Greenslopes Maternity is the latest addition to Greenslopes Private Hospital in central Brisbane. Dedicated to delivering a higher standard of care for mothers to be, newborns and the rest of the family, Greenslopes Maternity provides state of the art facilities to each patient.
Utilising a team of multidisciplinary pre and post natal health professionals, the team at Greenslopes Maternity are able to assist you with any concerns or questions you may have, as well as provide the most comprehensive maternity experience, from prenatal classes to postnatal care.
Welcome your precious newborn into the world at Brisbane’s premier maternity hospital and contact Greenslopes Maternity today!
First baby born at Greenslopes Private Hospital
Greenslopes Private Hospital has welcomed the arrival of the first baby ever to be born on site in the 70 year history of the hospital. Baby Mia was born at 8:31am on Tuesday 26 February 2013 to Melissa and husband Michael, who became the first family to experience the Hospital's new maternity service.
Pregnancy, Babies and Children's Expo
This year Greenslopes Maternity was delighted to participate in the Pregnancy, Babies and Children’s Expo at the Brisbane Convention Centre from 21 – 23 June. The Expo is a fantastic opportunity for parents and parents-to-be to learn about new pregnancy and parenting products and services, including Brisbane’s newest maternity service at Greenslopes Private Hospital.
If you have not yet confirmed your obstetrician you can still complete the online booking form for Greenslopes Private Hospital and simply indicate TO BE CONFIRMED in the Obstetrician name field. We recommend you refer to our list of obstetricians on the website and make contact as soon as possible to secure your booking. Once you have confirmed your obstetrician please enter your booking online via the patient portal and update your booking with your obstetrician’s details.
Greenslopes Private Hospital can deliver babies if the pregnancy is 32 weeks or more. Mothers who go into labour prior to 32 weeks will be transferred to the Mater Mothers’ hospital where the baby can be cared for in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
A standard stay for vaginal birth is three to four nights, or four to five nights for a caesarean section.