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In case of obstetric emergencies, please call (08) 9438 9700 – St John of God Murdoch Hospital Delivery Suite.

Dr Colin Blair
Perth Obstetrician with 30 years’ experience.

Thank you for considering Dr Colin Blair as your obstetrician and for sharing the beginning of a new life with him. He and his team are here to help you through your pregnancy.

Your First Appointment

We like to see you within the first three months of pregnancy if possible, but don’t worry if your pregnancy is more advanced than that.

Antenatal Care

Dr Blair and his team will see you approximately twice in the first 20 weeks of your pregnancy, and then more often as you get closer to delivery time, usually weekly in the last month.

The Birth

By now you would have seen your baby in scans but probably not been able to see your toes for a while. When the big day finally arrives, Dr Blair and his team will be there.

After Delivery

Our treatment includes a check-up for you when your baby is six weeks old. We can discuss any questions you may have, any contraception you need and help make your life as a new parent as easy as possible.


From that exciting time you first see the positive result, we are here to help you through your pregnancy. At all stages Dr Blair and his highly skilled team are committed to providing the professional expertise, guidance and support to make your experience as enjoyable and stress-free as possible.

We look after all aspects of pregnancy from initial consultation and testing, to every kind of delivery (natural to surgical), right through to follow up care after the birth.


Making sure both baby and mother are healthy.


Ensuring the big day goes as smoothly as possible, with many services available

After Delivery Care

Our treatment continues after birth, ensuring both mother and baby are happy and healthy.






Dr Colin Blair is a graduate of the University of Western Australia (MBBS) and has been practicing medicine for 30 years. This experience includes six years of full time specialty training in obstetrics and gynaecology earning him the specialty degree of a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists (FRANZCOG).

Dr Blair is supported by a dedicated and experienced team who all contribute to looking after you. This team includes a practice manager, secretaries and midwives all with over 30 years of experience each, and who are dedicated to providing outstanding care and support throughout your pregnancy and beyond.


There are some myths and truths around the 'power' of the placenta, with some parents choosing to keep it.

There are many options out there on what you can choose to do with it, from more traditional uses like consuming it through to making it into jewellery. Or you can even choose to donate it to assist with reconstructive procedures like the healing of wounds or burns.

If you think you may want to keep yours, talk to Dr Colin Blair and his team for more information.

Visit our website for more FAQs, link in bio.

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On this day last year Dr Colin Blair and his team delivered 10 babies! All in one day!
You read that right! Ten! And every single one of them is unique and special.
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It was a momentous day, and we'd like to wish them all a Happy 1st Birthday!

Learn more about Dr Colin Blair and his amazing team by visiting his website, link in bio.

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This little cutie is now 1! We love seeing how the newborns we deliver flourish into healthy toddlers 🥰!

"Thank you so much for my birthday card Dr Colin. This time last year my parents had no idea the adventure they were about to go on. Now they are wiping cake off the floor! Thank you for delivering me, Felicity 😊"

Thank you for sharing these photos Kristen. Happy birthday little Felicity. Enjoy your cake!

#1stbirthday #perthbabies #perthobstetrician

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When did your sound effects start to kick in?

Let us know in the comments below 👇

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Did you know that quite a few women experience some spotting during pregnancy?

It can feel very scary at the time, even though it is pretty common. We always advise that you contact Dr Colin Blair if the bleeding is heavy, recurrent or continuous and, of course if you are ever feeling concerned.

Visit our website for more FAQs, link in bio.

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If you are planning on having a vaginal birth we highly recommend that you start Perineal Massage from 34 weeks.

So what is Perineal Massage?
Perineal Massage involves the gentle stretching of the tissue that surrounds the opening. A 1999 study by Labrecque and colleagues reported that 24% of women who performed perineal massage had vaginal births without tears – compared to 15.1% of women who did not use massage.

To read our full guide visit our website's FAQs page, link in bio 🔗

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Now you may have seen this writer's words go viral recently when radio host @lauramcgoldrick13 read them out live on air. If you haven't, we'd highly recommend searching for it. It's a tear-jerker!

@jessurlichs_writer has three books that are filled with heartfelt, relatable and beautiful poems! It makes a great baby shower gift or a gift for yourself to help you through long nights or early mornings!

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