Outpatient access

Locations:

Werribee Mercy Hospital offers specialist services across Allied Health, Medical, Surgical, Womens and Childrens health care. To access any of these services you will need a referral from your GP or other specialist.

A large number of the specialist services are located within the Outpatient Clinics building, next to the multi level car park. You will find other specialty services located throughout the hospital building. Your appointment letter and this website will help you locate the clinic you need.

Information about your outpatient clinic appointment is included in the Outpatient Clinics building page along with details on how to find us.

If you need help on arrival, please ask any of our friendly staff to show you where to find your clinic.

Outpatient Clinics offered at Werribee Mercy Hospital include:

Allied Health Clinics

Antenatal Clinics: The midwives and obstetricians provide your care if you are having your baby at Werribee Mercy Hospital.

Breastfeeding support service

Colorectal Clinic

Early Assessment Pregnancy Clinic

Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic

Endocrinology in Pregnancy Clinic

Excision of Lesion Clinic

Fracture Clinic

Gastroenterology Clinic

General Surgery Clinic

Gynaecology Clinic

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Clinic:  This is a clinic of St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne operating at WMH, located in the Private Consulting Suites.

Orthopaedic Clinic

Paediatric Review Clinic

Pre Admission Clinic

Pregnancy Day StayThis clinic is located in Ward D3. Please go to the Maternity Services reception desk.

Urogynaecology Clinic:  Here you will see the specialist doctor to talk about the difficulties you are having with women’s prolapses or continence.

Urology Clinic

Vascular Clinic

 

Maternity Ward Assessment Clinic

Here you will see a midwife if you have an emergency with your pregnancy. For example, if your baby is not moving as much as it was. This clinic is located in the Maternity Assessment Unit. Please go to the Maternity Services reception desk.

Medical Infusion Management Clinic

This is where you will have your chemotherapy; your iron infusion; your Inflammatory Bowel infusions; your blood transfusions and any other same day medical treatments. This clinic is located in the Medical Day Stay Unit. Look for the Day Procedure Unit opposite the cafeteria.

Paediatric Transitional Clinic

This is where your baby will have their eye test after you have gone home from the special care nursery. This clinic is located in the Special Care Nursery.

 

 

Currently not running at Werribee Mercy Hospital

Gynaecology-oncology Clinic

Here you will see the specialist doctor if you have suspected or diagnosed cancer of the reproductive system

Plastic Surgeon Clinic

Here you will see the specialist doctor to talk about the difficulties you are having with skin conditions, hand deformities, contractures and injuries.

Last reviewed August 20, 2018.

Medical services at our public hospital

Werribee Mercy Hospital offers a wide range of medical services, for both admitted patients (who are seen and stay in the inpatient wards) and for non-admitted patients (who visit the Outpatient Clinics Department). Emergency assessment and management is provided in the 24-hour Emergency Department.

Medical services at our public hospital

Understanding the triage process in ED

Triage processes are used in hospitals to ensure that everyone visiting the Emergency Department receives the right care at the right time, based on the urgency of your condition. Learn more about the triage process at Werribee Mercy Hospital.

Understanding the triage process in ED

Surgical pathways

When you are a surgical patient at Mercy Health, you will follow an elective or emergency surgical pathway.

Surgical pathways