The outpatient clinics have now moved from Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) to Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH) so please familiarise yourself with all the information you need to know before you make your first visit.
Endocrinology and Diabetes outpatient clinic locations:
Adolescent Diabetes – Clinic G, Level 1 (access via the Pink lifts)
Pre-adolescent Diabetes – Clinic D, Level 1 (access via the Pink or Yellow lifts)
Some clinic days will change at PCH:
The current Tuesday morning clinic will be held on Thursday mornings
The Type 2 diabetes clinic will be held on Wednesday mornings
***Please note: there will be new days for the following metro and regional outreach clinics***
Joondalup – Tuesday
Esperance — Friday
Bunbury – Tuesday and Wednesday
General PCH information:
Hospital staff and volunteers will be available to help you find your way around the new hospital and show you how to use PCH’s self check-in and wayfinding kiosks.
Patient appointment letters will clearly state whether you need to go to PCH or PMH. If your appointment is at PCH, you will also receive information about the new hospital, including how to get here and how to locate and check into your clinic.
The staged opening timeline – when services transfer from PMH to PCH – starts with the first outpatient clinics on Monday, May14 and finishes with the final move day for all remaining PMH patients on Sunday, June 10.
The first page of the new PCH website has been launched and includes information about the opening of PCH, its features and location. Other sections of the website will go live in stages from 7 May.