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    Default GP/Ob in Bunbury

    Hi all,
    Im searching for a GP/Ob in Bunbury and would love some recommendations! My GP is at Dr Fosters and Acc, but will be stopping OB services mid year, so cant deliver my Squishy. Any other suggestions??
    Cheeers!!
    CJ

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    Hi,
    I am seeing Tom Cottee, he seems lovely :-)


    Me: 34 DP: 43 DSD: 10 DSS: 8
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    Dr Cottee just supervised my DD's C-section and he was nice. Only saw him the once though!!

    Dr Wilson delivered DS and he was wonderful. I truly believe without him, we would have been in real trouble.

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    Hi I'm a nurse at BRH and am also due aug. I'm with dr macliver. Dr gadd Is also good. Most of the obs are great in bunbury (Wilson and cottee are lovely too) so you won't have an issue. They are just busy so book well in advance

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    thanks ladies! Its so difficult to know who to go through. Ive only heard "dont go to so and so" but not any positive suggestions.

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    I see Dr Comparti at dr fosters. Saw him when pregnant with dd aswell.

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    I see dr kirke in daly, he's a GP/OB but I can go private at sjog and no OOP

    Mel x

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    Has anyone had any experience with Dr Robert Seton? He is at Dr Fosters too. We saw him for our first appointment last week!
    We are planning on birthing at SJOG but have never been there and only recently moved to Dunsborough

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    Dr seaton is very thorough, if it wasn't for his quick thinking my son wouldn't be here today. He's lovely and very careing to say the least and will always fit you in if you need to see him.

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    Thank you this makes me feel very reassured!


 

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