I've had two of my bubs at Freemasons, and currently expecting my 3rd in September and decided on St Vincent's just for a change. My OB works from both.
Im thinking that I made the wrong decision because I just recently read that they renovated all their rooms which must mean its pretty swanky.
Has anyone been to Freemason before and after the renovations, any big deal or not really?
If you had to choose which would you prefer?
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02-06-2013 14:02 #1
St Vincent's vs Freemasons (Melbourne)
03-06-2013 18:05 #2Senior Member
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I haven't been to Freemasons, but I had both my children at St. Vincent's in 2006 and 2010, and I loved the place! I couldn't fault St. Vincent's and I would thoroughly recommend it. My obstetrician was David O'Callaghan. Who's yours?
04-06-2013 16:29 #3
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