Opening hours and contact information
Sudden pregnancy-related problemsPhone, Sudden pregnancy-related problems: 050 427 5328
People coming to give birth must always call the midwife before leaving for the hospital. Open 24 hours a day.Phone, People coming to give birth must always call the midwife before leaving for the hospital. Open 24 hours a day.: 050 427 5328
Cancelling an ultrasound screening appointment or via MaisaPhone, Cancelling an ultrasound screening appointment or via Maisa: 019 4587 2349
Secretary. We have a callback.Phone, Secretary. We have a callback.: 019 4587 2269
At the Maternity Outpatient Clinic of Hyvinkää Hospital, we carry out antenatal screenings and examinations related to pregnancy. The expectant mother comes to the outpatient clinic with a referral from a physician or the maternity health clinic nurse.
The first contact with the Maternity Outpatient Clinic is often ultrasound examinations of the early pregnancy, which are carried out at 11+0–13+6 and 20–22 weeks of pregnancy. The maternity health clinic (neuvola) will make the referral to the first ultrasound examination.
The most common reasons for visiting the Maternity Outpatient Clinic include:
- premature contractions
- abnormal presentation (e.g. breech)
- glucose metabolism disorders (gestational diabetes)
- assessment of the method of delivery, due to the previous delivery
- fetal size assessment.
Appointments for antenatal screening with ultrasound examination are made with a referral from the maternity nurse. Antenatal screening is conducted in the Maternity Outpatient Clinic and it is voluntary and free of charge for families. The study consists of two ultrasound examinations and a blood sample at weeks 9-11 of pregnancy.
You can also schedule an appointment for antenatal screening via Maisa. In this case, the nurse will make a referral to the screening and appointment information will be sent to you electronically via Maisa.
In connection with the Maternity Outpatient Clinic, there is a clinic providing treatment for the fear of childbirth as well as appointments available to see a nurse. For first-time mothers, we also offer group appointments where up to four pregnant clients are able to join a group session with a midwife.