Jan 22
Warren Women’s Health Clinic
​Women in Warren it’s your turn to put your health first. 

The Western NSW Local Health District (WNSWLHD) provides a free and confidential Women’s Health Service. 

WNSWLHD Women’s Health Nurse, Ashley Phillips said, “Our clinics focus on early detection, illness prevention and health screening”. 

“The service is run by trained Women’s Health Nurses that can assist females from puberty to menopause and beyond. The clinics are free in a safe and relaxed environment”. 

The services include everything from comprehensive women’s health checks include a health history, basic physical examination, routine screening, lifestyle advice and referrals to appropriate services. 

“We really want women in the Warren district to know you do not need a referral to use our service all you have to do is book a free appointment by contacting the Community Health Centre or local Women’s Health Nurse”. 

“We will be running three Women’s Health Clinic’s next year, on Monday 11, February, 2019, Monday 15, April, 2019, and Monday 17, June 2019, between 10:30 am and 2:00 pm at the Warren MPS. We urged women of all ages to book in, even if it’s a general health check-up. You can make an appointment by calling 6847 7200”. Ashley said.