Women’s health services
The Women’s is committed to a holistic philosophy of health and provides comprehensive services including clinics and services specialising in gynaecology, oncology, abortion and contraception, and sexual and reproductive health.
You can find out more about these clinics and services in this section.
Abortion & contraception services
Information, options counselling and abortion and contraception services for women with unplanned or unwanted pregnancy.Learn more
The Dysplasia Clinic, part of the Women's Gynaeoncology Service, provides specialist care for women with screen detected precancerous abnormalities of the cervix, vulva and vagina.Learn more
We have established Victoria’s first chronic pelvic pain clinic to help women manage debilitating pain.Learn more
The Women's provides an integrated multidisciplinary oncology service for women with benign, pre-malignant and malignant breast and gynaecological conditions.Learn more
Sexual & reproductive health services
The Women's provides extensive sexual and reproductive health services including female genital mutilation reversal, assisted reproductive technologies, sexual counselling and sexual health screening, and contraceptive advice and prescriptions.Learn more
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