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+1 251-415-1900

Your First Visit

To help provide us with information before your first visit, please download the patient information forms and bring them to your first visit or complete the online forms.


You will be provided with a schedule of fees prior to your first consultation.


Your Referral

  • You will need a referral from your GP to come and see me so do this first.
  • For an obstetric appointment, you can bring your referral with you the day of your appointment.
  • For a gynaecology appointment, ensure either you or your GP send your referral and any relevant tests through to me first. This can be done by either faxing to 8361 8877 or scanning and e-mailing to

Please make sure you bring…

  • Referral letter. If you don’t have one, call the day prior and we will try and arrange a copy from your GP
  • Medicare card
  • Private health insurance information
  • Any recent medications, blood test or ultrasound reports

New Consultation

New consultations can take up to 45 minutes.

  • If you are pregnant, it is important for you to book in as soon as possible to ensure your place at Somajiguda.
  • I will make every effort to see you at your scheduled appointment time, however appointments may be delayed or reschedule if I need to attend another patient in hospital or perform a delivery.
  • My staff will attempt to notify you of any appointment delays or changes.
  • I ask for your understanding and flexibility and ask you to allow sufficient time to accommodate any unexpected delays.


Our clinic hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

If you are one of my patients and need emergency care or have a medical concern, please contact delivery suite at the USA Womens Hospital: (08) 8239 9154

Alternatively dial an ambulance to be taken to the nearest emergency department.

Get in Touch

I am located at:

1700 Center St, Mobile,
AL 36604, USA

Clinic Hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

You can contact me on:

P. +1 251-415-1900
F. 8361 8877


Dial an ambulance to be taken to the nearest emergency department.