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    Default How far would you travel to see the right OB?

    Just wondering how far would you be willing to travel for your OB appointments and to the hospital for your big day? 30 mins, an hour? Etc....

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    i travelled an hr to my ob..same for hosp.

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    Anybody had experiences with any OB's at SJOG, Subiaco or Murdoch?
    They are closer to home for me.

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    I travel an hour each way as well Hilton but I also work closer to the clinic so I try and make appointments when I am at work so its only 20mins on public transport.

    I probably wouldn't want to go more than an hour for 'routine' visits but if I had to I would. To be perfectly honest if I was told there was someone interstate that I needed to see for some reason I wouldn't hesitate either.

    Goodluck with finding someone...Im in Vic so not really much help for you!

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    I wouldn't even travel 2 minutes to see an ob, I much rather midwifery based care.

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    I travel 20-30 mins to see dr holmes at st john of god murdoch. I really like her so far, if you have questions pm me!

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    Oh sorry, i didn't see this was in the ivf section...

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    I travel 45 mins with no traffic and 1 1/2 hours with traffic to go to my OB / FS and eventually when bubs will be born - hospital!!


 

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