Having a baby at Armadale-Kelmscott Memorial Hospital
Armadale Health Service provides ongoing care and support for low to medium risk obstetric patients throughout their pregnancy.
You and your partner will receive an excellent standard of care from our team of midwives, GP obstetricians and specialists.
Specialist obstetric cover is available 24-hours a day if your pregnancy is considered increased risk.
The hospital delivers more than 1400 babies each year through the Maud Bellas maternity unit and the Galliers Wing maternity ward, Bickley.
While you may be admitted to either unit, Maud Bellas predominantly manages public patients while Bickley is mostly used by women admitted under their own GP.
Armadale-Kelmscott Memorial Hospital provides maternity care to women living within the following postcodes:
The Maud Bellas maternity unit has:
- 4 birth suites
- 23 postnatal care beds.
The Bickley maternity ward has:
- 3 birth suites
- 12 postnatal beds.
Services and features
Services and features at Armadale-Kelmscott Memorial Hospital include:
- antenatal clinic
- GP shared care
- Midwifery Group Practice – care by a known midwife
- visiting midwifery service
- self-referral for patients
- Boodjari Yorgas Antenatal Clinic for local Aboriginal women.
Midwifery Group Practice is available to women within the Armadale area that are less than 32 weeks pregnant. For more information contact the clinic by email, call 9495 4500 or ask your midwife at your next antenatal appointment to refer you to the program.
Tours of delivery rooms and maternity wards are held every Saturday at 5.00pm. Please arrive 10 minutes before the tour starts.
No booking required.
Armadale-Kelmscott Memorial Hospital (external site)
Phone: 9391 2000
Email (general enquiries): email@example.com
Address: 3056 Albany Highway, Armadale WA 6112
Women and Newborn Health Service
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