1/30 Bougainville St, Griffith ACT 2603, Australia

Abortion Clinic, Fertility Clinic, Medical Group, Medical Center, Medical Clinic, Reproductive Health Clinic, Obstetrician-Gynecologist, Urologist

Doctor, Health

1800 876 496

Open Hours

Monday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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Total Womens Health

About the business

Dr Andrew Foote

Obstetrics, gynaecology & Urogynaecology problems in Canberra, ACT, Woden, Gungahlin, & Queanbeyan.

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Faye Cura said 3 years ago
Dr. Foote is WONDERFUL! He has an excellent bedside manner, is compassionate, understanding & extremely knowledgeable. The surgery he performed has been life-changing and I am so grateful for his excellent surgical skills. His staff, in particular Sonja-Marie were always available to answer any questions, friendly and all around just lovely and professional to deal with. I highly recommend Dr. Foote.
Tracey Noble said 4 years ago
Dr Foote was 1 of the best Girlie doctors I have been to. He was very polite & explained everything that was happening with my surgery. I will highly recommend Dr Foote. Sonja-Marie his secretary is more than happy to help with advice for medicare & anything non surgical. She was fantastic through my recovery aswel. Should of been 6-8 weeks but due to a great Surgeon I was up in 3 weeks. Thanks Dr Foote
Jenny Telfer said 4 years ago
Dr Foote and his secretary are exceptional people. I received the utmost professional care from Dr Foote from diagnosis through to followup after a successful operation and Sonja-Marie's consideration was outstanding. I can only recommend Total Womens Health as a marvellous unit.
LYNETTE ELTHERINGTON said 4 years ago
As soon as I met Dr Andrew Foote he put me at ease with what I was concerned about. From the first consultation to the operation then final check up, I found him to be very easy relate to and of course my operation was a complete success. Thank you Dr Foote for your gifting and expertise.
Jodie Sharples said 5 years ago
I had a vaginal hysterectomy performed by Dr Foote. My recovery time was amazingly quick, I was given all the information I needed and the care I received was fantastic. I was provided with a number of options prior to choosing which surgery I wanted and am very pleased with the result and my after care.

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