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Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (Logan Hospital only)

Logan Hospital offers an Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit for the assessment of early pregnancy complications. Women who are clinically unstable should be directed to the Emergency Department.

Eligibility criteria

Women may be referred directly to the unit if they have:

  • a positive pregnancy test or suspected pregnancy, and
  • a pregnancy less than 20 weeks completed gestation,

and are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • pain or vaginal bleeding but are clinically stable
  • no bleeding but with a non-viable pregnancy
  • a confirmed stable ectopic pregnancy to be treated conservatively
  • pregnancy of unknown location, stable and requiring follow up
  • hyperemesis gravidarum requiring follow up

Haemodynamically unstable women or needing IV fluids – send directly to Emergency Department 

Accessing the service

Telephone the Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit nurse on (07) 3299 8456 to book an appointment.

Alternatively, GPs may telephone the Obstetrician/Registrar on call – for contacts see the Antenatal Shared Care Summary (PDF, 805.58 KB)

All referrals made initially by phone should be followed up with a detailed referral stating reason for referral and indicate current gestation/LMP, EDD, Past Obstetric (and Medical History if relevant), and clinical findings. Please include results of antenatal bloods (especially blood group and antibody screen), any quantitative HCG levels and ultrasound reports, if available. Referrals are to be faxed to the EPAU directly (or as directed by the Obstetrician or Registrar), not to the Central Referral Hub.

Service times

Opening hours and location

  • 8 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday (except public holidays) by appointment only
  • Building 2, Logan Hospital precinct

Outside these times

  • Please present to the Logan Hospital Emergency Department if urgent concerns or contact 13 Health for advice.

Early Pregnancy Assessment – Redland and Beaudesert Hospitals

Women with early pregnancy complications seeing their GP and living in the Redland Hospital catchment may be directed to the next Early Pregnancy Clinic if clinically stable, but ONLY after discussion between the GP and the Obstetrician/Registrar. This clinic does not accept direct GP referrals.

Redland Hospital contact details:

  • Phone On-Call Registrar 3488 3758 or Obstetrician 3488 3111
  • Or refer to the Emergency Department 

Beaudesert Hospital contact details: 

  • Phone On-Call GP Obstetrician 5541 9174 or 
  • Or refer to the Emergency Department

All referrals made initially by phone should be followed up with a detailed referral stating reason for referral and indicate current gestation/LMP, EDD, Past Obstetric (and Medical History if relevant), and clinical findings. Please include results of antenatal bloods (especially blood group and antibody screen), any quantitative HCG levels and ultrasound reports, if available. Referrals are to be faxed to the hospital directly (as directed by the Obstetrician or Registrar), not to the Central Referral Hub.

Essential Referral Information

  • Confirmed Pregnancy – including Gestation at referral and (EDD) Expected Date of Delivery
  • Blood results if available especially Blood Group/Antibody Screen
  • USS reports if available
Last updated 4 August 2021
Last reviewed 11 October 2017