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Dr Matt Smith

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Dr Matt Smith believes in the value of building lifelong relationships with his patients. His wide set of up-to-date skills, covering obstetrics, gynaecology and fertility which allows him to provide the highest quality of personalised care to you and your family. He has a special interest in how Endometriosis affects your life from pain to fertility. Dr Smith will guide you through your health care journey with expertise, care, and a friendly demeanour. A father of four young children, Dr Smith is passionate about helping people to grow their families. His knowledge of up-to-the-minute medical research enables Dr Smith to provide cutting-edge services to suit your needs; whether that involves safely supporting natural choices in pregnancy, using advanced surgical techniques to decrease pain and recovery time, or using natural techniques to make your caesarean section a more special experience. A senior lecturer in obstetrics and gynaecology at the University of Queensland, Dr Smith is committed to medical education and innovation. He is a RANZCOG Training Supervisor and the Lead Consultant for Education at RBWH. Dr Smith delivers at both The Wesley Hospital and Mater Mothers’ Private Hospital. Whether you require help with fertility and IVF, managing your pregnancy, or providing gynaecology treatment, Dr Smith’s philosophy of choice, relaxed communication and continuity will provide you with a positive and special experience.
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Dr Stephen Soong

Gynaecologist

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Midwife

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Dr David Moore

Fertility Specialist

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Dr David Moore is friendly, professional, and devoted to individualised care and positive health outcomes for women. As a proud father of two young boys, David understands what a privilege and honour it is to be able to care for women and couples as they grow their family, and he enjoys building sincere, trusting and effective relationships with his patients. A specialist in gynaecology, fertility, and obstetrics, David can provide continuity of care from pre-conception, through to pregnancy care, birth, and beyond. As an obstetrician, David’s expertise in high-risk pregnancy means skillful management of multiple pregnancies (including vaginal birth of twins), women at risk of preterm labour, and natural birth after a previous caesarean birth. David delivers babies at the Mater Mothers’ Private Hospital, Brisbane. In addition to specialist training in obstetrics and gynaecology, David has completed higher study in the assessment and management of fertility problems, to be awarded Master of Reproductive Medicine, and he works as a fertility specialist with Queensland Fertility Group (QFG). David is also a highly-trained gynaecologist, with expertise in minimally invasive techniques, laparoscopic (“keyhole”) surgery for endometriosis and hysterectomy, and the management of menstrual abnormalities, PCOS, and cervical screening (Pap test) abnormalities. David continues to play an active role in teaching specialists in training. He is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland, and has authored several textbook and medical journal contributions. David has extensive knowledge, specialist skills and experience in: Infertility assessment, assisted reproduction (including IVF), high- and low-risk pregnancy, caesarean section, vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC), previous pregnancy loss, PCOS, menstrual problems, endometriosis, fibroids, and minimally-invasive surgery including hysterectomy.
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Dr Paul Conaghan

Fertility Specialist

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Dr Paul Conaghan is a true generalist, with skills spanning all aspects of obstetrics, fertility and gynaecology, and a particular interest in complex obstetrics. He has worked in a wide variety of locations throughout Queensland, both rural and metropolitan. He developed a particular interest in complex obstetrics after working in tertiary hospitals for the majority of the last decade. Specialist training in laparoscopy and pelvic floor surgery further support his interest in this area. Dr Conaghan is a Staff Specialist Obstetrician at Mater Mothers’ Hospital, where he performs all his deliveries. Dr Conaghan is an active member of the medical education community. He is an examiner for the College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and co-ordinates registrar education at Mater Mothers’ Hospital. Dr Conaghan also develops training resources for RANZCOG in the fields of Advanced Obstetrics and Advanced Gynaecology, and is a regular presenter at a number of education events across Queensland. Dr Conaghan is an excellent choice if you are looking for complete pregnancy care – from pre-conception advice through to birth and beyond. He is well aware of the excitement and joy of bringing a new life into the world, and looks forward to sharing this joy with his patients.
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Dr Tal Jacobson

Fertility Specialist

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Dr Tal Jacobson is kind and approachable with an easy going and relaxed manner that will put you at ease. He is professional, confidential and courteous. Dr Jacobson is a skilled specialist practitioner and an accomplished academic, with a career that has taken him around the world. Dr Jacobson graduated from Cambridge University and Guy’s Hospital, London University. He then completed extensive specialist training in the UK, including a Fertility Fellowship at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford and a two year Fellowship in keyhole gynaecological surgery at St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals. After completing his training in the UK, he spent a number of years practising in New Zealand before moving to Brisbane in 2010. He is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland and an elected Councillor to the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (RANZCOG) where he serves on a number of national committees. He convenes and oversees the RANZCOG Part 2 membership exam which is a critical component of the assessment of all obstetricians and gynaecologists in Australia and New Zealand. His research on endometriosis, pelvic pain, infertility, and laparoscopic surgery has been published in peer reviewed journals and presented at international conferences. He has been awarded the Cutler’s Company Surgical Fellowship and several other prizes and awards for his laparoscopic surgery research, and has undertaken travelling fellowships to the USA, Germany, and Austria. He teaches other doctors on a range of courses including anatomy, surgery and evidence based medicine. Dr Jacobson has a specific interest and experience in the management of endometriosis, pelvic pain, fibroids, infertility, menstrual disorders and complications of early pregnancy. He is a very experienced laparoscopic surgeon providing a wide range of procedures including treatment of endometriosis, total laparoscopic hysterectomy, laparoscopic treatment of ovarian cysts and robotic surgery. Dr Jacobson offers experienced fertility treatment including IVF. He operates at The Wesley Hospital, Mater Private Hospital Brisbane, Spring Hill Day Surgery and St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital. Dr Jacobson is also a Staff Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Mater Mothers’ Hospital and delivers all babies exclusively at the Mater.
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A/Prof Anusch Yazdani

Fertility Specialist

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Associate Professor Anusch Yazdani is a subspecialist in reproductive endocrinology and infertility and an advanced reproductive endosurgeon with a uniquely personal and patient-centred approach. His treatment philosophy focuses on an in-depth understanding of individual circumstance and tailoring a highly specific treatment plan. Anusch is focused on attention to detail, diligence and patience to maximise outcomes for both fertility and gynaecology patients in a collaborative framework. A/Prof Yazdani has expertise in reproductive endocrinology, assisted reproduction, recurrent IVF failure and pregnancy loss, endometriosis and pelvic pain. Surgically, he specialises in excisional endometriosis surgery, reconstructive reproductive surgery (including tubal reanastomosis and fibroids) and minimally invasive hysterectomy, including robotic surgery. Anusch is a graduate of the University of Queensland (MBBS Hons), a subspecialist in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (FRANZCOG, CREI) and the Founding Director of Eve Health. As a leader in surgery and reproductive endocrinology, A/Prof Yazdani is the Program Director for both the Queensland Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and Advanced Endoscopic Surgery specialist training programmes. Anusch is a Board Member of the Fertility Society of Australia (FSA), the Immediate Past President of the Australasian Gynecological Endoscopy and Surgery Society (AGES Society), Federal Counsellor to the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) and Director of Clinical Research and Development of the QFG Research Foundation. He is an Associate Editor of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ANZJOG) and Associate Professor to the University of Queensland.
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Dr Rob Butler

Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

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Dr Rob Butler is a gynaecology and obstetrics specialist, with a keen interest in the management of both low risk and high risk pregnancies, and the minimally invasive management of gynaecological conditions. With a background working in tertiary facilities, Dr Butler has extensive experience and knowledge in the area of low and high risk pregnancy and the management of complex medical conditions in pregnancy. With a passion for tailoring an individual pregnancy plan to suit the unique needs of each of his patients, Dr Butler is also a perfect fit for you if you are expecting twins or a multiple birth, hoping to have a natural birth after a previous caesarean, or if you have experienced previous pregnancy loss, preterm delivery, or have an underlying medical problem and are planning a pregnancy. As an ex-representative rower and keen cyclist/triathlete, Dr Butler also has a special area of interest in exercise and nutrition in pregnancy, and can offer his patients specific advice to meet any exercise requirements. Dr Butler believes in delivering complete pregnancy care, from pre-conception advice through to birth and beyond. He delivers babies exclusively at the Mater Mothers’ Hospital, Brisbane. As a gynaecologist, Dr Butler also has additional specialist training in endoscopic and laparoscopic surgery. He specialises in minimally invasive techniques to facilitate the treatment of many gynaecological conditions including endometriosis, fibroids, pelvic pain, and menstrual disorders. Dr Butler continues to play an active role in specialist education and medical research. He is a Senior Lecturer and examiner at the University of Queensland, and also lectures for the DRANZCOG training course, the Advanced GP Alignment and midwifery education programs. His research has been published and presented at local and international meetings, and he has been awarded the Johnson & Johnson Prize from the Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society (AGES).
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Dr Thea Bowler

Fertility Specialist

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Dr Thea Bowler is an obstetrician and gynaecologist with expertise in laparoscopic gynaecology and pelvic pain. She is thoroughly passionate about all aspects of women’s health across the lifespan. Thea studied medicine at the University of Queensland. She completed her specialist training in Queensland and New South Wales and was fortunate to undertake an AGES laparoscopic fellowship with some of Brisbane’s leading laparoscopic gynaecologists. This has given her expertise in the management of many gynaecologic conditions via laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery as well as in-depth experience in caring for patients with endometriosis and complex pelvic pain. Thea is devoted to providing complete multidisciplinary care for patients suffering from pelvic pain and is experienced in providing pelvic floor botox injections for the management of pelvic floor spasm. Thea was involved in helping to establish Queensland’s first multidisciplinary persistent pelvic pain clinic at the Mater Hospital. She is Chair of the Queensland Pelvic Pain Network (QPPN) and is currently studying a course in Better Pain Management through the Australian Faculty of Pain Medicine. Thea has extensive experience in all aspects of general gynaecology including management of menstrual abnormalities, PCOS, ovarian cysts, hysterectomy, contraception advice and cervical screening abnormalities. Dr Bowler has published several academic articles, including most recently, a guideline on the management of pelvic pain flares. She has written chapters for a seminal Australian textbook in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and continues to be involved in research and medical education. As a mother of three young children, Thea understands a woman’s fertility journey from pre-conception to birth as well as the importance of having a close and nurturing relationship with a supportive obstetrician. It is a source of continual delight and privilege to be involved in helping patients bring new family members into the world. Through her obstetric career in predominantly tertiary hospitals, Thea has experience in managing high risk pregnancies and is happy to individualise care according to a couple’s wishes. Thea enjoys forming lasting relationships with her patients that see them through many pregnancies and into the years beyond.
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Dr Robyn Aldridge

Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

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Dr Aldridge enjoys caring for women for their obstetric or gynaecological care. She trained and worked in some of New Zealand and Australia’s leading tertiary hospitals. Before moving to Brisbane, she was the Director of Clinical Governance at Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne and a Senior Lecturer at Monash University. She is dedicated to providing evidence based care to the women that she sees. Dr Aldridge delights in sharing the pregnancy journey with her patients. She will support a woman’s choice for a normal birth or caesarean section, providing information and guidance about either choice. She is expert in assisted vaginal birth and planned vaginal birth after caesarean section. At Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne she cared for women with multiple pregnancies in a specialist clinic and birth suite, making her an expert in multiple births. A key element in her care is answering questions and ensuring comfort and well-being during your pregnancy. Since she arrived in Brisbane four years ago, Dr Aldridge has delivered women at the Mater Mothers’ Private Hospital, Brisbane. Dr Aldridge has two children of her own and understands the joy, excitement and enormous changes that a pregnancy and a baby can bring to your life. She is also experienced in treating a range of gynaecological concerns. She understands the impact that these concerns can have on your daily life and aims to make a gynaecological appointment as comfortable and reassuring as possible. She looks after women who are experiencing concerns with their menstrual cycle, bleeding after the menopause and abnormal pap smears. Dr Aldridge commonly sees women who need contraception advice and the placement of intrauterine devices such as the Mirena. Dr Aldridge has extensive knowledge, specialist skills and experience in: obstetrics, caesarean section, intrauterine device placement, menstrual disorders.
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Dr Ben Kroon

Gynaecologist

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Dr Ben Kroon is an accomplished fertility specialist, gynaecologist and obstetrician. He has achieved the highest level of advanced specialist training in infertility, making him one of only a few fertility and reproductive endocrinology subspecialists in the state. He has a special interest in male and female infertility, endometriosis, fibroids, PCOS, ovulation disorders, recurrent pregnancy loss and fertility preservation. Dr Kroon specialises in surgical treatments that optimise fertility, with a particular interest in minimally-invasive laparoscopic surgery. His surgical practice has a focus on endometriosis, menstrual disorders and other conditions that may impair a woman’s fertility. He has previously been awarded the coveted Australian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society’s Travelling Fellowship. As a senior lecturer at the University of Queensland, Dr Kroon is committed to medical education. He is widely published and is frequently invited to speak on all areas of fertility. An expert in gynaecology, fertility and obstetrics, Dr Kroon is able to offer continuity of care from pre-conception to delivery. In his obstetric practice, Dr Kroon places particular emphasis on clinical safety and individualisation of delivery plans. Being able to see patients from pre-conception through to completion of their family is a continual delight for him. Dr Kroon delivers babies exclusively at the Wesley Hospital, Brisbane. Dr Kroon prides himself on thorough investigation and evidence based management in all areas of clinical medicine. He is approachable, kind, and enjoys an excellent relationship with his patients.
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Dr Kate Strawson

Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

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Dr Erin Wilson

Gynaecologist

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Dr Erin Wilson truly enjoys talking to her patients and helping to make a real difference in their lives. She knows there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to gynaecology and strives to understand and satisfy every patient’s specific needs and goals. Erin trained in Queensland and is a current staff specialist at Mater Mothers’ Hospital. Erin enjoys all aspects of gynaecology and has spent time working in the advanced laparoscopy service, persistent pelvic pain clinic, young adults’ gynaecology services and colposcopy. Erin has extensive experience in menstrual concerns, pelvic pain, abnormal cervical screening, colposcopy, endometriosis, young adults’ gynaecology, PCOS and vulval disorders. She is a senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland (UQ), an Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy & Surgery Society (AGES) member and was awarded a PhD in 2019 from the University of Queensland (UQ) for her research into surgical training. Dr Wilson finds great joy in performing simple procedures to improve a woman’s quality of life and then seeing their relief when they feel like someone has listened to them and helped. In Erin’s free time she enjoys spending time with her 3 children, running, doing pilates, researching, and attending conferences. Get in touch with us Would you like to make an appointment? Do you need some advice? Please contact us as we will be very happy to help you. 07 3332 1999 Follow Us Your Name* Your Name Your Email* Email Phone* Phone Referring GP Referring GP Which service does your enquiry relate to most?* Gynaecology Additional Information Additional information, including your request for preferred specialist/clinician Patient Feedback
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