Women’s Clinic2020-05-22T11:04:45+10:00

Women’s Clinic Richmond & The Hive Abbotsford

Women’s Clinic

We’re pleased to offer a comprehensive range of services and advice for women. Women may choose to see a male or female doctor. All doctors at Yarra Medical are experienced in all areas of women’s health. We have female doctors available most days of the week and weekends. Standard consult fees apply for all women’s clinic appointments. Appointments fees can be found on our fees page.

Antenatal Shared Care

Shared care is available with Dr Liz Morris at our Richmond site only. Liz can manage uncomplicated pregnancies until late term in conjunction with the Royal Women’s Hospital and Mercy Hospital for Women.

Intrauterine Device (IUD)

If you wish to discuss having an IUD fitted please book a routine appointment with Dr Elizabeth Morris to discuss the process and arrange a date for the fitting. Mirena IUD requires an initial standard consult as per our fees page. A follow appointment will then be required for the fitting of your IUD. IUD fees can be found on our fees page.

Copper  IUD

Copper Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices are now availible with Dr Liz Morris at Yarra Medical in Richmond.


Implanon insertion and removals are available with most GPs at the clinic. Please see our fees page for Implanon insertion and removal fees.

Cervical Cancer Screening

The National Cervical Screening Program currently recommends screening with pap tests for women from age 18–20 years (or up to 2 years after first having sexual intercourse, whichever is later). Pap tests may cease at age 70 years for women who have had two normal pap tests within the last 5 years. Cervical screening aims to prevent cervical cancer by detecting early pre-cancerous changes in the cervix.

For more information on cervical cancer screening (in several different languages) speak to your GP or click here. To arrange a pap smear test please make an appointment with any of our doctors at Yarra Medical Richmond.

Breast Cancer Screening

Breast Screen Australia is the national breast cancer screening program. A breast screening mammogram is recommended for women aged between 50 and 74 every two years. Breast cancer screening aims to continue to reduce deaths from breast cancer through early detection of the disease.

For more information on breast cancer screening (in several different languages) speak to your GP or click here. To arrange your free mammogram please make an appointment with your GP or go to the breast screen Victoria website by clicking the link below. Alternatively, you can call the breast screen hotline on 13 20 50.

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Pelvic floor conditions for women are common, encompassing issues with the bladder and bowel, pelvic pain and prolapse, and sexual dysfunction. There is good evidence that pelvic floor physiotherapy can help, so get in touch with Jess Kostos at Yarra Medical today.

Bowel Cancer screening

The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) invites Australians aged over 50 to screen for bowel cancer using a free, simple test at home. Australia has one of the highest rates of bowel cancer in the world. Around one in 23 Australians will develop bowel cancer during their lifetime. The NBCSP aims to continue to reduce deaths from bowel cancer through early detection of the disease. Screening is currently recommended in males and females every 2 years until age 75.

For more information on bowel cancer screening (in several different languages) contact us at Yarra Medical or click here.

Looking for a friendly and accomplished womens clinic in Melbourne?

Book your appointment on-line today with one of our experienced female GPs.