1, Boundary Court, 55 Little Edward St, Spring Hill QLD 4000, Australia
55 Little Edward Street Spring Hill QL
(07) 3332 1999
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
About the business
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.
Denise Horwood said 1 year ago
I highly recommend Eve Health, they have a holistic approach to women's health and after suffering from endometriosis and adenomyosis for many years I now find myself on the way to recovery. The team at Eve Health have provided me with individual service and I cannot fault their professionalism, care and expertise.
Violet Mortensen said 1 year ago
If you're looking for quality care, this is NOT the practice to go. If you're about to start fertility treatment, you would be much better placed to seek out the services of a highly reputed specialist who works in private practice where you will get individual care. We became patients of Eve Health Spring Hill last year when our (then) specialist moved here and out of private practice. Going through fertility treatment is huge decision and who you choose to look after you is not one to take lightly. It is also in itself a stressful experience. You want your doctors to get it right and be available and you want administration/ nursing staff to be professional, accurate, reliable and compassionate. And this is NOT what we (or others we have since spoken to) have got from EVE. From small stuff ups to major problems - all we experienced in the hands of this clinic had an accumulative effect and made a challenging journey a nightmare. From showing up at the designated time for early morning appointments only to find the clinic not open at the time they were meant to be (we waited 1/2 hour, then left), to being twice given the wrong patient's blood test results AND MEDICATION INSTRUCTIONS by phone by nurses ( It is only because I am knowledgeable of what are normal results for me that I twigged something was up and asked questions), to being given a blood test request by an acting Dr late on a Friday afternoon with the wrong patient's clinical notes on it (it said "follow up on abnormal cervical smear results" instead of "cycle monitoring". Yes, I went an entire weekend mid-ivf cycle after seeing this info on the Friday night and not being able to contact the clinic for clarification thinking my recent pap smear had produced an abnormal result and I may have cancer but no one had had me about. And yes, this was in the middle of my ivf cycle. The unnecessary stress!!) to a myriad of other issues that I could write a book about. But oh what they do get right is the very opulent rose gold décor and coffee machine. Essentially that is what you are paying (top dollar) for. What you do not get is quality care - accurate, timely, customised and reliable care. Do your research - and talk to the staff at QFG. There are some brilliant doctors in private practice who will give you the care and treatment you are looking (and paying) for.
Nitesh Mistry said 2 years ago
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