Mandurah obstetrician Dr Low dies

Mandurah obstetrician Dr Low dies

MANDURAH obstetrician Dr Yet Chee Low passed away on Saturday, March 23.

Dr Low delivered thousands of babies in his career.

Mandurah Obstetrics Maternity practice manager Janice Tewes said Dr Low was a caring man.

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“He gave his life to others through his love of being a GP Obstetrician,” she said.

“He was highly respected and loved by us all at Mandurah Obstetrics.”

Dr Low was born in Penang in 1946 and had five siblings.

Dr Yet Chee Low.

He gained a passion for medicine after comforting and offering his pyjama shirt to a man who had been hit by a car and was lying on the road.

Dr Low’s biology projects involved sourcing rats and frogs from his village.

In 1967, Dr Low studied medicine in Singapore and met the love of his life, a nurse at the hospital where he was working.

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They migrated to Australia in 1978 and married. Dr Low started working in Kojonup and moved to Wagin.

He moved to Mandurah in 1995 and also worked in Pinjarra and Rockingham.

Dr Low was able to help his siblings out of poverty by finding a better life in Australia.

Dr Low passed away peacefully on Saturday night. He was with his family, including his two grandchildren that he adored.