Additional Clinical Support

This page includes resources that may assist you as a GP working in the southern area. Please let us know if you would like other resources to be included.

Specialist Advice Phone Lines

GP Psychiatry Support Line

Psychiatrists answer your queries Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm.
Ph: 1800 16 17 18.

Alternatively, there is an option to book a call back from a psychiatrist at a chosen date and time on the GP Psychiatry Support website.

Drug and Alcohol Clinical Advisory Service (DACAS)

7 days a week including public holidays, 8:30am to 10.00pm.
Ph: (08) 7087 1742.
Email:
HealthDACASEnquiries@sa.gov.au 
Website: Drug and Alcohol Clinical Advisory Service - contact information and provides useful infosheets for GPs.

Statewide Eating Disorder Service

Professionals can contact the Statewide Eating Disorder Service for advice, liaison and education to help care for people with an eating disorder. An intake clinician is available during business hours and will respond to your enquiry promptly.

Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) 9.00 am to 4.30 pm
Phone: (08) 8198 0800
Fax: (08) 8198 0899
Website: Statewide Eating Disorder Service - SEDS referring instructions including Brief Guide to the Medical Monitoring of Patients with an Eating Disorder (PDF 64KB) and SEDS referral form.

Palliative Care Support Line for Clinicians

7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
Ph: 1300 673 122

Statewide service for clinicians only, an operator will direct you to the relevant Palliative Care Consultant for advice based on your patient’s location.

Drug and Therapeutics Information Service (DATIS) Clinical Support Telephone Service

Pharmacists answer your queries Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 5.00pm.
Ph: (08) 7425 8444
Fax: (08) 7425 8477

HealthPathways SA

Clinical guidance including suggested GP management and referral pathways can be found at HealthPathways SA. To register for a login, please complete the short Health Pathways login formEven if the pathway has not been localised for South Australia, the clinical guidance for GP assessment and primary care management will be up to date and written by colleagues in New Zealand.

Therapeutic Guidelines - ETG Complete

Free access link restricted to Adelaide region General Practice Staff only (requires initial registration via the Adelaide PHN Resource page).

SA Health

Adelaide Primary Health Network

https://adelaidephn.com.au/

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