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Doctor's Health Advisory Service (NSW/ACT)

The Doctors' Health Advisory Service in the NSW/ACT operates a telephone Help Line to provide personal advice to practitioners and students facing difficulties. Anyone who is concerned about their own health, the health of a colleague, or the health of a family members who is a doctor or a medical student can call the Help Line.

Most of their callers seek advice in relation to stress and mental illness, drug and alcohol problems, or personal and financial difficulties. No problem is too trivial or too serious. They provide follow up by an experienced psychiatrist and a social worker as required, as well as being able to refer to general practitiones, psychiatrists and drug & alcohol specialists with an interest in doctors' health.

For more infromation please visit DHAS' website at: http://dhas.org.au/ 

Alternatively, you can call DHAS on: 02 9437 6552

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