For the expectant Mom
The fully renovated delivery rooms as well as the nursing rooms have been designed with the aim of creating the best birth experience . Combining aesthetics with modern technological equipment, they are the ideal environment for the sweetest moment of your life.
The delivery rooms are located on the 1st floor of the clinic. Our midwives will welcome you and will be by your side during the delivery. Your partner can accompany you to the labour -delivery room. The attendant must follow the instructions of the staff, the attending physician and the Clinic’s regulations. A specialist neonatologist attends the delivery and monitors your baby daily.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF and other internationally recognised scientific organisations, exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months, followed by continued breastfeeding for at least two years, combined with the addition of nutritious solid foods, is the key to future health with benefits for the family, society and the economy.
Our goal is from the moment a baby is born, and until is discharged, to educate and familiarize the new mother with breastfeeding, so that she understands its benefits and in order to be aware of the procedure.
Maternity hospital bag
As soon as you are at the final stage of your pregnancy, it is advisable to prepare your maternity bag. Indicatively, and depending on your personal needs, you should have with you:
- Nightgown or pajamas. They should be comfortable and open at the chest to help with breastfeeding
- Breastfeeding bra and underwear (optional disposable)
- Personal hygiene items: (toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, etc.)
- For your baby, you will only need the clothes. Don’t forget when he/she will be discharged from the clinic Don’t forget to bring the necessary documents for your admission.
Our staff will take care of your baby, while training you so you can meet your new responsibilities.
Photography of the baby
Your baby’s first photos are taken in the baby ward. If you do not wish to have their picture taken, please state this on admission or to the head nurse.
You will be admitted to the Department of Reception. When you are admitted, you will be asked to provide information such as: name, occupation, home address, telephone number, marital status, Social Security Number and Insurance Institution, as well as your Identity Card.
In addition, in the case of childbirth, you must provide the following:
- Identity cards or passports of both parents
- Marriage certificate or civil partnership certificate of the parents with a date of issue within the last six months
- Family Status Certificate issued within the last six months
- IBAN of the mother for the childbirth allowance
- In cases where there is no marriage or civil partnership between the parents of the newborn child, a Family Status Certificate of the mother is required.
You will also be asked to choose a hospital room. Our clinic has six (6) inpatient beds.
- Quadruple room
- Double economic
- Double with a person accompanying the patient
- Single room
Then, depending on the reason for your admission, we will guide you to the relevant part of the clinic (delivery room, operating room, nursing floor). We recommend that you leave your valuables at home. Otherwise, please hand them over to the person accompanying you on admission.
Your doctor and paediatrician will let you know when you can leave the clinic. Usually, your length of stay is three (3) days. On the day of your discharge, contact the Patient Admission Office to check your bill. The floor supervisor will inform you of the check-out procedure. Your bill may be paid, by cash, bank check or any other electronic transaction. From the Patient Admission Office and once your account has been paid, you will receive all legal documents and your discharge certificate.
The Patient Admission Office is open daily, except weekends and holidays, from 7:30 to 15:00. If your day of departure is a weekend or holiday, your bill must be paid on the next working day.
At the time of your departure you must have received the following:
- Your child’s health booklet
- The legal documents for the provision of services
- Your discharge note
Declaration of the birth of a child
Your baby’s birth declaration is done digitally, at the Patient Admission Office At the end of this document you will find detailed instructions in pdf format, as set out by the Department for Digital Government.