Opening hours and contact information
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Visiting hours, the spouse of the woman who has given birth and the siblings of the baby
In the Gynecology and Obstetrics Inpatient Ward at Hyvinkää Hospital, we treat gynecological patients, pregnant patients, and postpartum families.
The Gynecology and Obstetrics Inpatient Ward has 21 patient beds where we treat gynecological patients, pregnant patients, and postpartum families. Our small and cozy ward provides a warm and peaceful place for childbirth, for getting to know the new family member, as well as for gynecological patients.
In our operations, we follow WHO and UNICEF’s Baby-Friendly Initiative. Our hospital received the Baby-Friendly Hospital certificate in 2015.
After giving birth, our cozy inpatient ward provides the opportunity to have a family room where the parents can get to know their new family member in peace and quiet. In April 2020, we opened a new family room ward on the 1st floor of the hospital. There are 21 patient beds on the ward, and most of the rooms are suitable as family rooms when there is enough vacancy on the ward. Women who have previously given birth, have the opportunity for an outpatient delivery or an early discharge from the hospital. First-time mothers stay on the ward on average 2–3 days, and others for 2 days. Birth by Cesarean section extends the hospital stay slightly. Women who have previously given birth, have the option to be discharged from the hospital in 6–24 hours after giving birth, if everything has gone well. In such a case, a follow-up appointment to the hospital is scheduled in 3–5 days.
The Breastfeeding Clinic
The Breastfeeding Clinic operates in building H of Hyvinkää Hospital in the Pediatric Outpatient Clinic three days a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays). On these days, the nurse will respond to calls and the patient can be invited for an appointment, if necessary.
Our hospital’s Breastfeeding Clinic will provide assistance in various breastfeeding problems, in addition to the help provided by the child health clinic. You can contact us throughout the period you continue breastfeeding. During the breastfeeding period, no referral is required. If you have had special problems with your previous period of nursing and you wish to have proactive help already during your pregnancy, you can contact us during pregnancy. In this case, you need a referral from a public health nurse, for example.