The Womens Royal Melbourne Hospital

based on 5 reviews

5 reviews about The Womens Royal Melbourne Hospital

03 Mar 2016

My wife has delivered our first child here. Great care and nice nurses and doctors. Rooms are clean and tidy. Much better than we expected.

22 Aug 2013

Was at the football with my partner and went into labour at the football and got taken by ambo to the woman's and they didnt know anything and was very understanding and helpful. Grate hospital would go there again any time

03 Aug 2013

I had extremely good care at this hospital. The nursing staff, even though rushed off their feet at times from the case-load, are sympathetic and caring. Even though the hospital is a large one, the ward had that comfortable feel and I was made to feel welcome and individual needs catered for.

They even went the "extra mile" sometimes (showering with an attached drip can be a real nightmare). The environment was clean and bright and although there were difficult matters sometimes which arose, the doctors and nurses were able to remain professional and assist to see the positive aspects.

The little shop is a bonus when you run out of lollies to munch on or when friends and family come to visit, they can pick up something for you there.

Although I must say I was pleased to get out as I don't like hospitals in general, my stay was made enjoyable by the people I met and the standard of care I received.

07 Feb 2013

Great friendly staff and nurses, so helpful and they dont leave you on your own if you're not comftable or rush you out the door. Highly recommend. Plus... pretty good menu to choose from suprisngly :)

29 Feb 2012

I had my baby here after moving from WA to VIC heavily pregnant. The facilities are new and lovely. I had a Cesarean even though I had no 'immediate' medical reason besides psychological reasons, and was very happy with the attitude of the surgeon and nurses. I felt like I'd just met up with a bunch of friends as the team all got things in order, prepped me, delivered my baby, prepped her, then gave her to me. My husband was treated like a friend also, and was having a great conversation when our daughter was born. The breastfeeding nurse was wonderful as she held my baby for me so I could feed her for the first time. I couldn't use my arms because of the anaesthetic for my cesarean. Even though once on the ward, the staff were very busy due to lack of staff, they still treated me with dignity when they finally got to me when I called them. I felt supported and cared for in my vulnerable early days after having my baby. If anything I wouldnt have minded being left alone a bit more, but atleast they were attentive.

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