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O&G Map

Explore obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G) services across Australia, including population and workforce data, and service locations in rural, regional and remote areas.

About the Mapping Project

RANZCOG developed the O&G Map with funding from the Australian Department of Health and Aged Care, as a tool for exploring O&G health services. The project is part of a wider initiative entitled: Mapping Maternal Health and Gynaecological Services in Rural, Regional and Remote Australia: Uptake, Barriers and Recommendations (or the Mapping Project for short).

The Mapping Project aimed to:

map the geographic distribution of O&G services, the O&G workforce and levels of service in rural, regional and remote Australia

identify service and workforce gaps, and barriers to effective service delivery

The O&G Map is anticipated to support future service and workforce planning, and to facilitate steps towards achieving equitable access for all women, regardless of where they live.


Explore the O&G Map

For more information on data collection and analysis, please refer to the O&G Map Disclaimer.


O&G Map Disclaimer

The data presented on the RANZCOG O&G Map is representative of publicly funded obstetrics and gynaecological (O&G) health services, key population data and O&G workforce data. The datasets provided are for information and mapping purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice concerning O&G services or workforce planning (or other). While RANZCOG has done its best to ensure that the O&G workforce data, hospital location data, and Australian Bureau of Statistics population data are accurate, no guarantee, whether express or implied, is made regarding any information鈥檚 accuracy, reliability or usefulness. Information is current as of July 2023.


Contact

For further information please email: ogworkforce@ranzcog.edu.au

Updated
28 September 2023
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