Useful information for your stay with us
The Admissions room of the hospital is open 24 h/day, 7 days a week.
Information - all information about the medical condition is provided by:
- The gynaecologist who performs the morning visit (about the baby), and the neonatologist, a doctor, who performs the examination before discharge. Please ask any questions you may have, so that the doctor can answer them for you.
- The leading doctor for a given period: deputy head of the ward
- The head of the ward
No one staying at the hospital can take any medication without the doctor's approval. On the day of admission, any medicaments that are taken for the treatment of concomitant chronic diseases must be handed over in their original packaging, along with the leading doctor's recommendation about the dosage, to an employee at the reception.
Day plan for the ward
Each day on the ward is organised according to a schedule. For safety reasons, please inform the nurse each time you need to leave the ward. You should obtain a full discharge report for yourself and your child before leaving the hospital, and deliver a statement on your choice of day-care clinic and midwife.
Visiting the hospital is possible every day, 24 h/day. However, given the specificity of the therapeutic process, we recommend the following visiting hours:
- Neonatology Ward 12.00-15.00,
- Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ward, Pregnancy Pathology Ward 11.00-19.00
Due to space limitations, you can be visited by no more than one person at a time. Due to the possibility of transferring childhood diseases that pose a threat to all pregnant patients and newborns, visitors should not bring children under the age of 14 to the ward. People suffering from an infection should avoid visiting.
Meal times: breakfast 7.00 - 8.00, lunch 12.45 - 13.30, dinner: 17.00 - 18.00
Each ward is equipped with a kitchen unit for use by all patients, and includes an electric kettle, microwave oven and refrigerator. If you bring your own food, please keep it in small quantities, enough for 1-2 days, in a signed box in the refrigerator for ward patients.
Psychologist: everyone staying at our hospital has the right to receive psychological assistance. If you are interested in receiving psychological assistance, please inform the nurse.
Lactation/feeding. Every patient can ask for the assistance of a lactation consultant. In our hospital, all our nurses and midwives are certified lactation consultants. In the case of major difficulties in feeding a newborn, a midwife will ask a lactation consultant to assist you at your request.
Lockers. Please hand valuable items over to your family members. The hospital does have safety deposit lockers for anyone who wishes to store their valuables there. For further information, please contact a nurse.
TV: patients' rooms are equipped with TVs. They can be used free of charge.
Wi-Fi: the hospital has free Wi-Fi access. The password can be found in every patients' room.
Pastoral care: the hospital has a Roman-Catholic chapel, where holy masses are held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7.00, on Tuesdays and Thursdays and Fridays at 16.00, and on Sundays and holidays at 8.45
Other religions: if you are not a Roman-Catholic, contact information for representatives of other confessions is available in the nurses' room. If you wish to use them, please inform a nurse.
Discharge: information cards, personal documents and necessary certificates should be collected from the hospital reception at the Admissions, between 13.30 and 15:30 on workdays. At the weekend and on holidays, discharge formalities take place in the wards during the afternoon.
Stork package: together with the dischargedocuments, each mum receives a small gift from our hospital.
Satisfaction survey: we encourage everyone to give us feedback on their stay at the hospital. A doctor will give you a survey to fill in during your day of discharge. Please put it in the box located at the reception or on the ward.