Maternity Outpatient Clinic

Street address
Jorvi Hospital, 7th floor
Turuntie 150, Espoo

Mailing address
PO Box 800, 00029 HUS
Contact information

Maternity Outpatient Clinic: 09 471 83201, telephone hours on weekdays between 9:00-15:00.

Ward secretary: 09 471 82101
Fax: 09 471 85916

Open on weekdays between 7:30–15:15. The outpatient clinic functions as a teaching unit for students in different stages of medical and healthcare studies.

The Maternity Outpatient Clinic monitors risk pregnancies. Appointments are scheduled on referral only. A patient can be referred to the clinic by a maternity health clinic physician, public health nurse, or a private practitioner. On basis of the referral, a physician at the Maternity Outpatient Clinic will assess the need for treatment and its urgency. The customer will be notified of a scheduled appointment by letter or by telephone. Customers only need to schedule appointments themselves for late term pregnancy follow-ups (gestational weeks 41+5).

Some Jorvi Maternity Clinic Appointments are held at the Iso Omena Child Health Clinic, on the 3rd floor of the Service Centre.

An invitation letter to the first term ultrasound scan will be sent based on the background information received from the maternity health clinic. Ultrasound screenings are performed on Bulevardi in Helsinki, HUS Prenatal Screening Unit.

Maternity Outpatient Clinic appointments are held on the first floor; enter via the entrance for women in labor. Please register by using a self-registration kiosk located in the lobby of the outpatient clinic.


• Obstetrician's appointment
• Midwife’s appointment
• Patients with fear of childbirth
• Patients with gestational diabetes
• Patients with substance abuse problems


Let’s take care of the patients together 

You are not allowed to come to our clinic if you have symptoms of an infection or have been exposed to the coronavirus (COVID-19). If you are healthy you can come to your appointment. One healthy support person / spouse is allowed to join the appointment. Wash your hands carefully with soap and use hand disinfectant before or immediately after you enter the clinic.​


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