Liverpool Day Surgery

Welcome to our website, we trust that the information provided is helpful in your treatment.

Our mission is to ensure continuous improvement in the safety and quality of care to patients attending same day surgical services.

Our modern, well equipped facility and our highly trained and caring staff help ensure that your stay at Liverpool Day Surgery meets your expectations.

Our Day Surgery offers state-of-the-art facilities with 4 operating theatres, a 23 bed first stage recovery which is one of the biggest in NSW and the envy of the rest of the industry, which ensures that your recovery will never be rushed. Our 10 recliner chair second stage recovery ensures a smooth transition as you are prepared for discharge...

February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Sunday, February 2nd, 2020

February is the month to find out more about Ovarian Cancer and find out how to take action and increase awareness.

More about Ovarian Cancer

Ovaries (about 2-4 centimetres) one on either side of the uterus, are small organs and are part of the female reproductive system. each ovary contains germ cells that turn into eggs. Ovaries produce progesterone and oestrogen that regulate menstruation.

Ovarian cancer are malignant tumours that start in one or both ovaries. There are three cell types epithelial cells, stream cells and germ cells. Any of these cells can turn into tumours

Ovarian Cancer is the eighth most common cancer in Australia . 1580 women are diagnosed each your nationally. With other cancers, early detection tests can be carried out. Ovarian cancer does not have an early detection test so it is very important to notice any changes or symptoms such as:

Increased abdominal size or persistent abdominal bloating
Abdominal or pelvic lower tummy pain
Feeling full after eating a small amount
Needing to urinate often or urgently

How can you reduce your risks?

Be aware of your family history and get tested for ovarian cancer with your GP.

There are other ways to reduce your risk of getting ovarian cancer:

Removal of the ovaries or fallopian tubes
Have children
Using oral contraception

If you want a cause to fundraise for, consider putting time into fundraising and supporting the research efforts to find a way to treat ovarian cancer. 46% of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer will survive.

Take action by speaking further to your GP if you are unsure about your symptoms or make a difference by clicking on this link: https://ovariancancer.net.au/taking-action/

LDS Has the Following Positions Available

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

 

LDS HAS THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE PLACEMENT:

ANAESTHETIC AND/OR RECOVERY RN – FULL-TIME & CASUAL

OPERATING THEATRE SCRUB RN – NUMEROUS PART TIME SHIFTS

OPERATING THEATRE ANAESTHETIC AND/OR SCOUT RN or EEN –

NUMEROUS PART-TIME SHIFTS

CSSD/ENDOSCOPE TECHNICIAN – CASUAL/PART-TIME

ALL POSITIONS ARE MONDAY-FRIDAY WITH FLEXIBLE WORKING ARRANGEMENTS AVAILABLE

Enquire today at: admin@liverpoolday surgery.com.au

 

Its a 10 out of 10 for LDS!

Tuesday, December 15th, 2015

Liverpool Day Surgery is very proud to announce that, following an intense three day audit, we are now fully certified against all 10 National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHS) as assessed by International Standards Certifications (ISC) and in the process, successfully renewed our ISO 9001:2008 certification with nil recommendations.

 

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