Women and Children
Antenatal classes provide information about pregnancy, preparing for birth, labour and caring for your baby.
We provide a range of community health and support services for children and their parents or carers to give every child the best possible start in life.
Child and Family Health services provide child growth and development checks.
We provide health services and information to youth and youth service providers in Central Queensland.
Community based antenatal, postnatal and infant care services for pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women or women having an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander baby.
We provide high quality gynaecological services for conditions of the female reproductive system.
Midwifery Group Practice is one of our maternity care options. You'll be cared for by the same midwife supported by a small group of assisting midwives throughout your pregnancy, labour, birth and afterwards at home.
The Mobile Women's Health Service is a network of specially trained women’s health nurses who provide a free and confidential service to Queensland women.
We provide free dental health services for adults in community dental clinics and children in mobile dental vans or school clinics.
Our paediatric service cares for and treats children for a wide range of conditions, from newborns up to the age of 16 years.
Our Child and Family Health service provides parenting support.
P.A.R.T.Y. is an in-hospital injury prevention program for high schools.
Rockhampton Hospital is equipped to care for unwell and preterm babies from 32 weeks gestation.
CQ Health's Youth Alcohol and Other Drugs Service aims to assist young people aged 12-18 who are seeking treatment for alcohol and or drug use in Rockhampton. CQ Health's Youth Alcohol and Other Drugs Service provides one-one-one counselling to help young people achieve their goals, whether this is to stop or reduce their use of alcohol or drugs or minimise the harms associated with alcohol and drugs.
We provide mental health services to children and young people under 18 years of age with serious mental health issues.