Welcome to the Fremantle Women’s Health Centre. We are a community health organisation dedicated to providing women-centred care. We provide personalised and holistic services in a safe place, where adequate time is given to ensure your health needs are met.Find out more
The Centre is a not-for-profit community health organisation for women living and working in Fremantle, Cockburn and Melville regions. We provide a range of health education, promotion, prevention and treatment services in the area of women's health. Staff and facilitators are experienced, caring, health professionals who are female-identifying – doctors, nurses, counsellors and health educators.
Our medical and counselling services are inclusive and we welcome lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and intersex members of our community to our Centre.
Our medical services are provided by female doctors who specialise in women’s health, providing health screening, health information, and treatment for medical issues ...
Our experienced and compassionate counsellors provide counselling for a range of issues ...
We hold and host a variety of groups, workshops and presentations to promote your health and wellbeing.
A warm invitation is extended to all mothers who are experiencing depression, anxiety or stress related to child birth and mothering...
As we get older it is important to stay fit and healthy. The Wise Women over 50 exercise class provides a fun and social way to do just that...
Portuguese speaking women are invited to meet for fun, support, laughter, food, exercise and occasional events. Currently, women meet on Thursday 3 – 4pm...See the complete range
As a not for profit charitable organisation, we are very appreciative of the suppliers who provide us with quality services and goods so that we can continue to focus on …Read more
Sometimes, one of the best gifts we can give to someone is a safe place. That is why our retreat was born. There is no judgement in our retreat and …Read more
One in four Australian adults are incontinent, 80 per cent of them women. Half of these women are aged 50 and under. A recent national survey of 1000 women with …Read more
is a national week dedicated to raise public awareness and reduce hostility towards refugees and asylum seekers. It is hoped that through positive encounters between refugees and the general public, …Read more
By making a donation, volunteering or becoming an ambassador you can contribute to the important work that the Centre does in promoting women's health and wellbeing in our community.Find out more