GP Antenatal Shared Care Program

RPA Women and Babies / Canterbury Hospitals
All enquiries :   ph 1300 986 991

St George and Sutherland Hospitals / The Royal Hospital for Women
All enquiries :  ph 1300 986 991 

New on-line Application Form - To be completed for all GP ANSC Program registrations

Objective: To improve maternal and child wellbeing by supporting clinicians in the provision of integrated antenatal and postnatal care. This will be achieved through collaborations with key stakeholders, commissioned initiatives and workforce education and training.

How to keep informed

Stay up-to-date by viewing our quarterly ANSC e-newsletter. This newletter includes important updates regarding each GP ANSC program and broader antenatal and/or postnatal information. 

How to maintain affiliation/recognition as a ANSC GP  

GPs participating on an ANSC program are expected to be familiar with ANSC guidelines and protocols and complete ongoing educational requirements. These requirements involve the accrual of at least 12 CPD points in either antenatal and/or postnatal specific educational activities over each RACGP triennium. Activitites may include either CPD Accredited Activities (previously Cat 1) and/ or CPD Activities ( previously Cat 2). 

Relevant educational activities can be completed as face-to-face (CESPHN or external events) or as  pdf on-line modules (319 KB) . CESPHN education events for 2021 can be viewed in the Maternal Health Calendar and will also be posted on the events webpage and Sydney Health Weekly

You may wish to forward a copy of your CPD statement to to update your records.

Quality Improvement activities 
    The Quality Improvement PIP Incentive commenced on 1 August 2019. Practices are required to undertake continous quality improvement (CQI) activitites through collection and review of your practice data or information. 

    1.  document QIA - Increasing influenza vaccination uptake in pregnant women (443 KB)

    2.  document QIA - Increasing pertussis vaccination uptake in pregnant women (443 KB)

Commissioned Services 

Diabetes Education in Pregnancy - Migrant Communities

Services offered: Community-based education program to promote awareness and knowledge of the risk factors associated with diabetes in pregnancy for women from specfic CALD communities.

The objectives of the project are to:  

  • Increase knowledge amongst women of child bearing age within specific CALD communities of the health risks associated with diabetes in pregnancy, pre-gestational diabetes and long-term health risks.  
  • Facilitate community exposure to health education messages about the risks of diabetes in pregnancy for women of specific CALD communities. 
  • Develop or source “in language” consumer resources about diabetes in pregnancy and associated health risks. 
  • Improve self-management among women of specific CALD communities of the health risks associated with diabetes in pregnancy. 
Target population : Women  of child-bearing age (& broader community) from CALD backgrounds : Bengali, Arabic, Urdu and Chinese within CESPHN boundaries. For 2020-2021,the project will extend to target women from Mongolian, Rohingyan and Indonesian communities

Providers: This program is administered by Diabetes NSW &ACT 


ANSC program enquires, resources and GP registration
CESPHN Project Officer: Jane Miller
Phone: 9330 9943

Clinical advice and support
GP Liaison Midwife: Julie Curtis
or call (if non urgent) Noreen Murray (ANC NUM) on 9113 2294