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Read more What to do if you’re getting sick or feeling sick: Get checked up on your child before you leave for work If you or your child are sick or experiencing any symptoms of a medical emergency, call 911 or call the local police.

Call 911 if your child is alone, has been in a car accident or is in a public place.

Call the nearest ambulance.

The local police can take you to a hospital for treatment.

If your child needs to go to the hospital, call 999.

This is because emergency services are not available to treat children or adults who have not been vaccinated.

Your child may need to stay home until the emergency is resolved.

Call your doctor for further information.

Call a hospital emergency number to call a doctor or emergency room.

The hospital emergency numbers are: the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RASH) – 1800 757 866 (for adults) or 1300 933 552 (for children) or 0800 864 867 (for people with mobility problems) Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) 1800 754 878 (for older adults) Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) 1701 438 910 (for the elderly) Royal Perth Hospital 1800 544 645 (for pregnant women and children under 3) Royal Adelaide Women’s Hospital 1800 753 880 (for women over 70) or the Royal Childrens Hospital (Pregnancy Services) 1800 551 656 (for pregnancy) or 1800 654 661 (for infants) Royal Northern Territory Hospital 1800 864 932 (for those who cannot get to the nearest emergency services centre) Royal Western Australia Hospital 1800 424 586 (for families) Royal Darwin Hospital 1800 637 874 (for patients with mobility difficulties) Royal Southern Territory Hospital (RNTH) 1800 643 874 or 1800 764 931 (for seniors) Royal Victoria Hospital 1800 702 754 (for elderly people with disabilities) Royal Tasmania Hospital 1800 927 538 (for family carers) or 927 462 651 (for nursing) Rural Health Australia 1800 931 535 (for emergency medical services) RNU 1800 888 896 (for senior people) RNUT 1800 930 537 (for elders) Royal Prince Alfred Hospital 1800 737 789 (for injured people with a medical condition) Royal North Shore Hospital 1800 701 887 (for medical students) Royal West Australian Hospital 1800 666 874 The Department of Health and Human Services 1800 639 931 The Department for Business, Innovation and Employment 1800 571 656 The Department and Community Services 1800 842 931 Rural Health Victoria 1800 638 931 or 1800 845 868 (for individuals) Rural and Regional Health Victoria (RHRV) 1800 737 931 State Health and Medical Services 1800 749 882 (for health and social services) State Health (SAH) 24 Hour Ambulance Service 1800 734 868 State Ambulances Service 1800 868 868 Health Services 1800 462 732 or 1800 424 928 Health Australia 1801 863 734 Rural Ambulancers 1800 632 936 Rural Ambulsives 1800 832 937 Rural Emergency Services 1800 933 638 or 1800 427 928 Rural Fire Service 1800 943 636 or 1800 436 864 Rural Health 1800 843 869 or 1800 428 928