I will give birth soon
We ask that you contact us in advance of ultrasound or other outpatient appointments if you have symptoms of respiratory disease, other infectious diseases or have an infection in your own household. In this way, we can arrange for your appointment to be carried out in a way that is responsible for infection control.
A partner/companion is most welcome to join, but must meet the same criteria above. It is not recommended that children join the appointment.
You can use entrance 6 when you are going to the fetal medicine clinic (formerly the maternity clinic).
If you have questions in connection with the fact that you are about to give birth (and labor has not started), contact your GP, midwife or emergency room as you would otherwise.
I'm in labour
Contact the maternity ward if you have contractions and need to give birth, or in case of acute problems:
The Admissions Line: 51 51 92 09
We also ask you to let us know if you have symptoms of respiratory disease, other infectious diseases or have an infection in your own household.
In this way, we can arrange for a good and safe birth, and possibly prepare rooms and equipment before you arrive. You will of course receive guidance on arrival if there is a need for it.
Partner/companion during birth
We arrange for the partner/companion to be present.
If you or your partner/companion experience new respiratory symptoms when you give birth, we will be able to offer a PCR rapid test on arrival.
Partner/companion during cesarean section
If you are planning a caesarean section, you can bring your partner/companion with you during the preparation and during the operation.
In some urgent caesarean sections, the partner/companion may not be allowed to be present during the operation. This depends on the degree of urgency of the caesarean section and the type of anesthesia the pregnant woman receives.
I have given birth - the time after
A healthy partner/companion and healthy siblings of the newborn can visit the maternity ward. Unfortunately, the partner cannot stay in the maternity ward, because there is not a single room for everyone.
Partner visit time: 09:00-21:00 every day.
Visiting hours for siblings: 17:00-18:00 on weekdays and 14:00-15:00 on weekends.
Both parents of children in neonatal intensive care 3D can be in the ward.
At the maternity hotel (7I) there is usually enough room for both parents to stay overnight. If there are no available double rooms, the partner can rent single rooms near their mother's room (for the same price as if you had a double room).
Healthy partner who does not live with mother in the hotel can visit. Healthy siblings of the newborn can also come to visit.
Partner visit time: at 09:00-21:00 every day.
Visiting hours for siblings: 17:00-18:00 on weekdays and 14:00-15:00 at weekends.