Gynaecology

Who we are

PCH’s Gynaecology Service is part of the hospital’s General Surgery Department. 

Gynaecological conditions in young people up to the age of 16 may be managed in conjunction with the Adolescent Gynaecology service at King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEMH) (external site). This is assessed on a case-by-case basis and the treating hospital is determined according to patients’ clinical condition.

PCH does not provide services for pregnant adolescents. Where required, young people are referred to maternity services at KEMH. 

For further information, please see General Surgery. 

For more information on preparing for your child’s operation or procedure, please refer to the parent information under Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine. 

Conditions we manage

  • Congenital anomalies
  • Painful, irregular or absent periods
  • Contraceptive counselling
  • Fertility preservation
  • Gender services
  • Early/late puberty
  • Gynaecological surgical problems and gynaecological endocrine conditions, in consultation with other specialist and health professionals at the hospital.

Referrals

Our service for inpatients and emergency cases at PCH is by internal consultation only. We do not receive direct outpatient referrals from GPs or other external providers.

Location

Gynaecology outpatient clinics operate in Clinic C, Ground Floor.

View the PCH map for more information.

Contact us 

Phone: 6456 2222 (PCH switchboard)