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I give my patients my cell phone number so that they can contact me directly in the event of any significant concerns arising.


I restrict myself to 15 private births p/m to focus on the care of my individual patients before, during and after the births of their babies.


I provide a continuous personal 24 hour service and I share my weekends and holidays with Dr Natalie Shaw and Dr Justin Tucker.

Specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

I am a specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with a particular interest and extensive experience in the management of complicated pregnancies. This means the services that I offer include – but are not limited to – the following:

Preconception assessments and advice.

Assessment and management of recurrent miscarriages.

Pregnancy care for women with complex medical problems.

Pregnancy and birth care for women with multiple pregnancies.

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Rob Buist Specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Sydney


This is where you will find an ever expanding resource of information and articles to help you with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your pregnancy.

Testing for diabetes during your pregnancy – The Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT)


STOP PRESS 6th April 2020 Coronavirus Because of the latest Coronavirus crisis I have decided that you should not be sitting in a laboratory waiting room for two hours as I think this will present an unacceptable risk in these troubling times. We have just received guidance from Queensland Health (I know) and the following […]

Chastised! The Latest Coronavirus Update


One of my patients – very gently – chastised me today for not providing a recent Coronavirus update. She knows who she is. Anyway, here goes. I have some good news, some bad news and some retractions. The Good News We have been drilling. Man, have we been drilling? We are so well drilled we […]

Coronavirus Update


Things are moving very quickly, not just at national and state levels but on the Randwick Hospitals Campus. Both Prince of Wales Private Hospital (POWP) and The Royal Hospital for Women (RHW) are gearing up for this crisis rapidly. As I said in my previous update, it appears that the significant majority of pregnant women […]

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