Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide
WCH Services for Women

Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide, South Australia

For Women

WCH page link iconWomen's Assessment Service

If you are experiencing problems during pregnancy, labour or shortly after childbirth, or other gynaecological problems, the Women's Assessment Service is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No appointment is necessary.

NOTE: This service is for women experiencing problems during pregnanacy, labour, or shortly after childbirth.

Women with other types of medical emergency should go to a general hospital emergency department.

The Women's Assessment Service is located on the Ground Floor of the Hospital, with access from Kermode Street, Sir Edwin Smith Avenue and Brougham Place - WCH page link iconMap

Phone: (08) 8161 7530

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The WCH provides state of the art obstetric and gynaecological care, and encourages women to participate in making decisions relating to their care. Women may experience health conditions that are unique to them. The WCH offers women a range of gynaecological services and provides advice on all areas of female and reproductive health.

Women who have their babies at the WCH have a range of options regarding the care they receive throughout their pregnancy, during and after the birth of their baby.

WCH Women's Services Overview

WCH page link iconWomen's Assessment Service

WCH page link iconHaving Your Baby at the WCH

WCH page link iconWomen's Patient Care Clinics

WCH page link iconWomen's and Babies' Division

WCH page link iconWomen's Wards

The Women's and Children's Hospital (WCH) is committed to making your visit as comfortable and relaxing as possible - whether you are a patient, family member or a visitor.

For people coming to the WCH from out of town, our information for WCH page link iconvisitors to Adelaide may be of use. WCH page link iconVisitors are welcome in our Hospital. Visiting hours vary according to individual needs. Please contact the ward before coming to visit.

The WCH is a smoke-free hospital. Please do not smoke in or near our buildings.

Statewide Services

The Women's and Children's Health Network (WCHN) is also responsible for key services for women and families from across South Australia:

Link iconWomen's Health Service

Link iconYarrow Place

Link iconChild and Family Health Service

last modified: 22 Apr 2016