Women's and Children's Health Network
The Women's and Children's Health Network is doing everything in its power to ensure the safety of our staff and consumers and is well-prepared to respond to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The health and wellbeing of our patients, their carers and our staff is our number one priority at all times.
This page contains information from the Women's and Children's Health Network about how COVID-19 may affect the way we deliver care to South Australian women, babies, children, young people and their families.
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The WCH is currently restricting visitor numbers and kindly ask that you limit visitors to two support people, per patient per day.
Each visitor will be asked to undergo a health screening and receive an armband for that day.
We understand there will be exceptional circumstances and we encourage families to speak with their medical team for further support.
Thank you for your understanding as we continue to work together to ensure we comply with social distancing guidelines and keep our community COVID Safe.
Follow these steps to help us protect our staff and patients:
If there is any change to your child's appointment the clinic will contact you.
We are embracing the use of technology and conducting and some, less urgent, follow up appointments via telephone or Skype/Telehealth so that patients are not travelling to the hospital unnecessarily.
WCH COVID-19 Clinic
The Women's and Children's Hospital COVID-19 testing clinic is open 7 days a week from 9 am until 8 pm, and is located in Ground Floor outpatients (Kermode St Entrance).
To see if you fit the current testing criteria, please visit the SA Health Website or call the
Alternative COVID-19 Clinic locations
Specialised SA Health-operated COVID-19 clinics are now located at the following locations:
To view more testing clinics, including drive-through clinics, please visit SA Health COVID-19 Clinics and Testing Centres.
If you are worried but well, contact the National Coronavirus Information Hotline on 1800 020 080 or the SA COVID-19 hotline.
If you are pregnant, or planning a pregnancy, we understand that the current situation with COVID-19 may be causing you concern. What does it mean for you?
Clinical Director of the Women's and Babies Division at the Women's and Children's Hospital, Professor Jodie Dodd has some advice on what to expect when you are expecting during this difficult time.
For health professionals
last modified: 22 May 2020