State-of-the-art birthing suites
You’ll be impressed by our luxurious, state-of-the-art birthing suites with calming textures, scents and natural finishes that ensure you’ll have your optimum birthing experience.
- Adjustable birthing bed
- K2 monitoring system
- Private ensuite
- Oversize bath for water-submersion pain relief
- Pharmaceutical and natural pain-relief options
- Salt lamps and diffusers for calming ambiance
- Supporting birthing equipment including birthing balls, mats, stools and support rails
Luxurious private rooms
Every mum is guaranteed a private room with ensuite, and it is truly stunning.
The Studio Room offers a beautiful, calming environment for you, your partner and your baby, and is packed with premium benefits.
Everyone receives the royal treatment at no extra cost. You’ll love being fussed over - from chef-curated three course celebration dinner for two, daily high tea and ongoing support through at-home midwifery visits.
A little bit of Lovekins luxury
Fancy feeling spoiled the moment you arrive?
You’ll receive our gorgeous Lovekins amenities pack which includes 68 premium nappies, calming baby massage oil, night-pads, sanitiser spray and nipple balm. You’ll also love the gentle baby hair and body wash, multi-surface spray and bathroom amenities available throughout your stay. Lovekins is a premium Australian wellbeing and skincare brand whose mission is to provide a pure, natural and plant-based range that families can trust.
Gold Coast Private mums & bubs can enjoy a 15% discount off the full Lovekins rage on orders over $60, using the code LKGCP15. Visit www.lovekins.com.
Special Care Nursery
Our Special Care Nursery provides specialised care for premature and babies needing a little extra attention.
The nursery is located between the maternity ward and the birth suites and is managed by a specialised nursing team. It’s equipped with state-of-the-art technology and facilities to support you and your baby. We also offer boarder options for when your baby requires a little extra attention and a longer stay. Emergency, imaging, paediatrics, physiotherapy and other facilities are all very close by.
The private dining experience
Inspired. Executive Chef designed. Exclusively delicious.
At Gold Coast Private Maternity we don’t do hospital food. The culinary brilliance of our Executive Chef John O’Shea (pictured) means we take meals quite seriously.
John’s a whole foodie, who calls our patients, guests. He delights in presenting an ever-changing menu of fresh, seasonal ingredients and plates that are a pleasure.
Working with nutritionists and with your recovery in mind, meals are prepared according to your body’s demands throughout the day.
Breakfast boosts metabolism and includes low-GI grains for lasting energy, lunch offers meals that are energising, while dinner is warm, nourishing comfort that will surprise and make you relax and smile.
From the simple elegance of Atlantic salmon farfalle to John’s signature Buddha bowls and his delicate, more-ish desserts, this is 5 star care that’s exclusively delicious, whatever your dietary requirements.
Which dish will you remember us by?
You’re welcome to visit our maternity lounge to share morning and afternoon tea with other mums, dad and bubs. It’s also where our fathers’ group gathers, and where we host our Acai-bowl and smoothie cooking workshops.
We’re proud of the team of paediatricians who are part of our community of care, and we’re extremely confident you’ll be equally impressed.
It’s accepted practice that all babies be examined by a paediatrician within the first few days of birth. The examination will occur during your stay and may be at any time of the day. If you choose to discharge home prior to the 48-hour baby check, it’s recommended you see your GP within 7 days. If you want to have regular paediatric check-ups for your baby after you’ve left hospital, please choose from our paediatricians listed on our website.
Their cost is not included in your hospital stay as each paediatrician charges independently. Usually, there’s at least two consultations with the paediatrician, one while in hospital and a follow-up at 6-8 weeks after you go home.