There are 3 hospitals across the Canberra region offering women greater maternity choices. The Centenary Hospital for Women and Children, Calvary Public Hospital and Queanbeyan District Hospital offer a full range of maternity choices for expectant mothers.
There are many things to consider when you discover you are pregnant including making decisions about what model of maternity care you would like.
Calvary Public Hospital
Calvary Public Hospital offers a range of safe birthing options and is suitable for women with low to moderate risk pregnancy.
Queanbeyan District Hospital
The Queanbeyan District Hospital is a great option for women from South Eastern NSW needing local maternity services. The Maternity Unit deals with low-risk pregnancies. There are 3 birthing suites and 7 postnatal beds, and is staffed with highly skilled nurses, midwives, medical officers, allied health professionals, maternity specialists, registrars and obstetricians.
To find out more about the full range of maternity services at the Queanbeyan District Hospital please call 02 6298 9265.
Centenary Hospital for Women and Children (CHWC)
The Centenary Hospital for Women and Children (CHWC) offers a range of maternity options for care during pregnancy, birth and early parenting. We offer antenatal clinics for routine and high-risk pregnancies, birthing services through our birth suite and birth centre and inpatient antenatal and postnatal care through our inpatient wards. Please call 02 5124 7444 to speak with a midwife about any pregnancy related concerns. For all other enquiries, please call 02 5124 7625.
Consultation on proposed changes to accessing Canberra’s public maternity services
We heard from new parents that it’s not always clear what to do when you first find out that you’re having a baby.
We’re looking to make some changes to make it easier for women to learn about and access Canberra’s public maternity services.
For more information about what’s proposed and to have your say, visit yoursay.act.gov.au.