Hyvinkää Hospital
Sairaalankatu 1
FI-05850 Hyvinkää

Other contact details:
Chief physician chief physician Maija Jakobsson 
Chief of Ward Group Eerika Tausa
Head nurse Soile Kivijärvi 

Note! Due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic visits are not allowed. One support person for an obstetric patient is allowed to join a normal childbirth delivery once labor has begun. It is not allowed to left the delivery room. The support person cannot be involved in the initial phase of childbirth, caesarean section or in the maternity wards after childbirth.
If you are about to give birth and you have either a suspected or confirmed coronavirus infection, or symptoms of a respiratory infection, please call us t. 050 4275 328 before you arrive to the hospital. Suspected or confirmed coronavirus infections and other symptoms of family members or other close relationships should also be reported. During coronavirus epidemic, you can not come to the hospital without prior notice.
Visiting hours:
The baby’s father and siblings can visit the ward between 8.30 a.m. and 8.30 p.m. For other visitors, the visiting hours are 6.00 to 7.00 p.m. With regard to gynaecological patients, the general visiting hours of the hospital apply: from 1.00 to 7.00 p.m.

Introduction of the unit
The Delivery and Labour Unit includes the Maternity Outpatient Clinic, delivery rooms and the inpatient ward. The Delivery and Labour Unit is always open. The goal of nursing is to provide a safe and individual birthing experience for the mother and the family.

Brest Feeding Clinic
The clinic operates three days a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) in connection with the gynaecological diseases and delivery and labour ward and offers support for breast feeding problems. If you wish to have anticipatory help for breast feeding problems during pregnancy, you need a referral from a community health nurse.

If you are already breast feeding, you only need to call for an appointment.

Counselling and appointment booking during the above-mentioned days from 12.00 to 1.00 p.m. tel. 019 4587 2717.