Please note that clinics and talks have been temporarily put on hold due to COVID.
Our Registered Nurses provide tele-health appointments in the first instance, and seeing women at the centre if their health issues indicate they need a face to face appointment. We are maintaining high standards of infection control and will ask you to help us maintain your health and ours by arriving on time, using the hand sanitiser we provide and assisting us to complete your appointment in a timely way.
You can speak with our nurse about:
- Cervical screening
- Breast checks
- Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
- Pregnancy tests
- Post natal checks
- All-options pregnancy counselling
- Abortion information and referrals
- Quit smoking
- Weight issues, diabetes, nutrition
- Cardio vascular health (heart health)
- Domestic violence
Who can have an appointment?
Local women can contact us to discuss an appointment with our women’s health nurse.
Appointments are free of charge, but a donation of $10 or $5 per visit helps the centre. Please give us your Medicare details if you’re needing pathology.
Nurse Clinics are located at:
Leichhardt Women’s Community Health Centre on Thursdays and Mondays
55 Thornley Street Leichhardt
To book an appointment: 9560 3011
Our other clinics are suspended during the Covid-19 crisis:
Lakemba Women’s Health Clinic at Canterbury City Community Centre on Wednesdays every two weeks
130 Railway Parade Lakemba
To book an appointment: 9750 9344
Marrickville – Dr Ngo’s GP Surgery at 248 Illawarra Road Marrickville on Tuesdays every four weeks
To book an appointment: 9558 9415
Talks to community groups
Our nurse can also come to your community group to give talks on health issues. Topics for talks include: sexual and reproductive health, the latest on contraception options, safe sex and sexually transmitted infections, healthy hearts/cardiovascular health, preventing diabetes, and healthy relationships to name a few.
To discuss arrangements for a talk to be given to your community group please contact us.