Woman-Centred Collaborave Care
A new model of pregnancy care for Sunshine Coast women
What is woman-centred collaborative care?
This new model of pregnancy care oﬀered by our clinic places you and your needs squarely at the
centre of your health care.
It enables our clinic to provide you with the ultimate level of personalised care throughout pregnancy,
birth and beyond. We oﬀer women both the companionship and familiarity of their own midwife,
plus the knowing and safety support of their trusted Obstetrician.
The ultimate aim is to provide the women with the best birth possible, and we believe in providing
unbiased information, acknowledging the woman to be the centre of all care and respecting and
supporting the decisions made by her.
Women are free to ﬁnd the position of choice for birth, including in water both for labour and for birth,
and given guidance should birth become more challenging.
What are the main beneﬁts?
Our goal is to support the miracle of life, with only the intervention required,
in an environment of love and care.
Some of the beneﬁts of collaborative care include :
• Complete personalised care program
• Respect for your right to make decisions
• Consistent antenatal and postnatal care
• Reduction of anxiety and stress
• Lower risk of postnatal depression
• Being in control of your birth environment
• A safe, supportive, respectful environment
• Improved bond with baby
We have always been passionate about putting our mums in the centre of care
with all the love and respect they deserve.
We are excited to oﬀer this service and are proud to be the ﬁrst and only medical
practice so far to implement it at The Sunshine Coast Private Hospital.
Dr Dana Moisuc - MD(Buc), FCOG (SA) FRANZCOG
Dr Dana Moisuc is an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.
She is a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and Fellow of the College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of South Africa.
Dana has been working in her ﬁeld for over 20 years and lives on the Sunshine Coast. She has two grown‐up children.
Vicki Chan - Midwife
A midwife since 1983, Vicki’s experience varies from a big tertiary hospital, a small birth centre and Selangor Maternity Centre – all the while maintaining a busy private practice.
Vicki has helped set up birth centres in Takeo, Cambodia and in the Kawangware slum of Nairobi, Kenya.
Vicki has been invited to speak on matters of birth around the world.
She is a passionate advocate for the birthing woman and is devoted to seeking, sharing and facilitating ways to better birth. Vicki is a devoted and busy mother of four.