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Get the bigger picture in healthI got the flu shot to protect my baby (PDF 236KB)

Pregnant women are more at risk of becoming seriously ill from the flu. Getting a flu vaccination while pregnant protects your baby for the first six months of life.

Get the bigger picture in healthGet the bigger picture in health

Between 2008 and 2018, more than $7 billion is being invested in building new hospitals and improving existing health facilities across Western Australia.

BreastScreen WA mobile screening unit (truck) driving down a roadFree screening mammograms in rural WA

Find out when the BreastScreen WA mobile screening unit is in your area. Have a FREE screening mammogram with BreastScreen WA's mobile rural service. Ph 13 20 50.

Blue sign with white writing with the word WAVSS on itWA Vaccine Safety Surveillance

Report an adverse reaction to a vaccination online, by phone or by mail.

Sign in neon pink writing and blue stethoscope reading: Need an after hours GP?Looking for an after hours GP?

Find out about our GP After Hours free iPhone App.

Nurses in clinical settingMeet our team

Meet some of our talented staff and see what it’s like to work at WA Health.

New children's hospital (artist's impression) from a distanceA new era in free public hospital care

New state-of-the-art hospitals are planned or well underway to meet the needs of the future.

Mother with her two daughters smiling to cameraWA Health's partners in delivering care

Learn more about the many organisations WA Health partners with to deliver health care to the community.