Street Doctor is a mobile GP clinic that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of homeless, transient and disadvantaged people.
An easily accessible, non-judgemental health service, the 360 Street Doctor works closely with other community services to engage with people that may be unwilling or unable to access traditional health services. With consistency and accessible community locations, our health professionals tailor their approach and interactions to build trust and provide reliable, safe support for people in need.
When and where is it available?
Street Doctor sets up at various locations across the Perth metro area. See the timetable on the right for times and locations.
If you need support outside our listed opening hours, find out about GP home visits and alternative services.
Do I need to book an appointment?
No referral or appointment necessary, we provide a walk-in service. Standard appointments are 15 minutes, but please allow up to one hour for your initial appointment if you have extensive or complex medical needs. If you have a Medicare or concession card, bring it with you on the day.
Who is there to help me at Street Doctor?
A doctor and a nurse provide clinical services at Street Doctor, with outreach workers and mental health outreach workers providing social support to those accessing the clinic.
Cyrenian House, a non-profit organisation, also provides staff specialising in alcohol and other drugs to our Perth city clinics. Find out more about Cyrenian House (external website).
How much does it cost?
Consultations are bulk billed to Medicare at 360 Street Doctor. Please bring your Medicare and concession cards to your consultation.