David has been looking after women and their babies for over 20 years. He has all of the necessary skills to look after your wellbeing during this time of great change.
Whether your pregnancy is low risk or needs special attention, David will be able to give you the attention and time that is needed.
David works in a solo practice, which means he is on call for your needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through your chosen hospital. During times of annual leave, he will make sure you are looked after by another skilled Obstetrician who has a similar work practice. You will be given ample notice of any time that he is away.
He delivers babies at the Northern Beaches Hospital.
Visits usually start at 10 weeks pregnant, then every 4 weeks until 32 weeks. After this visits are fortnightly until 37 weeks, then weekly until the end of the pregnancy.
Your partner and other support people are more than welcome to come to any or all of the visits.
Please contact his receptionist for the latest details about fees.
Caroline is a qualified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). Caroline’s background is in Neonatal Intensive Care, Midwifery, General Practice and Child and Family Health. Caroline currently works within the public health system as well as in private practice. She works with families and their newborn babies up to 12 months of age. Caroline is passionate about helping new parents. She works within the family partnership model to assist women with their breastfeeding knowledge. Her special interests are breastfeeding, sleep and settling and working with parents in the transition to parenthood and understanding their babies.
Caroline will be available during your pregnancy and postnatally to assist you with breastfeeding sleep/settling and infant cues. During the antenatal period Caroline is available to provide breastfeeding education and assist you with developing a breastfeeding plan.
Caroline will be available for the first 6 weeks postnatally to discuss any breastfeeding concerns. Please call the rooms to make an appointment.
You can also visit her website carolinesbreastfeedingsupport.com.au