Trent has been helping women give birth since 2007. Our aim is for women to have a safe and enjoyable pregnancy, responsive to women's needs and requirements, and based on the latest and most up-to-date treatment and research.
Trent is based in Hurstville, and helps women give birth at Hurstville Private Hospital, St George Private Hopsital and St George Public Hospital.
Trent trained in Sydney and London, and is a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. He completed his training in 2006 and has been delivering babies and practicing gynaecology in private practice since 2007.
He is a Conjoint Lecturer at the University of New South Wales and involved in the teaching of medical students in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Trent also teaches doctors-in-training through his role as Training Supervisor at St George Public Hospital.
At St George Public Hospital, he is one of the four 'high risk pregnancy' obstetricians that look after complex pregnancies, he set up the Next Birth after Caesaraen Section and the Pregnancy Diabetes clinics, and is responsible for setting guidelines for pregnancy care.
Trent grew up in the St George area, and is married with two young children.
On Call arrangements
Trent is always available during the week during day and night-time for his patients, except when on holidays. You will be notified of planned holidays well in advance.
So that he has time off to see his kids and remain married, Trent is available every third or fourth weekend. The other weekends are covered by one his colleagues: Dr James Opperman, Dr Greg Davis, or Dr Emmanuel Karantanis. Likewise, planned holidays will be covered by one of these doctors- you will be notified in advance of any significant holiday leave.
These doctors are all experienced local obstetricians, and any plans for your birth that are in place will be followed by these doctors if Trent is unavailable.