Albury Wodonga Health

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Albury Hospital (02) 6058 4444
Wodonga Hospital (02) 6051 7111

Services

Women and Children's Services

The AWH Wodonga Hospital Maternity Unit has 1600 - 1700 births annually. The unit comprises of six fully equipped Birthing Suites, 30 dedicated maternity and gynaecology beds, a 14 bed Level 2 Special Care Nursery and a Midwife Care Program. A contemporary Parent’s and Babies Service provides parenting support to parents after discharge. 

The Maternity Unit in 201/13 had a record number of births with 1723 births. There is on average 135 babies born each month at AWH, Wodonga Hospital. The Special Care Nursery (SCN) has up to 470 admissions annually and there are140 Midwives and Nursing staff providing maternity care for mothers and their baby's.

Medical staff including Obstetricians, Paediatricians and General Practitioners that are specifically trained in the care of women during pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period provide care and support to the women who birth at AWH, Wodonga Hospital. Women come from a wide catchment area that includes 7 local government areas across southern NSW and northeast Victoria.

The Ronald McDonald Room provides accommodation for parents with a baby in SCN and the Parents and Baby Service at Albury Wodonga Health provides a range of support services for families and their babies after discharge from hospital.

There is a range of services to support women and their families through pregnancy, birthing and following birth of baby and they include:

  • Booking Clinic
  • Midwife Care Clinic
  • Young Mums’ at Gateway Midwife Care Clinic
  • Antenatal Clinic
  • Antenatal Education
  • Fit for Birth Classes
  • Domiciliary Care
  • Breastfeeding Support Service
  • Neonate Hospital In The Home
  • Parents and Babies Service

Parents and Baby Service

The Parent’s and Babies Service at Albury Wodonga Health provides parenting support services for families with infants aged 0-9 months. Referral can be by a health provider or by self referral. more

Maternity and Newborn Services

Having a Baby at - AWH Maternity Care Patient Information Booklet (PDF) provides appropriate information for women related to pregnancy care, what to bring to hospital and information that will help you prepare for your hospital stay. more

Parents and Baby Service

The Parent’s and Babies Service at Albury Wodonga Health provides parenting support services for families with infants aged 0-9 months. Referral can be by a health provider or by self referral.
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Maternity and Newborn Services

Having a Baby at - AWH Maternity Care Patient Information Booklet (PDF) Link Booking In to the Hospital to have your baby Women are requested to attend the Maternity Unit at Wodonga Hospital for a booking-in visit prior to 16 weeks of pregnancy.
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Paediatric Services and Children's Ward

Albury Wodonga Health, Albury Hospital's Children’s Ward is a vibrant, 16-bed general paediatric unit caring for infants, children and adolescents with a variety of medical and surgical conditions.
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Special Care Nursery

Albury Wodonga Health, Wodonga Hospital's Special Care Nursery (SCN) is a 9 -14 cot, Level 2 high dependency. The Special Care Nursery has a team of highly skilled specialist medical and nursing staff who provide care for neonates and their families.
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Diet and Pregnancy

Steady weight gain during pregnancy is normal and improtant for the health of the mother and baby. However, it is important not to gain too much weight.
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Ronald McDonald Family Room

Ronald McDonald Family Room Wodonga becomes a 'home away from home' for families who have a sick or premature baby in the Special Care Nursery at Wodonga Hospital.
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