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Noarlunga Hospital outpatient clinic listing - F

Family Advisory Clinic

Noarlunga Hospital (NH) offers a public service for surgical terminations for women who are less than 12 weeks pregnant. Women see a nurse and doctor in the morning, have the procedure in the afternoon and are discharged the same day.

NH Social Work provides counselling for women to explore their feelings related to an unplanned or unwanted pregnancy and their options.

Appointments are limited. Our service is only accessible through self referral.

Medicare – no cost

Non-Medicare – approximate $2,000 (payable on or before day of procedure)

Location:  Alexander Kelly Clinics, accessible via the hospital main entrance.

Phone:  (08) 8384 9233

Please note: Women must make their own appointment.

Fax:  (08) 8384 9711

Hours:  Fridays, consultations 8.00am – 1.00pm, surgical procedures 1.30pm – 4.30pm

Consultants:

Dr Veenu Mohindra, Dr Mulligan

Referrals:

Women must make booking themselves.

GPs can assist by ordering pathology - blood group, haemoglobin and urine chlamydia test.

Please forward copies to FAU Clinic Noarlunga Hospital (IMVS Laboratories preferred).

Visit SALHN specialist and outpatient clinics to access referral and management GP guidelines.
Referral forms and processes are outlined in the outpatient referral process section.

Foot and Ankle

The Foot & Ankle Clinic offers a public service for people who require surgical foot and ankle treatment. 

Location: Noarlunga Hospital Consulting Clinics
Telephone:  (08) 8384 9233
Fax:  (08) 8384 7911
Hours:  Wednesday afternoons and Fridays 2nd, 3rd and 4th week of the month

Consultants:  

Dr Chris Brown
Dr Peter Stavrou

Referrals:

All referrals are triaged and require minimum set criteria (including recent x-rays).

Questionnaires are posted to patients and appointments are made once returned within the outpatient wait time.

Visit SALHN specialist and outpatient clinics to access referral and management GP guidelines.

Referral forms and processes are outlined in the outpatient referral process section.

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