DR STEVEN TAN OBSTETRICIAN GYNAECOLOGIST
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    DR STEVEN TAN OBSTETRICIAN GYNAECOLOGIST

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    Dr. Tan has a small practice with a focus on healthy patients delivering healthy babies by listening to the needs and special requirements of individual patients. He has a dedicated, caring, patient manner and is extremely family focused. Dr. Tan offers encouragement and advice and will care for you through every aspect of your pregnancy. Dr. Tan has enormous experience with High Risk Obstetrics and mature ladies. He has a calm confident manner that instils confidence in all his patients and staff. He is a skilled and dedicated surgeon and has an excellent and caring professional team in his consulting rooms and in the Hospitals.

    Dr. Tan delivers babies at the Mater Hospital North Sydney and North Shore Private Hospital. Patients can deliver at any of these two hospitals so you can choose the environment and facilities that you prefer.

    Dr. Tan is sympathetic to the needs of women in his Gynaecological practice. He is an expert in infertility, menstrual disorders; abnormal pap smears and offers services in the latest in technology in keyhole surgery ( laparascopic surgery).

    MISSION STATEMENT FOR PRACTICE

    MISSION STATEMENT FOR THE  OBSTETRIC AND GYNAECOLOGICAL PRACTICE  OF DR STEVEN TAN

    MB BS BSc MedHons 1 UNSW FRANZCOG
    “FAMILY OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY”

    1. to provide exceptional antenatal care and counselling for all expectant mothers

    2. to facilitate the safe delivery of babies in a nurturing environment

    3. to provide a healthy and safe journey of the newborn child into a loving family environment

    4. to provide acute and continuing gynaecological care and education for women

    5. to continue to uphold the excellent standards of overall care for a patient introduced by the Sisters of Mercy over a century ago.