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The nearest public hospital is the Royal Hobart Hospital on Liverpool St in Hobart.

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The nearest public hospital is the Royal Hobart Hospital at 48 Liverpool St in Hobart (03) 6222 8308 (switchboard)

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The nearest public hospital is the Royal Hobart Hospital on Liverpool St in Hobart. http://tinyurl.com/9ormzc

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The nearest public hospital is the Royal Hobart Hospital on Liverpool St in Hobart.

January 13, 2009, at 08:49 AM by marypuzzlingorg -
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The Uni Doctors are located on campus in the University Union building: http://www.unidoctors.com.au/

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The Uni Doctors are located on campus in the University Union building:

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City Doctors are affiliated, are usually OK to turn up without an appointment, and located (oddly enough) in the city, 93 Collins St: http://www.citydoctors.com.au/

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City Doctors are affiliated with Uni Doctors, are usually OK to turn up without an appointment, and located (oddly enough) in the city, 93 Collins St:

January 13, 2009, at 08:47 AM by marypuzzlingorg -
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I need to see a general practitioner

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I need to see a general practitioner (primary care doctor)

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City Doctors are affiliated, are usually OK to turn up without an appointment, and located (oddly enough) in the city:

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City Doctors are affiliated, are usually OK to turn up without an appointment, and located (oddly enough) in the city, 93 Collins St:

January 13, 2009, at 08:46 AM by marypuzzlingorg -
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The After Hours Doctor is an emergency clinic located at 252 Main Road, Derwent Park, not far from Hobart (about 15 minutes in a cab), open only on weeknights, weekends and public holidays. You can rock up without an appointment, but you can call them on (03) 6274 4250.

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The After Hours Doctor is an emergency clinic located at 252 Main Road, Derwent Park, not far from Hobart (about 15 minutes in a cab), open only on weeknights, weekends and public holidays. You can rock up without an appointment, but you can call them on (03) 6274 4250.

January 13, 2009, at 08:46 AM by marypuzzlingorg -
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The After Hours Doctor is an emergency clinic located in Derwent Park, not far from Hobart (about 15 minutes in a cab), open only on weeknights, weekends and public holidays. You can rock up without an appointment, but you can call them on (03) 6274 4250.

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The After Hours Doctor is an emergency clinic located at 252 Main Road, Derwent Park, not far from Hobart (about 15 minutes in a cab), open only on weeknights, weekends and public holidays. You can rock up without an appointment, but you can call them on (03) 6274 4250.

January 13, 2009, at 08:39 AM by marypuzzlingorg -
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Infectious illnesses

If you catch something highly transmissible (eg, gastrointestinal illnesses) during the conference, please do not attend the conference that day and give the organisers a heads up. linux.conf.au has had major problems with outbreaks of gastrointestinal problems before.

January 12, 2009, at 09:36 PM by marypuzzlingorg -
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Emergencies

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Emergencies

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I need an ambulance

Ambulance service in Tasmania is free. Call 000.

Non-emergency medical care

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I need an ambulance

Ambulance service in Tasmania is free. Call 000.

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January 12, 2009, at 09:36 PM by marypuzzlingorg - Actually 000 is not for life threatening situations only
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For life threatening access to fire, police and ambulance (not trivial stuff):

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For emergencies requiring immediate medical attention or for a crime in progress or similar (not trivial stuff), you can contact fire, police and ambulance operators as follows:

January 11, 2009, at 01:06 PM by raenaarmitagegmailcom -
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Emergencies

For life threatening access to fire, police and ambulance (not trivial stuff):

  • mobiles use the international standard emergency number 112
  • landline emergency number in Australia is 000 (not 911)
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For life threatening access to fire, police and ambulance (not trivial stuff):

  • mobiles use the international standard emergency number 112
  • landline emergency number in Australia is 000 (not 911)
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The nearest public hospital is the Royal Hobart Hospital on Liverpool St in Hobart. http://tinyurl.com/9ormzc

I need an ambulance

Ambulance service in Tasmania is free. Call 000.

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  • mobiles use the international standard emergency number 112
  • landline emergency number in Australia is 000 (not 911)

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  • mobiles use the international standard emergency number 112
  • landline emergency number in Australia is 000 (not 911)
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<<<<<<< If you find yourself in need of some medical attention while you're in Hobart there are lots of options around Sandy Bay and Hobart generally.

I need to see a general practitioner

The Uni Doctors are located on campus in the University Union building: http://www.unidoctors.com.au/ Phone (03) 6226 2102

City Doctors are affiliated, are usually OK to turn up without an appointment, and located (oddly enough) in the city: http://www.citydoctors.com.au/ (03) 6231 3003

If you can't get into either is a list of many other general practitioners; look for the ones in Sandy Bay and the city. http://www.gpsouth.com.au/directory_body.html Note not all GPs are interested in taking new patients.

It's after hours and I need to see a GP

The After Hours Doctor is an emergency clinic located in Derwent Park, not far from Hobart (about 15 minutes in a cab), open only on weeknights, weekends and public holidays. You can rock up without an appointment, but you can call them on (03) 6274 4250.

I need to go to hospital

The nearest public hospital is the http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=royal+hobart+hospital,+hobart+australia&sll=41.554325,-87.297363&sspn=0.124605,0.308647&ie=UTF8&z=16on? Liverpool St in Hobart.

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January 11, 2009, at 12:54 PM by shirroshirrocom -
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For life threatening access to fire, police and ambulance:

  • For mobiles use the international standard emergency number 112
  • The landline emergency number in Australia is 000 (not 911)
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For life threatening access to fire, police and ambulance (not trivial stuff):

  • mobiles use the international standard emergency number 112
  • landline emergency number in Australia is 000 (not 911)
January 11, 2009, at 12:53 PM by shirroshirrocom -
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For life threatening access to fire, police and ambulance:

January 11, 2009, at 12:53 PM by shirroshirrocom -
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  • For mobiles use the international standard emergency number 112
  • The landline emergency number in Australia is 000 (not 911)
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