Caring for you

Different types of care

Midwifery group practice is for public patients with a low-risk pregnancy. Mums have a dedicated midwife throughout their pregnancy and for the birth and then early discharge back home, within 4-6 hours for a vaginal birth.

Midwifery-led care is for public patients with a low risk-pregnancy. Care is provided by midwives in our antenatal clinic and midwives deliver the baby. Mums share a room and have access to midwives in the home up until 14 days after delivering baby.

Private obstetric care is for private patients who want to choose their obstetrician. Pregnancy care is provided from the obstetrician's rooms, many of which are located within Northern Beaches Hospital. Mums have a guaranteed private room and partners can stay overnight. Delivery is by the chosen obstetrician and care after birth is guided by the obstetrician.

CHOOSE YOUR OBSTETRICIAN HERE.

Public obstetric care is for public patients with a high-risk pregnancy. Care is provided by an obstetrician and midwives in our antenatal clinic. Delivery is by midwife or obstetrician and mums share a room. They have access to midwives in the home up until 14 days after delivering baby.

GP shared care is for public patients and care is provided by mum's GP and midwives in our antenatal clinic. Midwives deliver the baby and mums share a room. They have access to midwives in the home up until 14 days after delivering baby.

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