He completed his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of British Columbia
and obtained his fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1995.
You could go into labor at any time in the weeks before your due date, so have everything ready to go when you’re 8 months pregnant. I suggest you pack two small bags for the hospital or birth center: one for the items you’ll need during labor, and another for items that you won’t need until after you give birth.Click here for the lists
In the third trimester make sure that your baby is moving on a regular basis.
If you feel that the baby is too quiet, sit down, eat and drink something sweet and cold. Your baby should start to move. We want 3 movements in the hour after a meal. If your baby does not start to move after the meal please come to the hospital.Read More
To my patients, as you approach your due date, you will have some questions about labor and delivery. This handout will help answer some of the more common questions. If you have attended prenatal classes or been on a hospital tour, the information in this handout about contacting us and when to come to the hospital will supersede anything that you have been told in your prenatal classes.Read More
If you have a non-urgent issue or question that cannot wait to be addressed at the next visit then call my office at 604-874-6848 and leave a message with the secretary and I will get back to you. I will return your call at the end of the working day. I am not in the office every day so there may be a delay in getting back to you.Read More