Women's Health clinics are offered by appointment and are staffed by female nurses providing the following services:
- Pap smears
- Contraceptive advice
- Postnatal checks
- Menopause information
These services are available to women aged 18 to 70 years who require a pap smear and/or breast check, contraceptive advice and post natal checks and are a Central Coast resident.
We encourage women in the following groups to attend our clinics:
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse
- Women with disabilities
- Health Care Card holders
- Women who are overdue or have never had a Pap smear
Services are free. Women requiring contraceptive pill prescriptions or devices will be referred to their GP.
Women's Health clinics
Women's Health clinics are held at various locations across the Central Coast.
|Gosford Hospital Health Services Building||Hospital Road, Gosford||Two Thursdays per month|
|Lake Haven Community Health Centre||Stratford Avenue, Lake Haven||Three Tuesdays per month|
|Long Jetty Community Health Centre||Wyong Road, Killarney Vale, Long Jetty||One Tuesday per month|
|Ngiyang: Aboriginal Maternal Infant Health Service (AMIHS)||277 Mann Street, Gosford||Two Thursdays per month|
|Peninsula Women's Health Centre||20a McMasters Road, cnr Commonwealth Avenue, Woy Woy||Three Wednesdays per month|
You may be referred to the Women's Health service by your GP, a specialist doctor or Central Coast Local Health District.
You may also make a self-referral simply by contacting the service on
4320 3741 between 9am and 3pm Monday to Thursday.
If you require ongoing care and routine follow up after your appointment with our service you will be referred to your GP or appropriate specialist doctor.