Concerns for women after SA closes two centres for surgical abortion

ABC News, 19/09/2019

Two of South Australia’s surgical abortion services have been shut down over the past 18 months, amid community concerns about the impact on women seeking care.

In January, services were relocated from the main abortion provider in the state, the Pregnancy Advisory Centre in Adelaide’s inner-western suburbs, moving all surgical abortions to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH).

SA Health is now looking at relocating the abortion service permanently to the QEH during the hospital’s redevelopment.

 

 

Information for Students and Researchers on Unplanned Pregnancy and Abortion

Pregnancy Advisory Centre, Central Adelaide Local Health Network, released September 2017

The Pregnancy Advisory Centre has developed this resource to assist students, researchers or anyone interested in understanding the South Australian, Australian and global circumstances of unplanned pregnancy and abortion.

The following information provides links to resources, services, organisations and their
websites, where indicated, to access the most current information available. Some of the earlier information contained here remains as relevant today as when it was written and/or published.

Abortion services at Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital under review

ABC News, Posted

Some abortion services currently available at the Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital could be moved to a different location as clinical leaders consider possible options.

Read more here