The best action you can take for your health is to have an annual health check. A doctor, nurse or health worker will conduct your health check. The appointment takes around 45 minutes. The doctor, nurse or health worker will make sure you feel comfortable and at ease.
The doctor, nurse or health worker will check your:
Some health checks also include:
We will also have a general health discussion. It might include family, your health goals, social and emotional issues, fertility and pregnancy, contraception and menopause.
Breast Screens/ Pap Smears/Health Screens
These services are offered by a health practitioner of your choice to screen for preventable diseases which can affect women's health.
Your local health worker is there to:
Reproductive Sexual Health
Your health worker, nurse or doctor can talk to you about:
Your local Women’s Group provides a safe and welcoming environment for women to talk and interact about a variety of topics that are of interest to you and the women in your community.
If your community does not have a women’s group talk to your local health worker about starting one. There may be other women who would enjoy the chance to meet regularly too.
Head over to our Healthy Lifestyles section to learn more about being active, eating healthy, caring for your teeth, managing diabetes and more.
Women’s Health Check
The best action you can take for your health is to have an annual health check