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Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
Greater Glasgow and Clyde
a large unit
births from Apr 2016 to Apr 2017
Labour rooms available
- Birth pools available
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Having a baby here
During labour and birth
- If you arrive in the early stages of labour
- When you're in established labour you'll be admitted to the labour ward
- Birthing rooms
- 12 labour rooms
- 2 Birth pool(s)
After you've given birth
- Your stay after you've given birth
Contact & visitor information
- After you have given birth you'll be transferred to a bed in the postnatal area
- Hearing problems: Maternity ward tour videos available in BSL. Sign language interpreters available.
- Interpreting service
- Maternity tour video available in other languages and interpreters can be arranged by hospital if you inform them of this requirement.
- Breastfeeding accreditation
- Full accreditation
- Find out about the Baby Friendly accreditation
- Neonatal care
- Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) provides special care for newborn babies in the local area and also for critically ill babies from the surrounding area who need the highest level of nursing and medical care.
- Contact information
- Main hospital number: 0141 201 1100
- How to book once you're pregnant
- Booking phone number: 0140 201 2292
- Visiting information
- Varies for each maternity ward. See page for details. http://www.nhsggc.org.uk/content/default.asp?page=s762&loc_id=20
- Car parking for women in labour
- Drop-off point for 20 mins. Main car park is at a distance so it is best to drop off and then park.
- drop off outside entrance maximum 20 minutes stay
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