242A Hoppers Ln, Werribee VIC 3030, Australia

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(03) 9769 4134

http://www.womensclinic.com.au/



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The Women's Clinic

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Abortion Clinic Melbourne | The Women's Clinic Victoria

Safest, quickest & cheapest abortion service (Pregnancy Termination) for Melbourne & surrounds. Surgical Abortions. Confidential, experienced, trusted.

erica said 2 years ago
There may be a shorter waitlist to get an appointment here but please please avoid this clinic and book else where. Extreme cruel to women, unethically ran clinic.
Dan Brooksmith said 2 years ago
7+ hour weight times. Nasty staff clinic run to benefit doctors.
Luke Sotiriadis said 2 years ago
treated with no respext.
Sherry Saini said 2 years ago
Nice staff
sonya redden said 2 years ago

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