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Arrivals Obstetricians have been the leading private obstetric practice in Brisbane since 2008. Dr Vincent Loh and Dr Shane Higgins will continue to operate Arrivals Obstetricians under a new, personalised, one to one model of care. Dr Vincent Loh and Dr Shane Higgins will continue to deliver exclusively at the Mater Mothers' Private Hospital.

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