Quairading provides a number of health services and facilities for young and old.
From the Medical Practice to Seniors activity groups and aged care, we have it all. There are also a number of specialists who visit Quairading on a regular basis.
For detailed information on each health service or facility, see below.
A community owned car and volunteer driver is available to take you to medical appointments in Perth, Midland, Northam , Narrogin or Merredin. A donation to the Auxiliary of $70 is requested and payable in cash at the Shire of Quairading upon your return.
To find out more, make a booking or volunteer as a driver – please call Dougal Fraser on 0415 466 439.
This community service has been made possible with support from Shire of Quairading and Quairading Hospital Ladies Auxiliary with funds from Betty’s Op Shop.
Volunteer drivers are urgently required – please phone the number above.
Full GP Services are provided for the Medical Practice and Visitation/On Call (limited) arrangements at the Quairading Hospital.
The Surgery is located across the road and to the west of the hospital and has wheelchair access.
Visiting services include:
• Female P Program
• Diabetic Educator
• Skin clinics once a month
Bookings are essential for all appointments. Please call the number provided.
Address 19 Harris Street, Quairading
Phone (08) 9645 1210
Fax (08) 9645 1066
Monday – Thursday 8.30am – 12.30pm, 1.30pm – 5.00pm
Friday 8.30am – 12.00 Noon
The Quairading Pharmacy is located on the main street for all your pharmaceutical needs.
An exercise group for over 50’s conducted weekly on a Thursday at 9.30am at the Town Hall. To join the group you just need to be quickly assessed by a physiotherapist. To arrange this you can contact the local hospital on 9645 2222.
See local press for dates and any change to times or location.
The Frail & Aged Lodge known as Parker House is situated next to the Arthur Kelly Village on Jennaberring Road.
The Lodge has facilities for seven residents offering very comfortable modern rooms complemented by tasteful furnishings in the shared living areas.
Carers are on site 24 hours a day with support from the Quairading Health Service.
The Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) provides support services to older people, people with a disability and their carers to assist them to continue living independently at home. (This is for those unable to access Commonwealth Home Support packages from private service providers)
• support to participate in social activity in a group or one-on-one
• assistance with everyday household tasks
• assistance to enhance nutrition, function, strength, independence and safety
• assistance to support your independence in your personal care activities such as showering and dressing
• assistance to keep up with essential activities such as shopping, banking and maintaining social contacts