Medical Consultation Services Perth

Solution 82

Australian Leaders in Medical Consultations

Welcome to Solution 82, your reliable partner for medical consultation services. We have a doctor on staff who is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for Doctor to Doctor consultations. Our doctor has worked as an operator in mining at the local, national, and international levels.

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Doctor-to-Doctor Consultations

We offer Doctor-to-Doctor consultations to make sure that, if a worker gets hurt or sick, they get the best medical care possible. Our doctor is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help doctors and nurses who work with injured or sick workers.

Procedures for Responding to Medical Emergencies

Procedures for Responding to Medical Emergencies

We have written procedures for both the worker and the PCBU for responding to medical emergencies. Our procedures are set up to make sure that workers get the right medical care at the right time if they get hurt or sick. Our team of experts will work with you to create custom medical response plans that follow all local, state, and federal laws and rules.

Experience in the mining industry

Experience in the mining industry

Our doctor has worked in the mining industry at the local, national, and international levels. Because of this, we can offer the mining industry specialized medical consultation services. We know the risks and problems that are unique to mining operations and can give you medical care that is tailored to your needs.

Our Medical Consultation Services

At Solution 82, we provide robust medical consultation services tailored to your specific needs. We offer around-the-clock Doctor-to-Doctor Consultations, ensuring that your workers receive the best possible care when ill or injured. Our resident doctor assists healthcare professionals dealing with workplace injuries or illnesses, ensuring optimal medical attention. Furthermore, we establish comprehensive Medical Emergency Response Procedures for both the workers and PCBU, ensuring immediate, correct treatment in emergencies, all compliant with relevant laws.

We also work with you to create customised emergency response plans. With direct experience in local to international high-risk operations, our doctor brings industry-specific expertise to offer specialised consultation services. We understand the unique challenges and risks associated with high-risk, heavy industry enabling us to provide bespoke medical solutions. Choose Solution 82 for specialised, round-the-clock medical care tailored to your industry.


Our Clients Include

Our Clients

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

A medical practitioner is a licensed professional trained to diagnose, treat, and prevent illnesses and injuries in patients. This term encompasses a range of medical roles, including general practitioners, specialists, and surgeons.

Medical practitioners can specialize in various fields such as general practice, cardiology, neurology, surgery, psychiatry, and many more. Each specialty has its own set of qualifications and responsibilities.

In Australia, medical practitioners must complete a medical degree from an accredited university, followed by an internship and a period of supervised practice. They must also be registered with the Medical Board of Australia.

Continuous professional development (CPD) is mandatory for maintaining licensure. This involves attending workshops, seminars, and training courses, as well as staying abreast of the latest research and guidelines.

A GP serves as the first point of contact for non-emergency medical care and provides a wide range of services, from diagnosis and treatment to preventive care and health education.

Specialists have additional training in a specific area of medicine and typically focus on treating conditions within that specialty. Referrals from a GP are usually required to see a specialist.

Telehealth services allow medical practitioners to consult with patients remotely via video conferencing or phone calls, offering a convenient alternative for non-urgent consultations.

Patient confidentiality is a legal and ethical obligation for medical practitioners to protect the privacy of patient information. Breaches can result in legal consequences and loss of licensure.

Patients can verify a practitioner’s credentials through the Medical Board of Australia’s online register or by asking to see their qualifications and certifications directly.

Factors to consider include the practitioner’s qualifications, experience, location, availability, and whether they accept your health insurance. Personal comfort and trust are also important.

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