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Dr Peter Jurcevic is a respected private gynaecologist in Melbourne, practising at Frances Perry House. He is renowned for his holistic, patient-centred approach that has earned the trust of women seeking exceptional and personalised care for their reproductive health. With a focus on women’s well-being across all age groups, Dr Peter provides comprehensive and compassionate healthcare, establishing himself as an unparalleled choice for gynaecological needs.
Recognising the significance of offering exceptional care in gynaecology, coupled with compassion, understanding, and informative guidance, Dr Peter Jurcevic is dedicated to addressing your gynaecological concerns with the utmost care and expertise. He ensures that you receive unwavering support and remain well-informed throughout your journey. Dr Peter’s attentive and empathetic approach fosters a comfortable and reassuring environment, empowering you to make informed decisions about your reproductive health.
Offering holistic and tailored care across various gynaecological services for women of all ages, Dr Peter specialises in diagnosis, treatment and care of endometriosis and IUD insertion. His expertise spans an array of services, including:
As a compassionate private gynaecologist, Dr Peter Jurcevic recognises the intimate and sometimes daunting nature of gynaecological conditions faced by women of all ages. With his extensive experience and best interest at heart, he offers specialised care for a wide range of gynaecological issues, catering to the unique needs of women at every life stage, including minimally invasive surgery for common gynaecological conditions. Dr Peter combines professionalism with a personable approach, ensuring his patients receive unparalleled support and attention throughout their healthcare journey. His expertise also extends into obstetrics.
Your first appointment will involve a medical check-up and discussion about your gynaecological concern. This will usually take approximately 30 minutes and will usually include an examination and Pap smear as needed. Further investigations inclusive of blood tests and/or ultrasound scan will be as per the presenting symptoms.
Colposcopy (assessment of the cervix for Pap smear anomalies) and IUD insertions are able to be performed in the rooms. Some conditions will be able to be treated conservatively but occasionally surgical therapies will be recommended. Whilst I always look towards surgery as a last resort option, where it is recommended it will be based on sound clinical evidence and performed expertly based on my medical training.
Follow up appointments for assessment of health progression and treatment response, removal of sutures post-surgery, general wellbeing checks including biannual Pap smear will be as per the presenting problem. Learn more about your first appointment here.