Maternity Visiting Hours

COVID-19 UPDATE: STRICT MEASURES ARE NOW IN PLACE

If you or anyone you know, plan on visiting Hurstville Private Hospital, please note that there are now heavy restrictions in place regarding who is permitted in the hospital and when.

Our maternity unit has visitor restrictions in the interest of you and your baby’s safety

Therefore we are currently only permitting the partner of mothers and baby to visit our Maternity Unit.

All other family members and friends are now NOT permitted to visit the Maternity Unit.

For security reasons, our hospital is locked at 8pm with no access allowed for anyone.

Partners visiting information

COVID-19 UPDATE: STRICT MEASURES ARE NOW IN PLACE

Please note all partners are subjected to COVID-19 screening on arrival to the hospital

  • Partners are subjected to COVID-19 screening on arrival to the hospital, and if they are clear, will be given visitors access.
  • Partners will be asked to leave the hospital, if displaying any signs or symptoms of temperature, sore throat, or any other COVID-19 symptoms as per Health Department guidelines.
  • Partners are still welcome to stay overnight, subject to COVID-19 screening results.
  • Partners have been requested to minimise their movement in and out of the unit to decrease everyone’s likelihood of exposure to COVID-19.
  • For security reasons, our hospital is locked at 8pm and no access is permitted.

Please do not visit if you are unwell

COVID-19 UPDATE: STRICT MEASURES ARE NOW IN PLACE

For their own comfort and that of other patients, visitors should refrain from visiting patients in hospital if they are not well.

  • Partners are subjected to COVID-19 screening on arrival to the hospital, and if they are clear, will be given visitors access.
  • Partners will be asked to leave the hospital, if displaying any signs or symptoms of temperature, sore throat, or any other COVID-19 symptoms as per Health Department guidelines.

Hand washing

COVID-19 UPDATE: STRICT MEASURES ARE NOW IN PLACE

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 partner limits touching/handling of your baby. Unwell babies need as much rest as possible. Over handling can use up precious energy.

Children currently not permitted to visit

COVID-19 UPDATE: STRICT MEASURES ARE NOW IN PLACE

Due to strict measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, children are currently not permitted into the Maternity Unit. We will advise when this ban will be lifted.

Parking and Directions

Hurstville Private Hospital is located at:

37 Gloucester Road,
Hurstville NSW 2220

Parking

Hurstville Private provides patients and their loved ones with both paid and free parking.

Paid parking is located directly under the hospital, with access on Millet Street.

Free parking is available in all surrounding streets. Please be aware that street parking directly surrounding the hospital, on Gloucester Road and Ruby Street, is currently marked at 2 hours free parking. These parking bays are closely monitored by council officers.

 

Public Transport

Hurstville Private is closely located to Hurstville Railway Station and is approximately a 10 minute walk to the hospital.

Regular bus services operate from Hurstville Interchange (Barratt Street Hurstville). You may find it useful to visit www.131500.com.au or to call the Transport Information line on 131500 to plan your trip.

Other important information

Pharmacy
Slade pharmacy is located on level 1.

Café
Hudsons café is located on ground floor, by the main entrance, with both indoors and outside seating.

Smoking
Hurstville Private is a smoke free zone. Smoking is not permitted in the building or on hospital grounds.

Mobile Phones
Mobile phones should be switched off in our Special Care Nursery, as they may interfere with vital medical equipment in use.