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Well Women's Clinic with Dr Jenny Sudbury

Our visiting doctor, Dr Jenny Sudbury, will be available for appointments at the centre on Thursday 16th December 2021.

If you would like to make a booking please phone: 90 218266 or email: cso@gwhcc.org.au

The centre's Well Women's Clinic is a confidential service that provides medical services, sexual and reproductive health, education and information to women of all age groups.
Services available are
:Breast health advice and checks
Cervical Screening and information
Contraception
Family planning
Pregnancy testing
Advice and care for menopausal women

Carers WA and GWHCC partner to provide a local presence for Carer Gateway. The Goldfields Womens Health Care Centre (GWHCC) is thrilled to be partnering with Carers WA, Carer Gateway’s lead service provider in WA, to support the local delivery of Carer Gateway services in the Goldfields region. Carer Gateway is a federal government initiative providing a mix of free online, telephone and in-person supports, services and advice for family carers in Australia. These services have been specifically designed and tested by carers to help reduce stress and build resilience in the caring role. National Carers Week, 10th-16th October, provides an opportunity to recognise, celebrate and raise awareness of the 2.65 million unpaid carers in Australia, and thank them for the unwavering care and support they provide to their loved ones. Carers are an integral part of Australia’s health system and are the foundation of our aged, disability, palliative and community care systems. GWHCC CEO Gloria Moyle who was a long-time carer of her loved ones, is very pleased to be able to provide a local contact for Carer Gateway, with the support of Carers WA. She says “Carers in regional WA are already disadvantaged by having limited access to vital services and are often forced to travel hundreds of kilometres to utilise what our city counterparts often take for granted. This adds another later to the already overwhelmed carer, who is then expected to navigate a complicated system to get the assistance they deserve”. The Carers WA Community Engagement team will be joining the GWHCC at this year’s Lorna Mitchell Spring Festival on Sunday 10th October and are already on their way up the pipeline to promote their services to carers in the Goldfields area. For any further information please contact Gloria Moyle (CEO – GWHCC) on 0407 711 445 or Brody MacLeod (Partnerships and Engagement Officer – Carers WA) 0479 112 210. http://www.carergateway.gov.au