The Women’s Health Clinic (WHC) provides outpatient services to women and families for pregnancy and gynaecological care.
Our team in the Women’s Health Clinic has clerks, midwives, nurses, specialist doctors, social workers, maternity liaison officers, interpreters, dietitians, trainee midwives and doctors.
Our team is experienced in caring for women from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds and we have access to interpreters for most languages spoken in the WSLHD.
We work together to provide you with health care that meets your needs.
You will be given the best care for your individual needs and we will discuss with you your plan of care. Please feel free to talk with the team caring for you about any concerns or questions you may have.
If you would like to speak with the WHC Midwifery Unit Manager (MUM) to discuss any continuing concerns or compliments please tell the staff caring for you or phone: 8890-6508 Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 3:30pm.
The Women’s Health Clinic is located in G Block, ground floor level 2, to the left of the Information Desk located at the front entrance of the hospital. Westmead Hospital has parking and a cost is
involved. During business hours, parking can be very difficult so allow plenty of time to park before your appointment. It may be easier for you to come by bus or train when you have an appointment. The train station and bus stops are
within easy walking distance of the hospital. Parking is patrolled by security and fines will be issued for illegal parking.
The Women’s Health Clinic operates Monday – Friday 7:00am – 8:00pm and Saturday - Sunday 7:00am – 7:00pm. For all enquiries, please call during weekdays during business hours Tel: 8890-6508.
We understand that you may prefer to have your care provided by a female staff member however, it is important to be aware that our team includes male midwives, doctors, anaesthetists, paediatricians and students.
Your health and safety is our priority. We provide the most appropriate person for your care. We cannot promise that you will only have care provided by female staff. If care with only female staff is important to you, you may need to arrange a female private doctor for your pregnancy or gynaecological care.
Brochure: Can I see a female member of the Health Care Team?