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Dr Ann Lewis

Ann moved to Perth in 2012 from the wheatbelt where she worked for 10 years as a GP obstetrician. She has an advanced obstetric diploma and performs normal, assisted and caesarian deliveries. She is interested in all aspects of women’s health and can fit implanon and mirena contraceptives.

Ann is providing obstetric services to public patients through Bentley Hospital and private patients who would like to deliver at SJOG Mt Lawley.

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Dr Greg Caddy

Greg graduated from the University of WA in 1982. After 3 hospital training years including terms at Princess Margaret and King Edward Memorial Hospitals, he moved to general practice in Kalgoorlie for 10 years. He delivered approximately 100 babies per year over this time and developed an interest in obstetrics and care of the newborn. On his return to Perth he did further obstetric studies at KEMH and sat the Diploma of Obstetrics examination in Melbourne. He provided private obstetric care at Undercliffe and Kalamunda hospitals until they were closed and also a public obstetric service at Swan Districts until this became a specialist only service. He has been delivering at Bentley Hospital for the last 6 years and has developed an interest in establishing a high quality general practitioner/midwife based obstetric unit.

Dr Caddy has now delivered over 2000 babies.  

Dr Anna Dillon – Currently on Maternity Leave

Anna initially qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2002 and worked in NZ, the UK and Australia before deciding to study medicine at Notre Dame in Fremantle. She graduated in 2012 and worked at Fremantle Hospital. While doing a GP term in Carnarvon she discovered her passion for general practice and womens health and she has subsequently undertaken 2 years of womens health training and is part of the Mead team who provide obstetric care at Bentley Hospital. Anna is passionate about all aspects of general practice with a particular interest in women’s health, sexual health, paediatrics, sports medicine and preventative health.

Outside of work Anna and her partner are kept busy with their gorgeous infant son. She also enjoys running and mountain biking and exploring WA. 

Dr Danielle Vlahov

Since completing medical school at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle in 2014, Dr Vlahov has worked in numerous hospitals across Perth covering many aspects of medicine. She has a special interest in women’s sexual and reproductive health, paediatrics (registered Youth Friendly Doctor) and mental health. More recently she has undertaken further training, completing her DRANZCOG through King Edward Memorial Hospital with special interest in antenatal care. She has also completed a certificate in sexual and reproductive health and is qualified to insert and remove both Implanons and IUDs.

Danielle believes in a holistic approach to managing patients’ needs with a focus on ensuring all aspects of their health are attended to at each consult.

Outside of the practice she enjoys running along Perth’s pristine coast line. Danielle likes to maintain an active lifestyle which helps connect her with the community and her family.

Dr Celia Worth

Celia Worth is a mother of two young children who is currently completing her qualifications as a GP obstetrician. She completed her medical degree at the University if Queensland in 2008. Prior to deciding to pursue medicine, she obtained a Bachelor Degree in Science and Commerce also at the University of Queensland.

After finishing medical school, she discovered her interest in womens’ health and went on to complete five years of speciality training in obstetrics and gynaecology, predominantly at Liverpool Hospital a busy tertiary centre in Sydney. In 2017, she made the difficult decision to follow her husband back to his home town in Perth and refocus her priorities to work life balance and being a mother.

Since that time, she has been working as a career medical officer in obstetrics and gynaecology at Joondalup Hospital, a GP obstetrician at Bentley Hospital and a GP obstetrician at the founding One for Women practice in Midland since the company’s initiation. In addition to this, she is working towards completing the general practitioner speciality component across two sites under the Mead Medical banner.

Celia is passionate about every aspect of women’s health and providing women with equitable access to all available resources, information and health care providers. Her current aspirations include having another child, providing care to women with a holistic approach at all stages of their life and locuming in remote areas of Western Australia to bridge the gap in health care provision for women.

Useful links

Common concerns and questions

During Pregnancy

Post Delivery

Breastfeeding resources

Australian Breastfeeding Association

Note – there are many more great articles on the ABA website covering the full range of breastfeeding questions, click here to visit.

Better Health Victoria

Nutrition & Weight Gain During Pregnancy

Pregnancy and Exercise

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ann-lewis

Dr Ann Lewis

Ann moved to Perth in 2012 from the wheatbelt where she worked for 10 years as a GP obstetrician. She has an advanced obstetric diploma and performs normal, assisted and caesarian deliveries. She is interested in all aspects of women’s health and can fit implanon and mirena contraceptives.

Ann is providing obstetric services to public patients through Bentley Hospital and private patients who would like to deliver at SJOG Mt Lawley.

gregCaddy

Dr Greg Caddy

Greg graduated from the University of WA in 1982. After 3 hospital training years including terms at Princess Margaret and King Edward Memorial Hospitals, he moved to general practice in Kalgoorlie for 10 years. He delivered approximately 100 babies per year over this time and developed an interest in obstetrics and care of the newborn. On his return to Perth he did further obstetric studies at KEMH and sat the Diploma of Obstetrics examination in Melbourne. He provided private obstetric care at Undercliffe and Kalamunda hospitals until they were closed and also a public obstetric service at Swan Districts until this became a specialist only service. He has been delivering at Bentley Hospital for the last 6 years and has developed an interest in establishing a high quality general practitioner/midwife based obstetric unit.

Dr Caddy has now delivered over 2000 babies.  

Dr Anna Dillon – Currently on Maternity Leave

Anna initially qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2002 and worked in NZ, the UK and Australia before deciding to study medicine at Notre Dame in Fremantle. She graduated in 2012 and worked at Fremantle Hospital. While doing a GP term in Carnarvon she discovered her passion for general practice and womens health and she has subsequently undertaken 2 years of womens health training and is part of the Mead team who provide obstetric care at Bentley Hospital. Anna is passionate about all aspects of general practice with a particular interest in women’s health, sexual health, paediatrics, sports medicine and preventative health.

Outside of work Anna and her partner are kept busy with their gorgeous infant son. She also enjoys running and mountain biking and exploring WA. 

Dr Danielle Vlahov

Since completing medical school at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle in 2014, Dr Vlahov has worked in numerous hospitals across Perth covering many aspects of medicine. She has a special interest in women’s sexual and reproductive health, paediatrics (registered Youth Friendly Doctor) and mental health. More recently she has undertaken further training, completing her DRANZCOG through King Edward Memorial Hospital with special interest in antenatal care. She has also completed a certificate in sexual and reproductive health and is qualified to insert and remove both Implanons and IUDs.

Danielle believes in a holistic approach to managing patients’ needs with a focus on ensuring all aspects of their health are attended to at each consult.

Outside of the practice she enjoys running along Perth’s pristine coast line. Danielle likes to maintain an active lifestyle which helps connect her with the community and her family.

Dr Celia Worth

Celia Worth is a mother of two young children who is currently completing her qualifications as a GP obstetrician. She completed her medical degree at the University if Queensland in 2008. Prior to deciding to pursue medicine, she obtained a Bachelor Degree in Science and Commerce also at the University of Queensland.

After finishing medical school, she discovered her interest in womens’ health and went on to complete five years of speciality training in obstetrics and gynaecology, predominantly at Liverpool Hospital a busy tertiary centre in Sydney. In 2017, she made the difficult decision to follow her husband back to his home town in Perth and refocus her priorities to work life balance and being a mother.

Since that time, she has been working as a career medical officer in obstetrics and gynaecology at Joondalup Hospital, a GP obstetrician at Bentley Hospital and a GP obstetrician at the founding One for Women practice in Midland since the company’s initiation. In addition to this, she is working towards completing the general practitioner speciality component across two sites under the Mead Medical banner.

Celia is passionate about every aspect of women’s health and providing women with equitable access to all available resources, information and health care providers. Her current aspirations include having another child, providing care to women with a holistic approach at all stages of their life and locuming in remote areas of Western Australia to bridge the gap in health care provision for women.

Useful links

Common concerns and questions

During Pregnancy

Post Delivery

Breastfeeding resources

Australian Breastfeeding Association

Note – there are many more great articles on the ABA website covering the full range of breastfeeding questions, click here to visit.

Better Health Victoria

Nutrition & Weight Gain During Pregnancy

Pregnancy and Exercise

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