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Specialities and consultants
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Respiratory and Sleep Medicine
Reviews of St Andrew'S Hospital
Based on 26 reviews
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What I liked: "Excellent surgeon with great knowledge and skills. Caring, gentle and understanding. Very dedicated to his work and patients. Visited me early parts of the morning to assess my progress.
2004 performed a colorectal surgery for cancer and gave me my life back to spend with my children aged 7 & 9."
Could improve: "None"
I went for: Laporotomy and Ileostomy
Patient who saw Dr. James Moore in St Andrew'S Hospital
What I liked: "The hospital was efficient and friendly staff, medical and nursing. Dr Mark Schoeman, is professional, witty, enjoys a laugh, makes you feel comfortable and provides excellent service with great advice ... for my bi-annual checks.
Could improve: "Nothing I can think of for Dr Mark Schoeman.
For St Andrews, please improve the parking accessibility and number of car-parks.."
I went for: Colonoscopy and endoscopy
Patient who saw Dr. Mark Schoeman in St Andrew'S Hospital
What I liked: "administration staff were excellent, as were attending nurse, Dr Richard Sarre was very reassuring, pleasant and efficient."
I went for: Colonoscopy
Patient who saw Dr. Richard Sarre in St Andrew'S Hospital
What I liked: "One of the most professional and courteous Anaesthetists I have had dealings with. As surgeries go the whole experience was perfect."
I went for: Surgery
Patient who saw Dr. Michael Abbott in St Andrew'S Hospital
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Question about Asherman syndrome"Hi, I had a D & C after a miscarriage 3 months ago. My periods are now much shorter (2 days) and lighter. I am concerned about the Asherman's syndrome. Could you please advise a specialist in Asherman's syndrome in Adelaide to diagnose it?"
It is not uncommon to get a change in periods after a miscarriage as the lining of the womb may not grow as much as the hormones of pregnancy go down and as you grieve. Rarely this can be due to adhesions in the uterus (Asherman's) which is diagnosed by inserting a fibre optic camera in the womb to see the adhesions. In Adelaide all gynaecologists should be able to perform this straightforward procedure but less gynaecologists undertake the surgery to remove these adhesions. In Adelaide some of the surgeons that undertake this procedure are Dr Prabhath Wagaarachichi, Dr Aimee Wiltshire, Dr Jodie Semmler and Dr Bruno Radesic.
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