Where can I call free medical advice?
NSW – 1800 011 511 – Mental Health Line. NT – 08 8999 4988 – Top End Mental Health Service. QLD – 13 43 25 84 – 13 HEALTH. via
What number do I call for medical advice?
You should call 111 when you need advice or medical treatment quickly, and you cannot wait for an appointment to see your doctor. If you need emergency medical treatment, you must call 999. An emergency is when someone needs medical help to save their life. via
Is there a hotline for health questions?
Medi-Cal Members and Providers: If you have a question, need help, or need to report a problem, please call (800) 541-5555 (outside of California, please call (916) 636-1980) for our Telephone Service Center. As a participant in the Medi-Cal program your feedback is important to us. via
Where do I go for medical advice?
If it's not an emergency, but you need health advice, call Healthdirect on 1800 022 222 and speak to a registered nurse. They will give you expert advice on how to manage your condition at home. Healthdirect is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. via
Can doctors give advice online?
The paper draws the following guidelines for doctors' behavior online: Keep your professional and personal lives separate online. Do not use text messaging for medical interactions except with extreme caution. Do not give clinical advice online without a prior professional relationship. via
What happens if I miss a call from NHS 111?
If you miss your call the GP or Nurse will attempt to you call you once more, if you miss a second call then we ask you to call the practice to rebook another telephone triage appointment. via
Can I call NHS Direct just for advice?
Yes, NHS 111 can make direct appointments with a range of services we have. This includes mental health services, dental care and pharmacists for urgent repeat prescriptions and advice. via
Do I call 111 or 999?
999 is for emergencies and 111 is for non-emergencies. Find out when to call each number. via
Can you call 000 for medical advice?
Triple zero (000) is the number to call for ambulance, police or fire services in an emergency. Only call triple zero (000) if the situation is serious and urgent. You should call triple zero (000) if: someone is seriously injured or needs urgent medical help. via
Can you call an ER for advice?
The ER is also often referred to as the Emergency Department. If you're in need of medical care after office hours, find out if your health plan offers a toll-free advice line. Many plans have toll-free numbers that you can call to speak with a nurse who can help you decide if a trip to the ER is even necessary. via
Can I talk to a doctor on the phone?
Yes, you can talk to a doctor over the phone or with your computer. In some states a video appointment is required. An online doctor may be able to diagnose your condition and prescribe medication over the phone. To book a phone appointment call 888-564-4454. via
Where can I ask a doctor a question for free?
Enter HealthTap. The popular app allows users to ask its team of 35,000 active, U.S.-licensed doctors health-related questions for free. The free service allows users to ask a question under 150 characters. Anything longer and you're asked to give a 99 cent charitable donation. via
Can I call a hospital and ask for advice?
You can go to a hospital emergency room. Or, you can call your doctor for advice. via
Are 111 calls free?
To get help from NHS 111, you can: Go online to nhs.uk (for assessment of people aged 5 and over only). Call 111 for free from a landline or mobile phone. via