25 years of experience

Caring For Women

Dr John delivers babies at Mitcham, Knox and Waverley Private Hospitals and performs gynaecological surgery at Mitcham, Knox and Waverley Hospitals.

About us

DR Suresh John

Dr John is a senior lecturer at Monash University and enjoys teaching medical students in his spare time.
He was Director of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Angliss Hospital from 2006-2009.

Dr John is a Fellow of the UK and Australian/New Zealand Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Dr John delivers babies at Knox Private Hospital, Waverley Private hospital and Mitcham Private Hospital and performs gynaecological operations such as Endometriosis & Hysterectomies at Knox and Mitcham Private Hospitals.

Our Services

Managing Women Health

Good prenatal care is essential for you and your baby during Pregnancy Care. Call your health care provider to schedule your first prenatal visit. During that visit, you will be screened for certain conditions that could lead to complications.


Is the branch of medicine and surgery concerned with childbirth and midwifery


Is the medical practice of dealing with the health of the female reproductive systems (vagina, uterus and ovaries)


Tips for women about how to take care of yourself and your baby during pregnancy.

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Our Patients Reviews

Good prenatal care is essential for you and your baby during Pregnancy Care. Call your health care provider to schedule your first prenatal visit. During that visit, you will be screened for certain conditions that could lead to complications.
Anna Orsulic

I’ve been a patient of Dr John’s for a few years now and during that time he has provided me with the very best of medical advice in a caring and humorous manner....

Lashini Andradi

Dr Suresh John is an amazing doctor!! I cant describe his excellent work in words ♥️ First I wanna thank Dr Suresh for the miracle he bought.....

Jess Cribbin

I could not recommend Dr John highly enough. He went above and beyond all expectations while caring for me during my pregnancy. Dr John is a kind hearted man....

Nan Jiang

I was very confident and relax during my whole pregnancy as I knew I was in good hands with Dr John. Dr John is very professional and experienced. I had my first baby with....

Pooja Daniel

Suresh John is the most compassionate and empathetic doctor I have ever seen. He spends lot of time with his clients and listens patiently to all your queries. Suresh shows genuine concerns...

Jenni Osborne

Dr John is wonderful. He is genuinely caring and kind, and goes above and beyond for his patients. I have recommended Dr John to several women who have all had a positive experience....

Lisa Austin

“Dr John and his staff gave us exceptional care throughout my pregnancy, birth and even post birth. He genuinely cares, is knowledgeable and is very thorough. We are so grateful we chose him”

Sheree Spiteri

“I was very impressed with the standard of professional service and facilities when I went for my appointment with Dr John. I had been in a car accident “

Paige Hilder

“Dr John has looked after my 2 pregnancies and I have found him to be great! He is very thorough, kind and professional. I had to have a c-section and it went better than I could have expected”

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Dr John also manages antenatal patients wanting to deliver at the Angliss Hospital. Dr John has a keen interest in laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery and it’s application in gynaecological surgery for a quicker recovery and has trained extensively in this area.
    Group B Streptococcus bacteria are found in the genital track of some women. (GBS in a sexually transmitted infection). Around 10 to 30% of women in Australis are affected. Normally the bacteria is harmless and these women do not experience any symptoms. However when pregnant, up to 70% of women who gave GBS will pass the bacteria on to their baby during the birth process. For this reason all pregnant women who carry GBS are given antibiotics in labour.
    When you are in labour, you will be offered intravenous antibiotics. The antibiotics will decrease the chances of your baby becoming ill.
    Around 36 weeks of pregnancy your obstetrician, midwife or doctor will ask for a vaginal swab to be taken. You will be informed of the result at your next appointment.
    Only 4 out of 1000 babies will become ill with GBS. This will usually happen within the first 7 days.
    Gestational diabetes is what you get during pregnancy. The hormonal changes in your body during pregnancy can result in high blood glucose (sugar) levels. Your body may not be able to make enough insulin or use it correctly during your pregnancy. This type of diabetes usually goes away after your baby is born. Having gestational diabetes puts you at a greater risk of type 2 diabetes as you get older.Women with gestational diabetes are advised to see a dietitian and a diabetes educator as well as their doctor.