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The multidisciplinary centres

Delta Maternity ward

A modern maternity unit, bathed in light, in line with the evolution of medicine and the aspirations of the mothers.

All pregnancy and birth-related services are located on the 2nd floor to ensure optimal care for the mothers and their babies.

To discover the 1ste images of our maternity unit, click here.

  

More information below.

Our specialists and paramedics

 

Pre-natal follow-up provided by our midwives

'Meeting' Consultations

Midwives offer you the following care support for the birth of your child:

  • a warm listening and information space,
  • an uptime, individualised and attentive presence,
  • a qualified team to answer your questions,
  • a support to your pregnancy, birth and your return home,
  • a place to talk about previous difficult childbirth experiences.

The duration of these meetings is one hour.

Pre-natal appointments

The midwife works in close collaboration with your gynaecologist.

She monitors your pregnancy both from the medical point of view (checking of parameters, ...) and in terms of preparing for the birth (advice on various subjects, answers to your questions, ...)

Making an appointment

If you want to see a midwife for a 'meeting' or a pre-natal consultation at the Edith Cavell Medical Centre or at the Delta Hospital, please make an appointment by calling: 02/434.81.12.

You can also see a midwife at the Europe-Lambermont Medical Centre (located in Schaerbeek) - T : 02/434.24.11.

Smoking cessation consultations

An appointment with a midwife to help you quit smoking is intented to provide clear information, with a caring outlook, for the mother-to-be and/or for the couple who are wondering about the effects of smoking during pregnancy.

If you wish, we can help you quit smoking in a way that is tailored to your wishes as a mother-to-be/parent(s)-to-be.

These consultations (only available in French at the moment) only take place the Delta Hospital, by appointment 02/434.81.00 .

Post-natal follow-up

As part of the ministerial policy to shorten the period spent in the maternity ward, our teams are continuing to use their best endeavours to guarantee the best possible transition between hospital and home, with midwives from the hospital providing follow-up care at home.

Post-natal and breastfeeding consultations - To make an appointment

To make an appointment with a midwife or one of our beastfeeding consultants, at the Edith Cavell Medical Centre or at the Delta Hospital, or if you would prefer some home care, please call us on 02/434.17.50 (Monday-Friday: 9.00 am - 3.00 pm).

NEW: a delivery room 'just like being at home'

A major innovation is the opening of a delivery room where you give birth rather like you would do if you were at home!

Patients who can use this service will be selected based on several criteria:

  • Patients who are not suffering from any pathologies.
  • Who are not receiving any treatment at the time of giving birth.
  • Often, these are patients who are being seen by a midwife.

If the slightest problem arises, this room is directly linked to the standard delivery room, and the patient can be transferred there immediately.

 

Obstetrical physiotherapy sessions at the Delta Hospital

Those sessions will take place on the 1st floor of the Delta Hospital, Wing C - Waiting room C4.

On Thursdays at 1.00 PM: Pre-natal gymnastics

Every week, a physiotherapist specialized in obstetrics will give a 60-minute course.

Registration is by appointment only: 02/434.81.07.

Recommendations:

  • Comfortable clothing, socks (shoes have to be removed in the room)
  • A changing room with lockers is at your disposal.
  • 
Payment: 16 €/class (please bring the exact amount). A cash machine is at your disposal on the ground floor of the hospital.

On Thursdays at 2.00 PM: Pre-natal gymnastics

Every week, a physiotherapist specialized in obstetrics will give a 60-minute course.

Registration is by appointment only: 02/434.81.07.

Recommendations:

  • Comfortable clothing, socks (shoes have to be removed in the room)
  • A changing room with lockers is at your disposal.
  • Your babies can come with you, but remain under your responsibility.
  • 
Payment: 16 €/cours (please bring the exact amount). A cash machine is at your disposal on the ground floor of the hospital.

You can start these classes after the first visit to your gynaecologist (4 to 6 weeks after the birth).

 

Planning of the information sessions

Information sessions about the maternity unitbreastfeeding, and pain management during childbirth are held regularly at the Delta Hospital.

Meeting point: Main entrance hall of the hospital - near the lifts and the Admissions Department.

As the number of places is momentarily limited, may we ask to register via one of the links mentioned below. Thank you.

Maternity UnitBreastfeeding
March 2019

25 March - 8:00 PM

Registration via this link