Your Rights and Responsibilities (English)
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Services are provided 24 hours a day, seven days per week.
This includes a full surgery service with general surgery and day surgery. We also provide five monitored beds, outpatient services, palliative care, rehabilitation and renal dialysis.
Specialists are available in:
We also provide specific facilities and staff for Aboriginal patients.
A chemotherapy service with six chemotherapy chairs with trained and accredited Registered Nurses to provide chemotherapy treatment and other cancer services, including infusions.
Flinders, Eyre & Far North chemotherapy services include:
See the New regional cancer services brochure (PDF 99KB) for more information
Caesarean operations, epidural anaesthetics and birthing facilities are available at this hospital. A shared care arrangement with GPs, an obstetrician and community midwives assist women with care and treatment before, during and after childbirth.
Telephone: (08) 8668 7501
Fax: (08) 8668 7503
For after hours services, contact Lifeline 24-hours a day for the cost of a local call on 13 1114.
Port Augusta Hospital and Health Service works with local Aboriginal communities to improve their health and wellbeing through the Aboriginal Health Manager. We provide leadership, coordination and planning of Aboriginal health services, advise, inform and refer to mainstream services. We also provide health screening, diabetes care, counselling, and assist health workers to understand the needs and culture of the Aboriginal community.
Assistance and support can be provided to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who need an interpreter for medical, transport and social issues. The services of a traditional healer can be provided on request. Ask the nurse to contact the manager of Aboriginal Health for any of our services.
A liaison officer is available during the day Monday to Friday for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients who may require advice or assistance. Please let your nurse know and they will contact the liaison officer.
All ward areas including accident and emergency as well as the Step Down Unit and administration buildings are culturally blessed/cleansed at least once per year.