Arrivals Obstetricians Services


Pregnancy is a very exciting time, although it can be tricky for some. If you have additional health issues that may impact on you pregnancy, special requests or requirements for your pregnancy, concerns around what happened in a previous pregnancy or even if you simply want to ask a few questions you may benefit from meeting with one of our obstetricians prior to falling pregnant.

All the Arrivals obstetricians are available for pre-conception appointments and with flexible appointment times open do not hesitate from ringing now.

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Obstetric services

Arrivals’ obstetric services provide clinical expertise in the fields of routine pregnancy care as well as predicting, recognising and managing complications.

As Australian Medical Board-certified specialist obstetricians, each of our specialists has completed the requisite six years of study toward medical and surgical qualifications, and an additional six years of post-graduate practice and study in obstetrics. As specialists, we undergo continual professional development and assessment.

For our patients, that means you can trust that we are experienced, up-to-date, and well versed in the principles of evidence-based medicine.

For our peers – other Queensland obstetricians – our experience means we are held in high regard, and we frequently act as a referral network for women with particularly complicated pregnancies.

  • Antenatal consultations
  • Antenatal ultrasound
  • Antenatal foetal CTG monitoring
  • Labour and delivery
  • Post-natal Consultations

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