Dr Georgia Bavin

BMedSc, MBBS, DCH, FRACGP, NDC Practitioner

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Dr. Georgia Bavin relocated from Sydney to Launceston in 2015, where she initially worked at Launceston General Hospital. Subsequently, she embarked on General Practice training.

In 2019, Dr. Bavin achieved her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and received the RACGP Tasmania Examination Medal for achieving the highest score in the examination. Additionally, she holds an FPAA National Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health, and a Diploma in Child Health, and is presently pursuing certification as an accredited lifestyle doctor.

Dr. Bavin has a particular focus on women's health, covering areas such as contraception, preconception health, fertility, antenatal GP shared care, and the comprehensive care of mothers and infants during the initial year of life. Her expertise extends to addressing issues like infant sleep, feeding, crying, and unsettled behavior.

She also has a special interest in infertility and actively works with patients experiencing difficulty in conceiving. Dr. Bavin provides ovulation induction services, particularly beneficial for women with irregular cycles. Additionally, she offers pregnancy ultrasound services for patients within the clinic.

She adopts a holistic, evidence-based approach known as Neuroprotective Developmental Care (NDC or the Possums programs) and earned accreditation as the first NDC practitioner in Tasmania after completing the requisite training. Dr. Bavin is enthusiastic about collaborating with families to overcome any challenges they may encounter with their infants. Her patients appreciate her kind and nurturing personality, contributing to her popularity.

Beyond her professional life, Dr. Bavin finds joy in activities such as cooking, gardening, and spending quality time with her husband and young daughter.

Dr Bavin will be commencing maternity leave Feb 2024.

Accreditations

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Georgia can advise on the following topics:

Ending a Pregnancy: Medical Termination

In Australia, one in three women will have a termination of pregnancy. Of these women, a third, if not more of them, will have a second one at some point during their reproductive years.

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Good sexual health is important at all ages and all stages of relationships.

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If you have been trying to get pregnant for 12 months or more – or six months if you're a woman older than 35 years – it's time to talk to one of the doctors at The Bubble about what to do next.

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Breastfeeding, baby sleep and cry fuss issues managed through an evidence based lens

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The vulva and the vagina are an area of the body that should not be ignored and the Bubble female specialist GPs are very comfortable discussing these issues.

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Period problems can affect women of all ages from the beginning of menstruation all the way to perimenopause.

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The Bubble doctors can provide a number of contraception options including the oral contraceptive pill, intrauterine device, hormonal implant, contraceptive injection, vaginal ring, and emergency contraceptive options.

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Planning your pregnancy is important to ensure a healthy pregnancy with a good outcome. Unplanned pregnancies are at a higher risk of complications.

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You are eligible for a subsidised Cervical Screening Test if you are aged between 25 and 74, sexually active (or ever have been) and a woman or person with a cervix.

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The 6-week postpartum check is a crucial milestone for mum and baby.

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When it comes to your pregnancy care options, The Bubble offers a personalised and comprehensive approach to GP pregnancy care also known as antenatal GP shared care.

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BreastScreen Tasmania provides a free screening mammogram every two years to women between the age of 40 and 74 years throughout Tasmania.

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The average age of menopause in Australia is 52. Perimenopause is that time leading into menopause and we refer to the time after menopause as post menopause.

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Congratulations, your pregnancy test has come back positive!

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