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- Calvary Health Care ACT - Calvary Public Hospital
Services include: Calvary Public Hospital is funded by ACT Health and managed by Little Company of Mary Health Care. The hospital is the second major hospital in Canberra providing acute care services to the local community and surrounds. As well as providing an extensive range of inpatient services Calvary Public Hospital also provides ambulatory care and outreach facilities and services.
- Canberra Hospital - Forensic and Medical Sexual Assault Care (FAMSAC)
Services include: Forensic and medical sexual assault care to people who have been sexually assaulted. Care consists of assessment and medical management of acute injury, pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, as well as psychological support and legal process support.
- Canberra Hospital - Paediatric Care (PatCH)
Services include: PatCH or paediatrics at Canberra Hospital, consists of several clinical areas providing care to children and adolescents under 18 years of age. Click within this listing for information on Paediatric Inpatients, Outpatient Clinics, Day Stay and Ronald McDonald House Canberra.
- Canberra Hospital - Postnatal Care
Services include: Postnatal care is provided to women after the birth of their baby, and it can also be continued into your home after discharging from the Canberra Hospital. Click within this listing for information on the Postnatal Ward and visiting hours, Midcall Program, Early Transfer Home, Breastfeeding and Lactation Support Service and Breastfeeding Information.
- Centenary Hospital for Women & Children at the Canberra Hospital - Antenatal & Gynaecological Care
Services include: The Maternity & Gynaecology Outpatients Department at the Centenary Hospital for Women & Children is located on Level 2. The following services are provided within the Department - Midwifery Antenatal Clinics, Specialist Antenatal Clinics, Fetal Medicine Unit, Maternity Assessment Unit, Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit, Gynacology Clinics and Canberra Endometriosis Centre.
- Centenary Hospital for Women & Children at the Canberra Hospital - Birthing Options & Maternity Care
Services include: Women choosing to birth at Centenary Hospital for Women & Children have a number of pregnancy care options available including the Canberra Midwifery Program (CMP), Continuity at the Centenary Hospital Program (CatCH) and the Birthing Suite. Click within this listing for information on these services and also general information on Shared Care, Private Midwifery Care or Private Obstetric Care.
- Marie Stopes - Canberra
Services include: High quality care in family planning and reproductive health through our licenced and accredited centres.
- Messengers Program
Services include: The Messengers Program is a Youth program managed by Tuggeranong Arts Centre and funded by the ACT Government’s office for Children, Youth and Family Support. It is an arts-based free program for young people (13-18 years) who are experiencing early signs of mental health problems and are disconnecting from their community due to a range of youth-specific issues. Generally, participants in the program are referred by school youth workers and support staff. The program services across the ACT.
- Queen Elizabeth II Family Centre
Services include: The QEII Family Centre provides a residential program for families with young children (0-3 yrs) experiencing difficulties in the postnatal and early childhood periods.
- Sheila Norman Children's Occupational Therapist
Services include: Sheila Norman provides Occupational Therapy assessments with reports and recommendations for home and pre/school use as well as ongoing therapy as required. Sheila see's children with a wide range of difficulties including low muscle tone, developmental delay, difficulty with fine motor skills and self-help skills, pencil and writing skills, learning difficulties, ADHD, Autism spectrum disorders, Down Syndrome and some aspects of Cerebral Palsy.
New Canberra Hospital visiting hours
Visiting hours at Canberra Hospital have changed to 0600 to 2100, except for Mental Health and the Alcohol & Drug Service.
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