Apr 21
Women urged not to forget their health

During this COVID-19 pandemic, it is important that we continue to look after ourselves and stay healthy.


Western NSW Local Health District (WNSWLHD) Women's Health Manager Ann Ryan said, “With the changes to how we move around our communities, some women may have difficulty in accessing quality health services, including access to contraception, preventative health information, and professional advice".


“We are committed to continuing to provide support to women across the district. The Western NSW Local Health District Women's Health Nurses are continuing to offer services and support during the COVID-19 pandemic".


Free and confidential appointments are available via telephone or videoconference.


In some towns face to face appointments may be organised, on a case by case basis following a telephone assessment.


New and existing clients of the Women's Health Service are welcome to get in contact. The services being provided include:

  • Virtual post-natal checks
  • Contraception information
  • Family Planning
  • Period problems
  • Menopause and midlife changes n
  • Breast health information
  • Domestic and family violence support
  • General health questions, discussions and referrals, including continence support, mental health, and smoking cessation


For an appointment or to speak with your local Women's Health Nurse call:


Bathurst, Blayney, Oberon6330 5677
Condobolin, Trundle, Tottenham, Tullamore6890 1500
Cowra, Canowindra, Grenfell, Quandialla6340 9100
Dubbo, Wellington, Coonabarabran6809 8600
Forbes, Parkes, Peak Hill6850 7300
Mudgee, Kandos, Coolah, Dunedoo, Gulgong63786236
Orange, Molong, Yeoval, Manildra6369 3300
Walgett, Lightening Ridge, Collarenebri, Goodooga6828 6000
Remote – Bourke, Warren, Trangie, Narromine, Coonamble, Gilgandra, Cobar, Nyngan, Brewarrina, Gulargambone6809 8600