Can you please PM if you've found a really good female doctor in the south eastern suburbs? (Knox, Croydon, Boronia, Ringwood, Bayswater or nearby)
I'm having loads of troubles finding a good doctor at the moment after my doctor moved interstate! I have a few health issues I'd like to sort out before TTC next year.
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20-08-2011 14:14 #1
Looking for good female GP in Eastern Suburbs Melbourne
21-08-2011 22:23 #2
Anyone? Sorry if I posted this in the wrong section. I'm really struggling to find a good dr in my area. I found a great one in Box Hill but it's a bit of a distance. Id love to have a good doctor to discuss my pre TTC health with. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
21-08-2011 22:38 #3
Yes!! Dr Felicity Nolle at Colchester Medical Centre in Kilsyth (or it could be Bayswater Nth?). Anyway, she is absolutely brilliant and I'm not exactly sure what her specialty is, but I came across her by pure luck and every time I call to make an appointment they ask me if it's a prenatal appointment... I can't wait for the day I get to say 'yes'. Anyway when we started TTC she sent me off for a barrage of tests to make sure everything was A-OK. She is also a lovely woman who never rushes through the appointment- so rare these days in medical centres. Good Luck
21-08-2011 22:56 #4
Thank you so much! I appreciate your response I don't live far from there so will give her a try!! Its hard to find a doctor that will listen these days I find. The 3 great doctors I've found in my life time have all at some stage moved interstate! Grrr. Hehe.
21-08-2011 23:48 #5
There is also 2 good female GPs at Lilydale - Main St Medical Centre - 289 Main Street, Lilydale -(03) 9739 3837
22-08-2011 04:30 #6Junior Member
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My doctor is dr Leanne worrell at ferngate medical centre in wantirna (near Knox shopping centre). She came recommended to me and she is great!
22-08-2011 08:53 #7
22-08-2011 09:05 #8
Good thread! I'm in bayswater nth and my doc in Mooroolbark used to be great but I dunno haven't been all that happy with her.
My hubby needed a good doc & we found an amazing one in healsville, he is worth the travel but it's just so far!
22-08-2011 09:06 #9Senior Member
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dr maskell at wicklow medical centre croydon is great...actually, I have seen a few at that centre....alll awesome!
22-08-2011 18:46 #10Senior Member
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Theres a few great female doctors at vermont medical centre if thats close to you.
Very understanding and have a lot of knowlege on just about everything incl new research on clinical practice. Dr Eva Leung or Mary Jackson are my favs. My usual doc is a male and he is incredible doesnt stop until he finds the cause and very caring. I see the female doc (esp Eva) for anything regarding my female regions.
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