The centre offers a comprehensive service for referred clients both adults and children including clinical staff, medications, x-rays and specimen collection. Onsite or telephone interpreters can be arranged for clients who speak a language other than English if required.
Information, diagnosis and treatment for tuberculosis TB is available from the Western Australia Tuberculosis Control Program, a statewide public health service that operates as a resource centre and clinic.
We have both male and female doctors and will try to match your request to be seen by your preferred doctor. The centre is closed on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. We will treat you with respect, dignity and care and we acknowledge your cultural and individual needs.
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