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Having a baby at Joondalup Health Campus

The birth of a baby is one of the truly special moments in your life.

Woman holding a sleeping newborn baby while a midwife looks on.That's why at the maternity ward of Joondalup Health Campus, we go out of our way to make this a special time for you and your baby.

At this time you need to feel confident you're in good hands.

The vast training and experience of our doctors and midwives is supported by well-equipped facilities.

These include our:

  • 24-hour on-site laboratory service
  • adult intensive care facilities
  • 24-hour anaesthetic, medical and surgical cover in the case of an emergency.

Joondalup Health Campus was Western Australia's first hospital accredited under the Baby Friendly Health Initiative. Hospitals with this accreditation have demonstrated the highest standard of breastfeeding care for mothers and their babies.

We recognise that women have the right to adequate advice, support, encouragement and counselling to successfully breastfeed.

Joondalup Health Campus provides maternity care to women living within the following postcodes:

  • 6020
  • 6023-6028
  • 6030-6038
  • 6041-6044
  • 6064-6065
  • 6077-6078
  • 6503
  • 6507
  • 6511
  • 6516
  • 6521.

Support

Support is available for patients through:

  • antenatal classes
  • special care nursery
  • obstetric home visiting service.

Additional services

If required, Joondalup Health Campus can provide:

  • lactation consultant
  • physiotherapist
  • pastoral care
  • postnatal depression and anxiety services.

More information

Joondalup Health Campus (external site)
Phone: 9400 9400
Address: Corner of Grand Boulevard and Shenton Avenue, Joondalup WA 6027
Acknowledgements
Women and Newborn Health Service

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