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    Same here. But it was nice to go check them out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseBetweenTheThorns View Post
    I am being classed as high risk and under complete OB care, due to have a scan there at the end of the month, but was told DP might not be allowed in for the morphology scan, which we are not impressed with, apart from that, i have liked the midwives and antenatal clinic.
    How do the shared ensuites work? Between 2 rooms?
    Who is your OB? And how are you finding it so far? I am due for my first OB appt as well in 2 weeks also high risk due to incompetent cervix.

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    I see whichever OB is on duty from my team. I haven't come across anything I can really fault them on as yet. My appts have all been in time. They seem to be on to it. Also in regards to my scan there was no mention of him not coming in on the day so all was good.

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    Just bumping this thread for feedback on this hospital
    We are moving from melb, and i will be going into my third trimester when we arrive. Have to have a c section, so wanting some advice on this hospital. Is it true a partner can stay? What are the doctors like for high risk?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mummyof3girls View Post
    Just bumping this thread for feedback on this hospital
    We are moving from melb, and i will be going into my third trimester when we arrive. Have to have a c section, so wanting some advice on this hospital. Is it true a partner can stay? What are the doctors like for high risk?


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    A close friend just had her third Bub via planned c section at GCUH. She had a good experience with drs and was also high risk. I can't tell you from a personal experience. But I'm pretty sure hubby can't stay. I know her husband was back and forth from the hospital.
    I visited her and things were pretty nice.
    Hopefully someone can give you a better idea. Good luck!

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