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Education and patient connections are at the forefront of Ben’s practice. He’s interested in looking after complex prenatal and antenatal cases, but he’s passionate about building relationships with his patients and their partners to help them learn about pregnancy, childbirth and the transition into parenthood.
Ben worked in aged care and neurology in the UK while completing his qualifications to become a Midwife in 2011. This experience helped Ben to excel in providing Midwife services at the Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust, the largest women’s hospital in Europe and one of the most reputable. After 3 years’ experience in their antenatal, postnatal, birthing and community areas, which included working with high risk pregnancies and deliveries, Ben decided to move to Australia to work with the Mater Hospital in North Sydney.
In 2016, he completed his certification in Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics for Midwives at Griffith University which qualified Ben to prescribe medication and order tests in collaboration with an Obstetrician to provide more thorough care for women and their families. Then, in 2018, he earned his Certificate in Family Planning and Sexual Health which also qualifies him to insert the implant contraceptive.
Ben has experience in both public and private health services in Sydney which enables him to help patients navigate the healthcare system, and he finds inspiration in making the transition into parenthood as comfortable as possible for new parents.
As a highly experienced Obstetrics Nurse, Midwife and mother of three lively boys, Amy is able to share learnings from both her professional and personal life experience with her patients.
She has been an Obstetrics Nurse since 2001 and a Midwife since 2006. Her experience includes work in America with high-risk pregnancies before moving to Australia in 2005. Inspired by her experiences in this medical field, Amy undertook postgraduate studies in Family and Child Health where she gained education and training in key aspects of sleep and settling for infants and toddlers. She completed her Graduate Certificate in 2016 and makes herself available to families who have concerns in this area in the postnatal period.
To Amy, having a baby is the most exciting time in life, full of possibility, uncertainty and education!
Donnah commenced her nursing career in 2002 and completed her midwifery training in 2013. She has worked in both the private and public sectors of the NSW health system with experience at Royal North Shore Hospital in general nursing and neonatal intensive care nursing, Royal Price Alfred hospital in high-risk pregnancy care and the Mater Hospital in labour, birth and postnatal care. Donnah successfully completed the Midwifery Prescriber’s course in 2020.
Donnah possesses a genuine desire to help others and has a keen interest in antenatal education. As an experienced midwife and the mother of three lively boys including twins, Donnah understands the excitement, worries and uncertainty associated with pregnancy, birth and early parenting and is always keen to share her knowledge and experience to assist others.
Donnah is currently working as part of our obstetrics team to provide professional and specialised care for our patients. She is also available for private or small group antenatal classes.
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