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Women's Health

Caring for our women

Our Women’s Health Program is responsible for leading key priorities of the NSW Health Women’s Health Framework 2013.

The Program provides equal, culturally appropriate access to evidenced based women’s health programs and services. This includes access to cervical screening for Aboriginal women, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) women, women with disability and rural and isolated women.


Women’s Health Nurses (WHN) and Clinical Nurse Consultants (CNC) Contact List

Roles and locations Telephone Fax
Remote Clinical Nurse Consultant -
Dubbo
(02) 6841 2222 (02) 6841 2419
Mudgee Women's Health Nurse -
Mudgee Community Health Centre
(02) 6378 6214 (02) 6372 7341
Dubbo Clinical Nurse Consultant -
Dubbo
(02) 6841 2222 (02) 6841 2419
Dubbo Women's Health Nurse -
Dubbo
(02) 6841 2222 (02) 6841 2419
Dubbo Women's Health Nurse -
Coonamble
(02) 6827 1100 (02) 6822 1942
Orange Clinical Nurse Consultant -
Orange Health Service
(02) 6369 3426 (02) 6360 1773
Bathurst Women's Health Nurse -
Bathurst Community Health Centre
(02) 6330 5677 (02) 6331 0474
Cowra Women's Health Nurse -
Cowra Community Health Centre
(02) 6340 2356 (02) 6340 2490
Forbes Women's Health Nurse -
Forbes/Parkes
(02) 6850 2233 (02) 6852 3101
Condobolin Women's Health Nurse -
Condobolin Community Health Centre
(02) 6890 1500 (02) 6895 2592

Other key resources:

  • Jean Hailes
    Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the knowledge of women’s health throughout the various stages of their lives, and to provide a trusted world-class health service for women.
  • BreastScreen NSW
    This government funded service aims to detect breast cancer early before it has a chance to spread. Early detection of cancer increases the treatment options available and improves the chance of survival from the disease.
  • National Cervical Screening Program
    The National Cervical Screening Program currently recommends all women aged between 18 and 70 who have ever been sexually active have regular PAP tests.