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Women’s Health & Shared Maternity Care


Women's Health Services

For Women’s Health and Antenatal Clinic information including Fetal Diagnostic Service go to Outpatient Services.

Peninsula Health does have Colposcopy Clinic, Mirena IUD Clinic, Urogynaecology Clinic and Sexual & Reproductive Health Clinic.

However, there are NO  GENERAL GYNAECOLOGICAL Outpatient Services at Peninsula Health. Women who require general gynaecology review and/or intervention have may;

  1. be referred to a private Gynaecologist and treated as a public patient at Frankston Hospital if surgery is required. A list of hospital specialists with private rooms who can refer patients to the Frankston Hospital Gynaecological  Surgery waiting list can be found on our website (Specialist Directory- see left hand menu)
  2. be referred to another health service with public gynaecology outpatient services.

Antenatal Clinic Referral Forms

URGENT – COVID-19 and GP Booking-In Referrals

If a GP has an URGENT pregnancy concern,  please contact the obstetric registrar via switchboard on 9784 7777

If a shared maternity care GP affiliate is unable to see women in their practice e.g. clinic closed due to COVID-19, please contact the Antenatal Clinic at Frankston Hospital on 9784 2626.

Please see

Telehealth & Visit Schedules in Women’s Health Outpatients (COVID-19)

COVID -19 Care in Maternity Women’s Health Unit

A GP referral is required for all women booking in at Peninsula Health

Referral Form- Antenatal Clinic

Referrals can be Faxed to 9788 1879

E-referral is available – see Outpatients page

All women should be referred to the Booking In Clinic (around 12 weeks). Phone 9784 2600

What advice and screening information should pregnant women be given in the first trimester?

Please go to Pathways and Visit Schedules.



Assessment of women with pregnancy complications - What are urgent referral pathways for women ?

How do I organise Anti-D for Rhesus negative pregnant women routinely and after sensitising events?

Maternity Services Anti-D Information.


Routine Prophylaxis and Sensitising Event Pathways

Anti D Consent, Order and Administration




These guidelines have been developed by the Peninsula Health GP Liaison Unit and the Peninsula Health Women’s Services as a general guide to the management of women participating in the Peninsula Health Shared Maternity Care Program. They may not be applicable in every clinical case. They should not replace thorough clinical assessment and judgement.

Care should be taken when printing any information or Clinical Guidelines. Updates to these guidelines will take place as necessary. It is therefore advised that regular visits to this Website will be needed to access the most current information.