Time to rest and to get to know your baby
The lying-in period is a wonderful time. Use those first few days of peace and quiet to get to know your baby and the new family situation. You will not be the first new mother who suddenly experience a flood of new emotions and doubts. Moreover, having a baby is hard labor and your body can certainly used some extra rest.
In The Birthing Clinic you can stay durting the maternity period and enjoy our 24/7 maternity care with medical help within a 2 minutes distance.
We offer an warm and friendly environment with personal 24-hour care of experts to ensure you will an as pleasant experience as possible. Unfortunately, it is not possible to make a reservation. A birth cannot, of course, be planned! Every room has its:
- own bathroom,
- flatscreen television,
- internet connection,
- free iPad for rent
- tea and coffee machine
- room service.
The Birthing clinic of The Hague has been set up to provide women and their partners optimal care and guidance. There is the possibility for the partner (or guest) to spend the night (no extra costs) and there is a special area to receive visitors and where children can play.
We are there for you, 24/7
With us, at the Birthing Clinic, you can peacefully recover and get used to motherhood. Maternity nurses are available 24 hours a day to help you with all your questions concerning the baby, care and feeding and your own recovery. Enjoy the fact that, for now, there are no worries about housekeeping, visitors, mealtimes or shopping. As far as your visitors are concerned, we supply the rusks with aniseed comfits (beschuit met muisjes) as well as the coffee and tea. The only thing you and your partner need to be concerned about is getting your rest and enjoying your baby.
It is up to you to decide when you want visitors. There are, however, rest periods in the department and we urgently ask you to take these into account, in the interest of mother and child:
- from 12.30 to 2.30 pm
- after 8.00 pm
Naturally, these times can be adjusted – with permission — if you have just delivered your baby. Please discuss this with the maternity nurse.