SCGH ED Clinical Guidelines

Note – The guidelines on this page are a combination of relevant guidelines for the management of a range of Emergency Department presentations, and include:

  1. Health Department Guidelines
    • Available outside of the WA Health network
  2. SCGH Hospital Wide Guidelines
  3. SCGH ED Specific Guidelines
    • Denoted by those having the date of development / most recent update after the title (ie. – 10/2019)
    • These are predominantly developed by SCGH ED staff in consultation with the relevant inpatient specialty teams for use within the emergency department
    • These documents are hosted directly on this website and are accessible for anyone, regardless of the point of internet access

For guidelines not covered on this page. Here is a list of Non-SCGH Clinical Guidelines that provide some useful guidance in patient management for a range of presentations / conditions not included in this list below.

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