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Is “Rooming in” allowed across all ward classes?

We facilitate and encourage “Rooming In” practice, i.e. a mother can have her baby in her room on a 24-hour basis. The service applies to all ward classes and is free of charge.

Adopting this practice contributes to successful, free and unlimited breastfeeding. In addition, to ongoing mother-baby contact helps build their relationship and establishes their bonding.


Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Do you hold prenatal classes on Breastfeeding?
  2. What if I need help on Breastfeeding after my discharge from the Clinic?
  3. How can I exclusively breastfeed?
  4. What if I need psychological support?
  5. Do I need an escort during night hours?
  6. When should I declare my baby’s birth at the Birth Declaration Office of the Maternity Clinic?
  7. What kind of documents do I need to bring?
  8. What is the discharge procedure?
  9. What else should I bring?
  10. Do you reserve patient rooms?
  11. What are the visiting hours?

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