* Medicare will pay for most of the cost of your visit. Medicare requires us to take the gap payment + the Medicare rebate upfront. In most circumstances we can process your rebate into your bank account during the visit. Speak to our receptionist to learn more.

We bulk bill all Aged Care Facility patients.

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $0
Booking after 9pm $0
Booking after 11pm $0
See public holiday rates

Public holiday rates

Out-of-pocket fee

(the gap)

Booking before 9pm $0
Booking after 9pm $0
Booking after 11pm $0

* Medicare will pay for most of the cost of your visit. Medicare requires us to take the gap payment + the Medicare rebate upfront. In most circumstances we can process your rebate into your bank account during the visit. Speak to our receptionist to learn more.

We bulk bill all Disability Care Home patients.

Visit fee

Booking before 9pm $249
Booking after 9pm $269
Booking after 11pm $289
See public holiday rates

Public holiday rates

Visit fee

Booking before 9pm $275
Booking after 9pm $295
Booking after 11pm $315

We will issue overseas travellers with a receipt to allow you to claim the visit fee back from your insurer.