Medical emergencies are the most common form of emergency in the Australian population, but emergency care can be challenging and costly.
But for those who are in a position to call for help, there are simple, effective ways to help them.
Medical emergencies can affect anyone with a chronic illness, from those with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) to those who have had a heart attack or stroke.
“If I’ve got a heart condition or have a chronic obstructor pulmonary disease, I can get really emotional,” Dr James told 7.30.
“I’m quite happy if it’s going to be a short call.
It’s going not to be an hour or two.””
It’s just to try and reassure somebody, so they’re OK.
“You can’t just call your GP and say, ‘I’m going to call the ambulance.'””
In Australia, people who call for emergency medical services are usually referred to a GP or other health professional. “
You can’t just call your GP and say, ‘I’m going to call the ambulance.'”
In Australia, people who call for emergency medical services are usually referred to a GP or other health professional.
They will also have to submit a written statement to a health practitioner.
“The most important thing is to be calm and to get your own assessment.
You can’t make assumptions,” Dr Jim said.
“The only thing you can say is ‘I’ve had a really bad heart attack, and I’m going in to see a doctor and I need to be monitored.'”
If the person who’s calling for help is really distressed or concerned, they need to speak to someone who has expertise in that area.
“The call for assistance will usually go through a doctor or GP.
But, for those with other health conditions, it could go directly to a specialist.
Dr James said that, in the most serious cases, people should seek immediate medical assistance.”
If you’ve got something that’s really serious and you’re really in need of medical attention, you need to call 911 and go straight to your nearest emergency room,” he said.”
When you call the hospital, you should get an ambulance, and then you can be driven to the hospital and then they’ll take you in and they’ll assess you and take you home.
“You’ll be able to call your doctor and get the diagnosis and take it from there.”
The key to getting medical help from emergency services is communication and understanding, Dr James said.
“You don’t have to get a call from someone.
You just have to explain what you’re going through,” he explained.”
There are some things you can do with the call.
And, if it doesn’t come through, you can call your nearest GP. You don