We provide expert care and advice to people with bladder or bowel problems. Our trained nurses understand and are here to help.
Our Continence Management and Advisory Service (CMAS) support clients through personalised management strategies including:
- continence management plans
- appropriate routines
- bladder training
- dietary suggestions
- counselling and advice.
Our team of nurses is here to help you improve your continence and manage your bladder or bowel problems so you can regain your confidence and get back to enjoying your daily activities.
How much does it cost?
CMAS is a free service, funded by the Western Australian Government.
How do I get this service?
Talk to your general practitioner (GP) or hospital specialist about a referral for a private and confidential consultation with a CMAS nurse. We will then discuss what is available to you and help you make the best choice.
Making a referral
To refer your patient to Silver Chain CMAS, please complete the CMAS referral form.
What if I need pads?
If you require continence products, we will discuss what’s available and help you make the best choice. Depending on your situation, we may refer you to receive subsidised continence products. This will be through the Continence Management and Support Scheme.
CMAS clinic locations
There are a number of CMAS clinics in WA. If you live in the country and are a long way from a clinic, you may be able to have your assessment with a nurse over the telephone at no cost to you.
Home visits are available in special circumstances should you be unable to travel to a clinic for health reasons.
|Jandakot||Level 2, Unit 2, 2 Sabre Crescent, Jandakot|
|Joondalup||Women's HealthWorks, Lotteries House 70 Davidson Terrace, Joondalup|
|Mandurah||Lotteries House Suite 18, 7 Anzac Place, Mandurah|
|Albany||Amity Health 136 Lockyer Avenue, Albany|
|Bunbury||1 Mitchell Crescent, Bunbury|
|Busselton||58 West Street, Busselton|
|Geraldton||114 Sanford Street, Geraldton|
|Rockingham||Lotteries House 6 Civic Boulevard, Rockingham|