Sue Jacobs is an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and the Mater Hospital, Sydney, working in both the public and private sectors. She has longstanding interest in high risk obstetrics, indigenous women’s health and substance use in pregnancy. Since 1995 Sue has done a weekly specialist Gynaecology clinic at the Aboriginal Medical Service, Redfern. She particularly enjoys providing high quality specialist care to women who may not access it otherwise. Sue partakes in a weekly public antenatal clinic at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, where she sees women with substance use in pregnancy, women with multiple pregnancies and pregnant ATSI women (if requested by the Aboriginal Liason midwife). Sue is keen to see options for childbirth for women expanded to cater for a wide range of needs and preferences, within a framework which maintains safety of childbirth for women and babies.