Our stylish and modern Delivery Suites cater for antenatal assessments right through to your labour and birth of your baby.
Each delivery suite is spacious, private, comfortable and equipped with the most sophisticated technology, designed to cater to every individual birthing choice.
Our features include:
- Neonatal resuscitation cots
- Central fetal monitoring system
- Ensuite with bath and shower
- Day beds
- Flat screen TV
- Panoramic views
- Free Wi-Fi
Delivery Suite is a restricted visiting area. You may have 2 support people only. Please be advised that those 2 support people are not interchangeable and visitors will not be granted access, during your time in Delivery Suite.
Operating Theatre Complex
Our brand new state of the art operating theatre complex, consist of 8 fully integrated operating theatres that support our Delivery Suites, for the safe arrival of your baby.
Intensive Care Unit
Our brand new state of the art 7 bed Intensive Care Unit, supports our Maternity Unit, for the specialised and critical care of our mums, should the need arise.
Special Care Nursery
Our Special Care Nursery is a 10 cot, level 2 nursery. Licenced to cater to all your newborns special and individualised needs, if the situation presents.
Babies who require higher levels of care (tertiary hospital, level 3 nursery) are stabilised in our nursery, then transferred to a tertiary nursery with NETS (NSW Newborn Emergency transport Service). Our babies are able to be transferred back to our nursery as soon as they graduate to level 2 care.
Each cot is spacious and private and well equipped with modern technology to cater for your newborns special needs. Parents and family are able to visit their newborn in our comfortable and light filled nursery.
As Special Care Nursery babies are vulnerable to infection, it is important to reduce this risk. Hands carry bacteria (germs) on the skin. Bacteria are found on every surface you touch and can cause an infection in newborn babies, especially sick babies as their defence systems for fighting infection are not fully developed. All visitors are asked to wash their hands on entry to the nursery.
We also request that your visitors limit touching/handling of your baby. Unwell babies need as much rest as possible. Over handling can use up precious energy.