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#76 ~Kirsten~

Posted 25 March 2006 - 11:18 AM

I am due on April 11 and am booked in at Casey at this stage.

I am at risk of being transferred to Dandenong due to low iron levels.  If they drop too much lower I am then regarded as 'high risk.;

I had DS at Dandenong in 2004.  Apart from a horrible labour I had no major dramas.  They basically left me to do my own thing.  I stayed the three nights.

Casey is closer to home and I agree, just looks so much nicer!  I noticed a lot of Dandenong staff at Casey the couple of times I have been there.

I'm doing shared care wih my GP and OB so I can't really comment on the midwife clinic there.  I did try to get in but it was booked out.  I did have my 12 week booking appointment and 34 week chat and the midwives were lovely.  They answered my huge list of questions on both occasions.

#77 furkids

Posted 29 September 2006 - 12:26 PM

Anyone been here recently? I'm currently trying to toss up whether to go to Casey or go private?

#78 Patbrab

Posted 01 October 2006 - 09:32 PM

I am booked in for my frist anti natal on the 16th at Casey. I had DS at Monash, a friend was there for care and said it was great she had bubs at home and no beds at Monash so had to go Casey. I have no worries with going to Casey it close to home and public.
Patty

#79 ~Kirsten~

Posted 15 October 2006 - 01:29 PM

I had my baby girl at Casey on April 8th.  The staff were lovely - during labour and after.  Not a single complaint about my stay there.  Dh and I absolutely rave about the place!




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