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Our anaesthetists are specially trained doctors who have undertaken advanced training to specialise in the area of anaesthetics, management of medical emergencies and pain control.

Our surgeons work with specialised anaesthetists who specialise in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeries and are highly skilled for the management of our patients undergoing oral and maxillofacial procedures.

Specialised anaesthetists are listed below.

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DR BERTIE WEITKAMP

Company: Victorian Anaesthetic Group

Address: 173 Burke Road, GLEN IRIS, Vic 3146

Phone: 03 9509 3322

Website:  http://www.vag.com.au/vag/about-anaesthetists.html

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DR PATRICK HUGHES

Company: Victorian Anaesthetic Group

Address: 173 Burke Road, GLEN IRIS, Vic 3146

Phone: 03 9509 3322

Website:  http://www.vag.com.au/vag/about-anaesthetists.html

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DR BEN JONES

Company: Victorian Anaesthetic Group

Address: 173 Burke Road, GLEN IRIS, Vic 3146

Phone: 03 9509 3322

Website:  http://www.vag.com.au/vag/about-anaesthetists.html

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DR BRENDAN NUNN

Company: Albert Street Anaesthetic Group

Address: St Francis Building, Suite 14, Level 1, 166 Gipps Street, EAST MELBOURNE Vic 3002

Phone: 03 9412 6625

Website:   http://www.asag.com.au/content/nunn.aspx

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DR JONATHAN CHIONG

Assured Anaesthetic Services

Phone:  0417 854 019

E-mail:  admin@assured-services.org

GENERAL ANAESTHETIC INFORMATION

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FASTING

For your safety whilst you are under General Anaesthesia or Intravenous Sedations, it is extremely important that you do not have anything to eat or drink, including water for a minimum of 6 hours prior to your surgery.  You will be provided with a fasting time in your paperwork that our staff will send to you and then the hospital staff will confirm your fasting times when they contact you the day or two prior to your surgery.

Failure to follow the fasting times and instructions may result in the cancellation or postponing of your surgery.

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PRE-ADMISSION CONFIRMATION

The pre-admissions department of the hospitals will contact you the business day prior to your surgery, to confirm you admission and fasting instructions and times.  At this point they may also discuss the status of your health insurance, personal details and any other relevant information that they or you may need to know prior to your surgical admission on the day.

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CARER'S

You will be required to have a person with you who can act as your carer and take you home from your surgery.  This person is required to be over the age of 18.  They will also be given the information on how to care for you after your surgery and will be expected to take you home and remain with you for the first 24 hours following your surgery.

The hospitals are able to provide your carer with a carer's leave certificate for the time off of work or school.

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WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU ON THE DAY OF YOUR PROCEDURE:

A list of all of your current medications.

Any relevant x-rays or scans that your surgeon doesn't already have.

Loose comfortable clothing

The name and contact number of the person (carer) taking you home.

If you are being admitted for 1 or more nights, a change of clothes, pyjamas and toiletries.

Please ensure that you do not take any valuable such as jewellery or watches.  Any jewellery that cannot be removed will have to be cleared by the anaesthetist and nursing staff and then taped.

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SURGICAL FEES

Your surgical fees are required to be paid at least 5 working days prior to your surgical date, if you wish to pay by cheque then your surgical fees are required to be paid 2 weeks prior to your surgical date.

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RECOVERY

Once your surgery has been completed, the hospital clinical staff will move you to the recovery area.  You will remain in this area for approximately half an hour or until the staff feel you have recovered enough to move.  

Once the hospital recovery staff are satisfied that you have met the recovery requirements, they will bring your carer through to be with you and will then explain the post-operative care instructions and information.

When they are satisfied that you are recovered and met the Post Anaesthetic Discharge Requirements they will Discharge you into the care of your carer.

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