Pap tests save lives. Most women who are diagnosed with cervical cancer in Australia, have not had regular pap tests. If you’re aged between 18 and 69 years and have ever been sexually active you need to have a Pap test every two years –[Read More…]
Welcome to Leichhardt Women's Community Health CentreLeichhardt Women's Community Health Centre provides low-cost and affordable medical, allied and complementary health care and education to improve women's health. We are non-government and not for profit. Many of our services are funded through NSW Health and some services are fee based.
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We’ve had a wonderful experience this week with Women’s Legal NSW. In our case, we’ve received legal advice on behalf of a client, but you can call them directly. Women’s Legal NSW provides confidential legal information, advice and referrals for women in NSW with a focus on[Read More…]
Spice Girls Mel B and Victoria Beckham have applauded Global Goals’ campaign to raise awareness about girls’ rights and experiences worldwide. Click here to see the clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZQ2RUFd54o Women and girls are being encouraged to use social media and the hashtag #WhatIReallyReallyWant to get the[Read More…]
The Victorian Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders (CEED) has developed an interactive website for parents of children and young people experiencing different types of eating and/or body image problems. The website gives the option to go through a checklist asking about all those gnarly[Read More…]
We’re holding an information session about Menopause and Sexuality on Monday 19 September, 2-5pm. Book in to find out more about what your body does when it’s going through menopause and western medicine and complementary treatment approaches which can help get you through! Call us[Read More…]
Our naturopath Ses sees women by appointment on Mondays and Thursdays. Issues Ses most frequently works to improve are depression, anxiety, sleep problems, nutrition, gynaecological health and general wellbeing. Appointments are available to women on low incomes who live in Sydney Local Health District, which is[Read More…]