Dr Tang is a Monash graduate who has decided to pursue his specialty in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. He obtained his fellowship from The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2010. Dr Tang is also fluent in speaking Mandarin. Since then, Lloyd has embarked on a unique [...]
Mums to be who have been diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes (GD) often have questions about how this may affect the birth of their baby. Here is some information to help with your personal birth plan if you are a patient at St Vincent's Private Melbourne. During Pregnancy Throughout your pregnancy [...]
During our childbirth education classes we include a section on TENS machines, here are the questions and answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. What is a TENS machine? TENS stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. The TENS stimulator produces ‘pulses’ that are applied vial a cable to [...]
Each year for International Midwives Day we share the story of one of our midwives. This year Al Kleine tells us how he chose midwifery as a career. My calling to become a midwife was a long time coming, although it was quite a journey for me to get here. After [...]
Ever wondered why your doctor or midwife is always worriedly checking your blood pressure every visit? And why it is that you must come every week at the end of pregnancy to have what seems is a quick and routine check over? Why you might have to pee on a [...]
After three years of being busy looking after her own babies, Dr Miranda Robinson is back and excited to be joining the vibrant group of female obstetricians who all have a philosophy of providing their patients with personalised and holistic care. Dr Robinson is joining with Dr Vicki Nott, Dr [...]
Thomas was born at 35.5 weeks gestation. Just in time for Wear Green for Premmies Day.