Patient-centric care, spacious room options and even free gifts for new mums!
We hear mothers-to-be in Hong Kong ask one question all the time (and rightfully so!): where should they deliver their baby? Deciding where you choose to deliver your bundle of joy is a big decision. You want somewhere that – first and foremost – will make you comfortable and put you and your baby first. But you also want to do all this without breaking the bank. That’s why Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital is at the top of our list!
Not only does Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital house state of the art technology to make your stay safe and sound, its patient care and personal touches will make your stay extra special. Every mother should feel her new babe is being cared for, and we’re sure you’ll have complete peace of mind as Gleneagles implements a super safe 24-hour baby security system. Its high-tech facilities such as resuscitators and centralised surveillance of cardiotocography means all mothers and foetuses in the Labour and delivery room will be remotely monitored by nurses in real-time.
If that doesn’t already make you feel like you’re in safe hands, there are several room options for your stay including comfortable family suites, private and semi-private rooms (which only include one bed!) so you get to bond with your little cherub in the comfort of your own room.
And because you 100% deserve some TLC after labour (never mind the nine months it took to get to this moment), Gleneagles even has a selection of free gifts for you (like we said, you really do deserve it!) including door-to-door transportation home at discharge, free confinement tea sets, and the first 100 babies birthed will receive a complementary pharmacogenetics test. Booking in at Gleneagles seems like the easy choice for your delivery…the hard part comes with learning how to be a mama!
Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital, 1 Nam Fung Path, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, Obstetrics service hotline 3153-9303 or 3153-9306, www.gleneagles.hk
Brought to you in partnership with Gleneagles.