Women's Health Clinic opens at Epworth Geelong
Epworth Geelong were excited to open a new Women’s Health Clinic, designed to support women’s within our growing community.
The Women’s Health Clinic is a comprehensive health assessment and advice service provided exclusively for women by women.
The opening of the dedicated women’s health clinic provides a local option for women access caring female general practitioners who are passionate about women’s health and experts in supporting both physical and emotional health and wellbeing.
The female doctors at Epworth Geelong women’s health clinic provide a caring and professional approach to primary health care delivery. Appointments are designed to provide ample time for our doctors to listen to your concerns and offer individual advice and treatment options.
We offer many services and cover complex women’s health issues such as:
Women’s health checks (including cervical screening)
Pre-pregnancy planning and early pregnancy management
MHT (Medical or Menopause Hormone Therapy)
Contraception (including Mirena insertion)
Pelvic pain and menstrual problems
Assessment and management of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Endocrine disorders (including thyroid, weight management and osteoporosis)
With a wide range of on-site specialists and support services including imaging, pathology and pharmacy to support the Women’s Health Clinic, Epworth Geelong provides a comprehensive service when it comes to women’s health for Greater Geelong.
The clinic has proved popular with all life stages from adolescents, to women planning for pregnancy or entering mature age.
New patients are welcome and a referral is not required to make an appointment.
To make an appointment contact the clinic on 03 5271 7855 during office hours from 8am until 4pm, Monday to Friday.
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