Princess Margaret Hospital Refugee Clinic

The Princess Margaret Hospital for Children (PMH) Refugee Health Clinic (RHC) was formally established in 2005. The clinic provides holistic health care for refugee children and their families.

It is a part of the Department of Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine (DPAM) and thus under the direction of the PMH Paediatric Medicine Clinical Care Unit (PMCCU).

The RHC operates closely with both the Humanitarian Entrant Health Service (HEHS) and the Western Australian Tuberculosis Control Program (WATCP).

To contact one of the clinic’s refugee health liaison nurses:
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Cultural Diversity Unit