Is UCLH good for maternity?
Over 6,000 babies are born each year in the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Wing at University College Hospital. We are proud of our maternity services which offer the very best care for women and their babies. There are many reasons to have your baby at UCLH.
What’s the difference between a birth centre and Labour Ward?
Birth centres can be alongside but separate from a hospital labour ward. They can also be in a different place completely so they’re freestanding. Birth centres don’t have obstetric, neonatal or anaesthetic care on the premises. As with labour wards, all midwife-led units are different.
Are there private rooms at UCLH?
Private rooms for your precious first days Your room will include all the hotel extras you should expect, including a mini fridge, safe, television and free wifi.
What does UCL Hospital Specialise in?
UCLH specialises in women’s health and the treatment of cancer, cardiac, infection, neurological, gastrointestinal and oral disease. In 2010 the Trust was chosen to be one of eight hyper-acute stroke units (HASUs) in London.
What is the UCLH birthing centre?
The Birthing Centre is our midwifery lead unit where you can give birth in a calm, comfortable and private environment. UCLH offers and supports home birth for women with a low risk pregnancy that is not complicated by medical or obstetric concerns.
When can I use the birthing centre?
You can use the Birthing Centre from the start of your 37th week of pregnancy up to 41 weeks +6 days. The Birthing Centre is located on the 3 rd floor of the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson (EGA) Wing. This is one floor above the Labour Ward.
Can I have a home birth at UCLH?
UCLH offers and supports home birth for women with a low risk pregnancy that is not complicated by medical or obstetric concerns. However, if you decide against a home birth we recommend that you plan to give birth on the Birthing Centre if you have no medical conditions and your pregnancy is uncomplicated.
Is UCLH Euston a five star hospital?
This is a five star hospital. University College Hospital has not yet replied. The staff at UCLH Euston Road, Tower, 8th Floor North were very professional, caring and friendly.