ANSC March Update: The Royal Hospital for Women

Thank you Dr Billie Whiteson

Dr Billie Whiteson has made an enormous contribution to the Antenatal Shared Care Advisory Committee over many years and has recently decided to step down from the Committee. Dr Whiteson has been a passionate advocate for antenatal GP shared care. She has committed an immense amount of time assisting with the refinements to the ANSC protocol, developing content for education events, assisting with orientation sessions and supporting GPs with enquiries. Her expert, and generous, contribution to the program will be lasting and go a long way in ensuring the ongoing success of the program. We would like to thank Billie for her commitment to the Program and wish her well for the future.

Clinical placements 2017

Dates for Clinical Placements are now available as below GPs who are currently not affiliated with the Royal Hospital for Women will be required to submit the following documentation prior to the placement: 

  • Working with Children Check number and expiry date
  • National Criminal Record Check
  • Vaccination record (download form)

Interested GPs should contact Julie Davis GPSC Liaison Midwife, RHW Antenatal Outpatients Department T: 9382 6016; F: 9382 6118 on Mondays and Tuesdays, 7.30 am - 5.30 pm

Please note, additional paperwork will need to be completed for GPs who are looking to become affiliated with the Royal Hospital for Women’s ANSC program.

Obstetrics Clinical Placements

Time: 6.30 pm - 7.30 pm

Location: Antenatal Ward, Level 4, RHW

  • Dr. Stephen Horrowitz, Wednesday 22 March
  • Dr. Leo Leader, Wednesday 19 April
  • Dr. Louise Fay, Wednesday 17 May
  • Dr. Stephen Coogan, Wednesday 19 July
  • Dr. Siobhan Lee, Wednesday 16 August
  • Dr. Stephen Horrowitz, Wednesday 20 September
  • Dr. Lousie Fay, Wednesday 18 October
  • Dr. Stephen Coogan, Wednesday 22 November

Neonatal Clinical Placements

Time: 9 am - 11 am

Location: Newborn Care, Level 1, RHW

Dr. John Smyth, Paediatrician, Wednesday 14 June and Wednesday 4 October