Managing outpatient appointments during COVID-19

South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) continues to review how to manage its readiness and response to the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation. Reducing face-to-face patient interaction in our hospitals is one way to maximise patient and staff safety.

Please follow government guidelines on visitors and bring only one adult to accompany you to your outpatient appointment.

Please do not attend an outpatient appointment if you are unwell

Please do not come to a hospital outpatient appointment if you or the person accompanying you meet the criteria for self-quarantine without liaising first with the National Coronavirus Helpline on 1800 020 080 for further advice. In that event, we would need to determine if your appointment needs to go ahead and what special arrangements are required to allow your appointment to proceed safely.

When visiting please:

  • wash hands with hand sanitiser
  • keep a safe distance between yourself and others of at least 1.5 m
  • refrain from physical contact.

Patient experience survey

If you recently attended a Fiona Stanley Hospital outpatient appointment, we’d really like to hear how it went by asking you to participate in our Outpatient Experience Survey.

Contact us

Call our Helpdesk on (8) 6152 2222 for all queries.


Our outpatient clinics are located on the ground floor of the main hospital building, off the main concourse.

The main entrance to the hospital is accessed off Robin Warren Drive.

View our hospital map to find your way. 

Opening hours

Outpatient clinics are generally open from Monday to Friday between 8am and 5pm, and closed over lunch for one hour between 12pm and 1pm.

Morning clinics: 8am – 12pm

Afternoon clinics: 1pm– 5pm

Additional clinic hours

A midwifery led antenatal clinic will be held after hours. Details will be included in your outpatient letter.

Visit Healthy WA

Link to Healthy WA – health info for your family.