Level 1, Boundary Court, 55 Little Edward St, Spring Hill QLD 4000, Australia

Abortion Clinic, Fertility Physician, Fertility Clinic, Medical Clinic, Pain Management Physician, Reproductive Health Clinic

Health

(07) 3332 1999

http://www.evehealth.com.au/

Open Hours

Monday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


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Eve Health

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Women’s Health Clinic Brisbane Obstetrics Fertility - Eve Health

Eve Health provides women’s healthcare and specialises in Obstetrics, Fertility and Gynaecology in Spring Hill, South Bank and Brookwater.

Amanda B said 2 years ago
Dr Wynn-Williams and the staff at Eve Health are amazing. So helpful and took the time to listen and explain everything to me. I was recommended by my GP and am so happy I took her advice. Thank you!
Jessie Miles said 2 years ago
I have seen 4 different doctors here and the are all amazing! Very professional and always take the time to listen and help you. The support staff are great too.
Brisbane Mum said 4 years ago
Dr Rob Butler at Eve Health exceeded all our expectations with the birth of our first child. My GP recommended him and I am so glad she did. Never once did my husband and I have to worry about anything that we didn't need to, Dr Butler was always so professional, courteous, attentive, thorough and above all, kind and caring. By the end you really do feel like you have formed a friendship along the pregnancy journey. He did a brilliant job with my c section, the scar is so tiny and healed well, the midwives all commented on how small and neat it was. If we ever have another child I will certainly be going back to Dr Butler.
Trafford Gazsik said 3 years ago
Our experience with Eve Health and Dr. David Moore was wonderful. A beautiful, modern and well equipped clinic with excellent doctors. Dr. Moore was by our side throughout the IVF process, pregnancy and delivery. We chose him for his kindness and compassionate nature but he also demonstrated a wealth of experience and competence throughout our long journey to having a child.
Helen Davies said 6 years ago
We attended the clinic shortly after it opened in 2009 after not being able to get an appointment with my usual obstetrician. We went to have tests and discuss why we were not getting pregnant. My husband was told by the "lovely" doctor who we had our appointment with "Oh it's all your fault, you have a low sperm count." Nice attitude and bedside manner!! Apparently our "only" option was IVF (IUI was not even brought up in the conversation) and I didn't know anything about IUI until I did my own research on the internet. We were not even given advice on how to increase sperm count. We are now pregnant (naturally) with our third child (the first two were both conceived naturally) and believe that my husband's low sperm count could possibly to do with living in a hot climate. We tried for 5 years after our first child (living in Brisbane and Darwin) and within 2 months of moving to Adelaide fell pregnant naturally. Only 8 months after having my second child I fell pregnant with my third child. This is also after being told we only had a .5% chance of falling pregnant naturally!

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