Facilities and rooms
Calvary Lenah Valley Hospital is one of the best equipped Maternity Units in Tasmania with a level 2 special care nursery, and 24 hour onsite Doctor giving you peace of mind that you and your baby will have the very best care.
Our birthing suites are designed with an emphasis on comfort, and give you a relaxing, safe, comfortable environment in which to have your baby.
We actively encourage your partner and/or support person to be involved in your care throughout your pregnancy, during labour and beyond. Your room features a double bed and partners stay free.
- Spacious private room
- Double bed
- Ensuite with baby bath
- Snacks available 24hrs
- Breastfeeding chair
- Portable bassinet
- Baby change facility
- Nappies, wipes & linen
- Baby clothing provided
- Air conditioned
- Windows that open
- Spacious gardens
- Satellite television
- Baby education channel
We want to ensure your stay with Calvary (Hospital name) is as comfortable as possible. All of our accommodation is spacious enough for partners to have an overnight stay.
Calvary Lenah Valley’s birthing suites include:
- Private rooms with ensuite bathrooms
- Contemporary, comfortable décor
- Options for fit balls, walking mats, kneeling mats, heat packs, double headed showers and baths
- Flatscreen TV
- Central air conditioning
- Spectacular views of the Mount Wellington and local Surrounds
- 1:1 midwifery care throughout your labour
- State of the art equipment to ensure the safety of both mother and baby
At Calvary Health Care Lenah Valley we have a Level 2 Special Care Nursery that can care for newborns from 34 weeks gestation.
We have a team of highly skilled professionals, committed to providing the best care and outcome for your baby. We provide 24 hour care by expert paediatricians and our team of highly skilled midwives.
Our paediatricians will visit your baby everyday, and they are on call 24 hours a day if required. Our special care nursery is located right next door to our 5 delivery suites and is fully equipped with specailised medical equipment.
If your baby requires more intensive care, we are fully equipped to stabilize your baby prior to transport to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Transfer support is provided by the Newborn Emergency Transport Service, from the Royal Hobart Hospital, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Once your baby’s condition improves, we encourage transfer back to our unit, until your baby is ready for discharge home. The Unit is also a step down facility for baby’s born elsewhere who no longer require intensive care nursing and are not yet ready for discharge.
Maternity Unit Virtual Tour
Bookings and Care Options
Contact the Maternity and Women’s Health Unit on 03 6278 5328 to make an appointment for a pre-admission meeting with a midwife and to book your parent education classes.