maternity hospital

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ma·ter·ni·ty hos·pi·tal

a special hospital for the care of women in childbirth.
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Local MSP Pauline McNeill said: "They will take the maternity services away from the Queen Mother's Maternity Hospital over my dead body.
He added: "I spoke in a public forum in relation to it, I spoke to the media and was encouraged by the National Maternity Hospital to address their concern in relation to the governance structures that were being discussed at the time with St Vincent's Healthcare."
No deliveries took place at Sitra Maternity Hospital and Riffa Maternity Hospital, a record in many years.
Presently, there are only two anesthesiologists are available in this maternity hospital in morning shift out of which one is set to retire within few weeks.
Legazpi also could not verify if the structure used to be known as the Madonna Maternity Hospital as there were no records to back this up at City Hall.
The 25-bedded maternity hospital is built to provide access to maternity and health care services to the people of 50 village development committees (VDC) in and around the district of Siraha.
A spokesman for the South/South West Hospital Group said: "We wish to confirm an investigation is under way following a tragic occurrence at Cork University Maternity Hospital.
Leyla Aliyeva walked around the wards in the maternity hospital, asked about the condition of the newborns and their mothers.
The mayor Talaibek Sarybashov visited the maternity hospital on February 13 - the food processing unit, laundry, medical buildings, and also participated in the general meeting of the medical staff, where he thanked the health workers for their efforts to improve the conditions and improve the quality of patient care, the mayor's office reports.