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She has been member of the NSW Perinatal Network Service, the High Risk Obstetric Advisory Group, the New South Wales Hospital Delivery and Midwifery Unit Managers’ Group, and the New South Wales Nurses Association Midwifery Advisory Committee.Penny consults alongside Dr Morris Monday to Thursday, and will provide you with compassionate midwifery support throughout your pregnancy, offering expert knowledge or reassurance during consultations or via telephone when needed.Dr Morris completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Sydney and undertook his residency at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.Stephen was a senior registrar at Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne, where he obtained membership with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG).Alexis helped develop and write the Policy and Procedure Manual for the Delivery Ward at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and The Birth Centre.Alexis has an extensive nursing background dating from 1975.In this role, Alexis managed a team of midwives in the coordination and care of 7,000 patient presentations per year, with a delivery rate of 5,000 per year.Alexis coordinated midwifery and auxiliary staff, liaised with obstetricians, anaesthetists and associated specialists.
Penny sees it as a huge privilege to be part of this process.
Penny qualified as a Registered Nurse in 1993 at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Following this, she worked both St Vincent’s Private Hospital and The Sydney Adventist Hospital in general medical surgery.
Following this, Dr Morris worked overseas for four years, commencing with two years at the National Maternity Hospital and the Rotunda in Dublin, followed by a year at Queen Charlotte’s Hospital and The Royal Free Hospital in London.
He also spent a year working at Hospital Cochin in Paris.Penny knew early on that she wanted to work in women’s health and went on to study Midwifery at The University of Sydney.