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CHANGES AT ARRIVALS OBSTETRICIANS

Arrivals Obstetricians have been the leading private obstetric group practice in Brisbane since 2008. After nearly a decade of welcoming the arrival of thousands of babies, Arrivals Obstetricians would like to advise the following changes commencing 18 February 2017.

Dr Shane Higgins and Dr Vincent Loh, will continue to operate Arrivals Obstetricians under a new, personalised, one to one model of care. They welcome the opportunity to provide the same high level of private obstetric care which Arrivals are known for. Dr Higgins and Dr Loh will continue to deliver exclusively at the Mater Mothers’ Private Hospital.

Dr Megan Castner, Dr Amy Mellor and Dr William Milford will all be setting up their own individual practices and as of 18 February 2017, no longer be part of Arrivals Obstetricians.

All new referrals to Arrivals will continue to be accepted. All new patients and all current patients of Arrivals will continue to attend their appointments up until 17 February 2017 at the current practice located at 588 Stanley Street, Woolloongabba.

Details of our new respective practices will be provided as soon as they are available.

If you have any questions regarding the above changes, please feel free to call 38467911.

Dr Megan Castner, Dr Amy Mellor and Dr William Milford will all be setting up their own individual practices and as of 18 February 2017, no longer be part of Arrivals Obstetricians.

All new referrals to Arrivals will continue to be accepted. All new patients and all current patients of Arrivals will continue to attend their appointments up until 17 February 2017 at the current practice located at 588 Stanley Street, Woolloongabba.

Details of our new respective practices will be provided as soon as they are available.

If you have any questions regarding the above changes, please feel free to call 38467911.

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