Gynaecology Services (including cancer care)

King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEMH) provides care for over 5,000 patients each year with gynaecological conditions, including cancer, and offers a wide range of services provided by a team of highly skilled staff including gynaecologic oncologists, nurses, allied health professionals and support staff.

Gynaecologic services at KEMH include:

  • A 24-hour emergency service available for all patients of the hospital –
  • Emergency Centre: Tel: (08) 6458 2222 (ask to page Emergency)
  • Adult Special Care Unit (ASCU): 24 hours post major surgery OR until a your condition is stable
  • Anaesthetic and Medical Assessment Clinic
  • Colposcopy Clinic
  • Fertility Clinic
  • Pelvic Pain Clinic
  • Sexual Health Clinic
  • Urology Clinic
  • Vulva Clinic
  • Gynaecological Oncology Clinic
  • New Patient Assessment Clinics
  • Menopause Symptoms after Cancer Clinic (MSAC)
  • Oncology Follow Up Clinics
  • Low Risk and High Risk Clinics.

Gynaecology

These brochures describe the various gynaecological procedures and services and the care you will receive before, during and after at KEMH.

Colposcopy
Day Surgery Unit Patient Information
Dilation and Curette
Drainage of Bartholins Cyst/Abscess
Having an Operation - Pre-Admission Clinic for Day of Surgery Admissions
Hospital Admission and Tobacco Smoking
Hysteroscopy
Laparoscopy
Loop Electro Surgical Excision Procedure (LEEP)
Menopause Service
Pre-Admission Clinic form
Questions for your doctor
Venlafaxine

Urogynaecology 

Urodynamic Studies

This brochure describes your care before, during and after your Urodynamic Studies appointment. This appointment will be at the Urology Clinic located in Centenary Clinic at (KEMH).

Systemic Methotrexate

Bladder Training

These brochure outlines a bladder training self-help program which can help reduce the symptoms of:

  • urinary frequency – passing urine more than seven times a day on a normal fluid intake of two litres 
  • nocturia – passing urine more than once at night – twice as you get older 
  • urgency – not wanting, or being able to hold on 
  • urge incontinence – leaking urine when you need to pass urine. 
Bladder Calming Techniques
Bladder Training Information Sheet
Patient Instruction for Self-Catheterisation