Women's Health

South Western Sydney PHN (SWSPHN) aims to work collaboratively with general practice and the other stakeholders to support women’s health through promotion of physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing of women and enabling women to take more control over their own health care.

SWSPHN work with the local antenatal clinics to implement the Antenatal Shared Care Program, which allows women the convenience of having their pregnancy managed in the community. Find out more information about the Diabetes Contraception and Pre-pregnancy Program (DCAPP).


Other local services:

South Western Sydney LHD Women’s Health Service
The role of the Women's Health service is the provision of Well Women's Clinics targeting women who experience social disadvantage or who do not access mainstream health services. The services available include Pap test screening, pelvic examinations, breast examinations, counselling and education/information programs for women about contraception, menopause, sexually transmitted infections, post-natal checks and other women's health related matters.
Find out more information about local Women's Health Services.

Liverpool Women’s Health Centre
The Liverpool Women's Health Centre is committed to empowering women and valuing their life experiences. We work with compassion, unity and mutual respect. The Liverpool Women's Health Service is funded by NSW Health Department via SWSLHD.
Find out more about Liverpool Women's Health Centre.

Cervical Screening
The new Cervical Screening Test replaces the Pap test.  Screening is recommended every five years for people aged 25 to 74 years.
Find out information about the Cervical Screening Test

Breast screening
One in eight women in NSW will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Nine out of 10 women who develop breast cancer do not have a family history of breast cancer. Breast screening can find cancers before they can be felt or noticed - you have a better chance of survival when breast cancer is found early.
Breast screen NSW targets women aged 50 to 74 to have a screening mammogram every two years.  

No doctor’s referral is needed for BreastScreen NSW. However, patients are encouraged to share results with their doctor. 

BreastScreen Mobile Clinic 2022 schedule for South Western Sydney

Find out more information about screening

Your role as a GP BreastScreen NSW factsheet

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