- Patient Info
Planning for a family or recently pregnant? One of the first things to do is to find the best obstetrician to care for you and your baby.
Recommendations from your GP or health care providers, friends and family and your own research will all help you to make this important choice.
There are a number of things to take into account that will help make your decision easier such as:
One of the most important things is to feel comfortable with your obstetrician. Your first appointment will enable you to gain a good understanding of their attitude and nature. It is vital that you can raise any issues regarding your pregnancy with them, feel listened to, cared for and supported by them and of course, be confident in their abilities!
My receptionists Prudence and Pauline are very happy to answer all enquiries about my practice.
My highly personalised, patient centred care focuses on your needs and wishes within the context of safe care and arrival of your precious baby.
My dedication to your obstetric and reproductive health ensures I am available for all antenatal and gynaecological visits in addition to fielding all of your calls. This way, I am fully aware of what is happening with your reproductive and obstetric health at all times.
I have specific and advanced training, extensive knowledge and experience in obstetric maternal and foetal disorders so I am in a unique position to be able manage numerous maternal medical issues in pregnancy.
I also have extensive experience and interest in natural birthing, which has been statistically shown to improve your labour outcome as it pertains to a normal delivery. I will provide you with the opportunity to understand and perhaps engage in calm birthing techniques and natural birthing practices if this is something that interests you.