GP Antenatal Shared Care Program

RPA Women and Babies / Canterbury Hospitals
Karen Wheeler - ph 9304 8706 | k.wheeler@cesphn.com.au

St George and Sutherland Hospitals / The Royal Hospital for Women
Jane Miller  - ph 9304 8643 | j.miller@cesphn.com.au

 
Objective: To improve maternal and child wellbeing by supporting clinicians in the provision of integrated antenatal and postnatal care. This will be achieved through collaborations with key stakeholders, commissioned initiatives and workforce education and training.

How to keep informed

Stay up-to-date by viewing our bi-monthly ANSC e-newsletter. This newletter includes important updates regarding each GP ANSC program and broader antenatal and/or postnatal information. 

How to maintain affiliation/recognition as a ANSC GP  

GPs participating on an ANSC program are expected to be familiar with ANSC guidelines and protocols and complete ongoing educational requirements. These requirements involve the accrual of at least 12 Cat 2 points in either antenatal and/or postnatal specific educational activities over each RACGP triennium.

Educational activities can be completed as relevant face-to-face (CESPHN or external events) or pdf on-line modules. (225 KB)

 

ANSC program enquires, resources and GP registration
CESPHN Project Officer: Jane Miller
Phone: 9330 9943

Clinical advice and support
GP Liaison Midwife: Julie Curtis
or call (if non urgent) Noreen Murray (ANC NUM) on 9113 2294