Our centre, our services and our staff all make a positive difference in the lives of the women we serve. New staff members join a cohesive team of well qualified, experienced, caring, female health professionals, management and support staff.

All employees are bound by a code of conduct to ensure the highest ethical standards and high-quality service.


Current Vacancies

Fremantle Women’s Health Centre is a not-for-profit community health centre for women of all ages and cultures living and working in the south-west metropolitan region. We provide treatment, prevention and health promotion services in the area of women’s health, prioritising the needs of women most at risk of poor health.  Services include medical, nursing, counselling, group activities, health education and promotion activities, and an occasional crèche. Clinical services are provided by female-identifying health professionals and support staff.

Indigenous women and women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.


Medical Practitioner

We are seeking a vocationally registered female* General Practitioner to work up to 4 days per week.  This is a unique opportunity to specialise in women’s health, support improved wellbeing outcomes for women, and work within a passionate multidisciplinary team in a relaxed, friendly setting.

It is a computerised, private and bulk billing practice, with nursing support, scope for spending more time with patients, and provides sessional remuneration, superannuation and generous salary packaging. You will be part of a collegiate environment with support from dedicated professionals at the Centre.

Contact our Clinical Manager, Dawn, at clinical-manager@fwhc.org.au for more information or a confidential discussion about this role.

For more information about the duties, roles and Selection criteria, download this document.

To apply for the role, please send a response to all Essential Selection Criteria and include your CV and two professional referees to director@fwhc.org.au


*Being female is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement for the position under the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 – Section 34. This allows for the exclusive employment of women in women-specific services.

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We are currently seeking donations of fully-sealed packs of sanitary pads to help end Period Poverty in our region.

By making a donation or volunteering, you can contribute to the important work that the Centre does in promoting women's health and wellbeing in our community.

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