COVID-19 Information Hub
Information on COVID-19 and what it means for your time at the Women's:
Some of our COVID safety measures remain in place. This is to:
- prevent the risk of transmission in our hospital
- protect our patients, their families and staff.
If you are planning a visit, please see our Planning a visit page for more information about visitor requirements.
If you are a patient and need to come in for an appointment or admission, please see the Your hospital appointment or stay page for more information.
If you are a patient and you have COVID or you are a COVID contact, and you are due to come into hospital, please call us during business hours to let us know. In some cases, we may reschedule or offer you a telehealth appointment. Please call us on 8345 2000.
If you tested positive using a rapid antigen test, you should report your result using the Department of Health's online form or by calling the Department on 1800 675 398. You don’t need to report your result if you tested positive on a PCR test.
For information about testing, vaccination, advice on managing COVID at home and more, visit the Coronavirus website or call the 24/7 Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398.
Advice for pregnant and breastfeeding women
If you're pregnant or breastfeeding, you may be feeling anxious about how COVID could affect you and your baby.Learn more
Planning a visit
If you are planning a visit to the Women’s, it is important that you are aware of our entry requirements.Learn more
Your hospital appointment or stay
Whether you’re coming to the Women’s for a clinic appointment, day surgery or any other reason, you may notice things are a little bit different.Learn more