Respiratory care can help you manage your condition so you can continue your everyday tasks and live independently.

We provide respiratory Oxygen Therapy services and equipment to our clients who need oxygen at home to continue living safely, comfortably, and independently.

Oxygen equipment you may be provided can include an oxygen concentrator, ambulatory cylinders, and an oxygen conserving device (OCD) regulator. Once you’ve received your equipment, one of our respiratory nurses will visit you at home and assess your condition.

They will also:

  • Show you how to use the equipment to receive oxygen therapy safely.
  • Explain what is included in your oxygen prescription.
  • Teach you how to manage and maintain your oxygen equipment.

Find out how to get started, so you can receive care at home, call our Contact Centre staff or complete our contact form today.

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Refer to us

If you are a health professional, here’s how you can refer your patients to our Respiratory and Oxygen Service.

Respiratory & Oxygen services


Our Respiratory and Oxygen Service is available in Perth. Availability varies by capacity and location. Contact us to see what is available in your area.

This service is not currently available in other states.


People aged 18 and over living in Perth, with a Medicare card and living in a home, hostel, or independent living facility may be eligible for this program.

You will need to be referred by your specialist.


This program is funded by the Department of Health WA and is free for clients with a referral.

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