Sydney’s first all-female obstetric practice, world-recognised gynaecologists

Choose Alana for Comprehensive Specialist Women’s Health Care

At Alana, our goal is simple: To provide health care and medical expertise of the highest standard to women of any age. Established in 2007, Alana Healthcare for Women is built around a deep understanding of the gynaecological, obstetric and fertility needs of the women of Sydney and beyond. This means we have created a team consisting of the best gynaecologists, the best fertility specialists and the best obstetricians in Sydney, providing care in a way that is unique and unlike anything you’ve experienced before. You’ll see this reflected not only in our doctors, physiotherapists and naturopaths, but also in our administrative and support team. Your care really is our number one priority.

Our Range of Services

We offer services in the key areas of women’s health including Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Fertility. Our Gynaecology service offering includes extensive expertise in the areas of general and surgical Gynaecology such as hysteroscopy and laparoscopy, endometriosis, fibroids, hysterectomy, ablation, ovarian and dermoid cysts, pelvic pain and colposcopy. Physiotherapy services for complex chronic pelvic pain and pelvic floor conditions, including pessary insertions, are offered by our specialist women’s health physiotherapists.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where are you located?


We are located in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney at “The Spot”. The clinic address is 48-50 St Pauls St, Randwick, diagonally across from The Ritz Cinema and about 5 minutes walking distance from the Randwick Hospital Campus.

How much is a consultation?


A first visit at our clinic is generally $250, but consultation prices and durations vary depending on the clinical presentation. A full list of consultation fees can be found on our Consultation Fees tab


Do I need a referral?


No. While the specialists at Alana are committed to working closely with your GP as your primary carer, you don’t have to have a referral to see a specialist. But if you are a Medicare card holder and you wish to claim the Medicare rebate, you do need a referral from either a GP or specialist to be able to claim.


I’m pregnant, when should I book my first visit with you?


For Medicare eligible, privately insured patients, you can read our full Obstetric Fee Disclosure.  If you are Medicare ineligible and/or don’t have private health insurance, please telephone us on 02 9009 5255 and we can provide you with the relevant fee information.