Regional Hospital Support

Regional Health Service and hospital teams can feel supported when working with My Emergency Doctor. We offer a comprehensive and inclusive online medical solution that comes equipped with training and user guides that will get your team up and running quickly.

Offering a streamlined patient management process via our online telehealth service, clinical staff in regional health services, hospitals, urgent care centres and multipurpose services can access on-demand support from qualified senior emergency specialist doctors (FACEMs).

With access to FACEMs via our online telehealth service, regional healthcare teams can have access to senior clinical decision-maker and expand their capability on demand to provide quality care for more patients. This can lead to a better patient experience and health outcome, better operational efficiencies and increased workforce satisfaction.

Using the My Emergency Doctor service is done by ringing the hotline or via the My Emergency Dr app which is intuitively designed for ease of use when emergency care is required.  For more information on how it works please see our Regional Hospitals information page.


When you embed the My Emergency Doctor service with your Regional Hospital or Urgent Care Centre we provide a customised training and onboarding plan for your organisation to ensure our service is understood and supported.  

Training is pre-arranged at the start of a service contract and tailored to suit your organisation's individual requirements. Additional training can also be arranged on request. If you’re from a centre that is already using My Emergency Doctor please contact your nurse unit manager to enquire about how to use the service or access additional training.

Downloadable support resources for Regional Hospitals using My Emergency Doctor

FAQs for Healthcare Institutions

We have answers for questions that are frequently asked by clinicians working in healthcare settings. 

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