Preparing for Pregnancy - Peninsula Private Hospital
Free Information Event
7pm Wednesday 27th October
Having a baby is a big milestone. We appreciate there is so much to learn and it's often hard to know where to start.
Join us at our free online information evening to learn everything from optimising your pre-pregnancy health and fertility, what to expect during pregnancy, plus uncover the details on choosing your Obstetrician and hospital.
You'll hear from Peninsula Private Hospital Obstetricians Dr Natalie Elphinstone, Dr Deepti Rampal and Dr Sanyogita Tara.
This session is interactive and there will be opportunity to ask questions.
Please note this event will be hosted on Zoom. You will receive the Zoom link via email when you register
See you online on 27th October.
Dr Natalie Elphinstone
Natalie grew up on a dairy farm in rural Victoria, but moved to Melbourne to study medicine and then train as an Obstetrician - having 4 kids of her own along the way. One of the things she enjoys most is being able to offer women a personalised approach to their birth. Whether you have a “nature knows best” mindset, or believe in “the full force of Western medicine”, Natalie can discuss with you all your options and guide you as you make your own decisions about what feels right for you. She knows that no two births are the same - and everyone has their own story to tell.
Dr Deepti Rampal
Known fondly as Dee, Dr Rampal trained locally at Frankston and Monash hospitals. Her passion for the wellbeing of women and their health is one of the first things you’ll notice when you meet Dee. She loves nothing more than being a part of a new Mum’s pregnancy journey, and her relationships with the families is not just limited to the pregnancy ... it’s extends beyond just the antenatal care and birth. In fact, Dee’s patients often drop by to see her many months and years later, sometimes just to say ‘hello’!
Dr Sanyogita Tara
Dr. Sanyogita Tara is an experienced Obstetrician and Gynaecologist committed to providing a holistic, personalised and evidenced-based quality-care to her patients. She has been in practice in various roles and capacities since 2002. A mother of a young daughter, Sanyogita understands the importance of a candid and open dialogue. This characteristic reflects in her routine interaction with her patients who are, through consultation, kept abreast of the expectations along with uniquely tailored care plans, to ensure their wellbeing.
||27 Oct 2021 07:00 PM (AEST)
||27 Oct 2021