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05-06-2012 18:13 #11Senior Member
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05-06-2012 18:19 #12
he was the doc that checked up on DD when she was born (picked up a fractured collar bone that the paed on call missed). I presume you need a referral. he is awesome... really hope we get him for bub 2 due soon.
I think he does specialise in babies. i'm getting gooey thinking how awesome he is.
05-06-2012 18:20 #13
You will need a referral from your GP to see any paed. Although you may have success with a normal treating your LO.
05-06-2012 18:21 #14Senior Member
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06-06-2012 14:58 #15
We see dr slaughter at the RCH
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