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    I really wanted either of the Brads, but Armstrong is booked until next September (seriously..!) and Robinson is going on sabbatical leave early next year

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    I really wanted either of the Brads, but Armstrong is booked until next September (seriously..!) and Robinson is going on sabbatical leave early next year
    I'm also looking at Joseph Jabbour or Nelson Gonzalez at Sunnybank since they both still deliver at greenslopes too but I haven't found much about them, a couple of people on random threads have said they're good. But I guess this is the problem, everyone's different so what might be a good fit for one may not be for another

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    You pretty much have to book
    Armstrong on the day you find out you're pregnant.

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    Not surprised with needing to book early with Dr Armstrong. He is the director of obstetrics after all.
    Having said that this is my second with him and he slotted us in easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shazzars View Post
    Not surprised with needing to book early with Dr Armstrong. He is the director of obstetrics after all.
    Having said that this is my second with him and he slotted us in easily.
    The girls told me he leaves some spots for past patients

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    I think I'll stay put for now with Ken. I've only met him once, but I do know he seems very professional and that's what counts. Can't wait to go to the hospital, I loved now nice and quiet it is, I know the mater is the place to be in a crisis, but I damn near had a panic attack just walking through there, at the size of it. Happy Christmas to everyone and thanks again for your input

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