If you feel tired, look pale, experience dizziness, lightheadness or irritability, you may have iron deficiency or iron deficiency anaemia. It is important to consult your GP for thorough investigation, diagnosis and treatment options. If indeed you are found to be low in iron, an iron infusion may be the right path for your recovery. Do you know that iron can be replenished rapidly through your vein, which provides a fast and effective way of treating iron deficiency? The infusion is done with an iron solution known as Ferinject and can be done quickly and efficiently under the care and supervision of your doctor and nursing team in our treatment room. Please call and speak to our nursing and admin team for further information on our billings policy and procedural guidelines.
Key questions to consider:
How long does a Ferinject iron infusion take?
Do I need a consult with a GP prior to having an iron infusion?
What out of pocket expense should I be expecting?
Do I need to take time off work or have someone drive me to my iron infusion?
Do I need to prepare in any way prior to my infusion?
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After Hours medical advice can be obtained by phoning 13 Health on 1343 2584 or the GP Helpline on 1800 022 222.
Local Hospitals can also be contacted on the following phone numbers:
- Gympie Hospital 5489 8444
- Noosa Hospital 5455 9200
- Nambour Hospital 5470 6600
- Sunshine Coast University Hospital 5202 0000