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Who do you call after hours? | Tas After Hours - When you need medical help, your GP should always be your first point of call. If they are not available, find out who to call after hours.

  • http://www.tasafterhours.com/save-link-web-app Save a link to the web app | Tas After Hours - Accessing this website from a mobile phone will launch the web app where it can be used immediately – there is no need to download from an app store.
 If you wish to create a quicklink to the Tas After Hours web app on your phone homepage, follow the instructions below:
  • http://www.tasafterhours.com/about-us About us | Tas After Hours - A focus of primary health networks around Australia is to improve access to after hours services for local communities. The Tas After Hours project is an initiative of Primary Health Tasmania. This project aims to provide Tasmanians with information and access to a range of medical services and help available after hours. Primary Health Tasmania is a non-government, not-for-profit primary health care organisation working to help coordinate and connect primary health care services for local communities.
  • http://www.tasafterhours.com/contact-us Contact us | Tas After Hours - Find out more about Primary Health Tasmania, call us on 1300 653 169 or send us a message. Central Office: Level 4, 15 Victoria Street, Hobart TAS 7000 GPO Box 1827, Hobart TAS 7001
  • http://www.tasafterhours.com/other-helplines Other helplines | Tas After Hours - Helpline services that may useful to you after hours:
 Support for anyone in Australia experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide.
 When: 24/7        
 Phone: 131 114
 Mens Helpline
 Telephone and online support and information service for Australian men.
 When: 24/7
 Phone: 1300 789 978
  • http://www.tasafterhours.com/terms-of-use Terms of use | Tas After Hours - This web site is owned and operated by Primary Health Tasmania and will be referred to as "We", "our" and "us" in this Terms of Use policy. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use Policy of this web site ("the web site"), which is set out on this web site page.
  • http://www.tasafterhours.com/privacy-policy Privacy policy | Tas After Hours - Protecting the privacy of your personal information
 In complying with the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000, Primary Health Tasmania has developed a Privacy Policy that governs its handling of personal information.

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