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Maternity Ward

More information about the Maternity Ward :

- Delta Hospital

- Braine-l'Alleud - Waterloo Hospital

- Saint-Anne Saint-Remi Clinic

 

Important message

Due to the health crisis, the last two years have been particularly difficult for all of us. 

However, this period has allowed us to see things differently, to question our habits and to value the essential.

The absence of maternity visits, apart from the partner and siblings, set us thinking. Indeed, we found that this situation was experienced very positively, both by you as young parents, and by us, the care staff.

The smooth transition between pregnancy and birth, taking the time to find yourself, to discover your baby together and to get to know him calmly, being able to rest, giving free rein to your emotions without restraint, allowing caregivers to carry out their tasks and to support you as best as possible, without constraint, are the reasons that motivated us to make the decision to continue limiting visits to the partner and siblings during your stay in the maternity ward.

 

Visiting hours

Faskmask mandatory for anyone in contact with patients and/or circulating within our hospitals and medical centres.

Maternity Ward of the Edith Cavell Clinic

The partner and siblings of the newborn are welcome between 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm.

In a private room, the partner is welcome at any time, day or night.

If you have chosen a 2-bed room, the partner is invited to leave the room by 8:00 pm at the latest.

Neonatal Unit - Edith Cavell

Parents are welcome at the centre 24/7.

Visitors are welcome from 3.00pm to 7.00pm, only with the parents.

NB : two visitors per day

Maternity Ward of the St-Anne St-Remi Clinic

The partner and siblings of the newborn : everyday from 4.00pm to 20pm.

Maternity Ward of the Braine-l'Alleud - Waterloo Hospital
The partner and siblings of the newborn: everyday between 3:00 pm and 7:30pm.