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COVID-19 Change to Maternity services information

Visitor numbers have been restricted in the Maternity Unit. Two support people will be permitted in the birth suite. One regular support person (such as a partner) will be allowed in the inpatient unit.  Unfortunately, no children will be permitted to visit either the birth suite or the maternity inpatient unit. Everyone entering the Maternity Unit needs to thoroughly clean their hands at the ward entrance. Thank you for your understanding as we protect the safety of all our patients and your precious babies.

Maternity

Gold Coast Health provides a variety of specialist services to help with every stage of your pregnancy and birth of your baby.

Feeding babies for women isolated and quarantined

Information in relation to COVID-19 for breastfeeding mothers.


Pregnancy

Our team of skilled health professionals are dedicated to providing outstanding care, compassion and understanding.


Birthing options

Find out more about the options available to you for your birth.


After you have your baby

Gold Coast Health provides a number of postnatal (after birth) care services to help you in the initial days and weeks after the birth of your baby.


Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

We understand that preparing for the birth of your baby will be an extremely exciting time, however you may also be nervous and have questions.


Maternity services

The full list of maternity services offered by Gold Coast Health.



Last updated 24 Mar 2020