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BIRTH PLACE WA

Income:
Metro: $30p/m x 18 = 540
Regional: $15p/m x 24 = 360
Total= 900

Metro

Private
JPH
GPH
APH
SJOG MURDOCH
SJOG MOUNT LAWLEY
SJOG SUBIACO
MY MIDWIVES
Public
JHC
OPH
SJOG MIDLAND
FSH
KEMH
FBC
CMP
AHS
BENTLEY
ROCKINGHAM HOSPITAL
PEEL

Regional:
Public
BUSSELTON
BUNBURY REGIONAL
Broome District Hospital
Carnarvon Regional Hospital
Derby Regional Health

Kununurra District Hospital


Nickol Bay District Hospital
Tom Price District Hospital
Geraldton Regional Hospital
Kalgoorlie Regional Hospital
Northam Regional Hospital
Albany Regional Hospital
Bridgetown District Hospital
Collie District hospital
Denmark District Hospital
Esperance District Hospital
Katanning District Hospital
Margaret River District Hospital
Narrogin Regional Hospital
Plantagenet District Hospital
Warren District Hospital
Private
SJOG BUNBURY
Hedland Health Campus
St John of God Health Care Geraldton

Hospital Questionaire:
Contacting the Facility
Street address:
Phone number:
Fax number:
Office hours:
Visiting hours:
About the facility
What sort of facility is this?
What would this facility like to tell you about its care (e.g., does it
care for women with 'low risk', 'medium risk', 'high risk'
pregnancies)?

Does this facility have Baby Friendly Health Initiative


accreditation?
How many women had a baby here in 2015?
How many women had a baby here in 2014?
How many rooms are there for birthing women?
How many women in labour or giving birth does each midwife
care for at a time?
Does this facility have a religious affiliation?
Booking in to this facility
Can women from anywhere book in here?
How do I organise to have my baby here?
Can I be cared for as a private patient?
What models of care are offered?
My partner & support people
Can my partner stay overnight after birth?
Will my support people (partner, companion) be given food and
drink during their stay?
Can my support people (partner, companion) be in the birth room
during labour and birth?
Can other support people (e.g. grandparents and siblings of the
baby) be in the birth room during labour and birth?
Is there a limit on who, or how many people, can be in the birth
room during labour and birth?
About pregnancy
When do women usually have a booking appointment?
What model of antenatal care did you receive?
Are prenatal classes offered?
Can I have a tour of the facility?
Can I have prenatal or postnatal care here if I plan to birth
somewhere else?
About labour
How does labour start?
When is an induction of labour for prolonged pregnancy usually
done?

How will my labour start if I haven't had my baby by my


estimated due date?
How does labour progress?
Do women see the same care provider right through their labour
and birth?
Can I choose the position I want to be in during labour (e.g.,
squatting, sitting, moving around)?
Will my baby be monitored during labour? How? (e.g.,
Cardiotocograph, doppler)
Can I eat and drink during labour?
About birth
How do women have their babies? (Provide percentages for
caesarean section, vaginal birth, instrumental)
Can I choose the position I want to be in during birth (e.g.,
squatting, sitting, moving around)?
Can I have delayed cord clamping?
Can I have a physiological third stage of labour?
Can I have a breech vaginal birth?
Can I have a vaginal birth after caesarean (a 'VBAC')?
Can I discuss my birthplan with my care provider(s) during
pregnancy?
Can I discuss my birthplan with my care provider(s) when I arrive
for birth?
About the birth rooms
What equipment is available in the birth rooms?
About pain relief
What methods of pain relief can I have?
Can I labour in a pool or bath?
Can I birth in a pool or bath?
Are epidurals available?
Are walking epidurals available?
Soon after birth
What equipment is available in the postnatal rooms?
If I have a vaginal birth, how soon after birth can I hold my baby?

If I have a caesarean section how soon after birth can I hold my


baby?
Can I have skin to skin contact with my baby straight after birth?
Were women who had a caesarean section able to touch or hold
their baby in the operating theatre?
Can I choose to co-sleep with my baby?
Quality of care during post-birth stay
Will at least one maternity care provider who cares for me during
labour/birth visit me before I go home?
How many nights after birth can I stay if I have a vaginal birth?
How many nights after birth can I stay if I have a caesarean
section?
Can I have a private room?
Can my baby stay in the nursery on the first night after birth?
How many women who have given birth does each midwife care
for at a time?
Going home
Will someone visit me at home after going home?
Will someone contact me by telephone after going home?
Where can I go for support and information after I leave hospital?
Special care
Is there a neonatal intensive care unit (a 'NICU')?
If I or my baby needs to transfer for different care, what is the
back-up facility?
Are lactation consultants available?
Are emergency caesarean section services available?
Care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
Are Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander specific services available?
Care for culturally and linguistically diverse women
Are programs for specific groups of women available (e.g., young
parents)?
Can I choose the gender of my care provider if I want to?
Are interpreters available for women who don't speak English?

Can I choose to have a translator or interpreter during


labour/birth?

Womens Questionaire:
Quality of care during antenatal, birth, postnatal care
Do your care providers treat you with kindness, respect and
understanding?
Do your care providers respect your decisions?
Do your care providers genuinely care about your wellbeing?
Do you feel you received conflicting information and advice from
different care providers?
Do you wish your care providers had more time to talk to you?
Would you recommend this facility to your friends?
My partner & support people
Could your partner stay overnight after birth?
Could your support people (partner, companion) be in the birth
room during labour and birth?
Were other support people (e.g. grandparents and siblings of the
baby) be in the birth room during labour and birth?
Were your support people (partner, companion) made to feel
welcome during labour?
About pregnancy
When did you have a booking appointment with the birth facility?
Were you satisfied with the timing of your booking appointment?
Are prenatal classes offered?
About labour
How did your labour start?
How your labour progress?
Had you met your care provider(s) for labour and birth before?
Could you choose the position you wanted to be in during labour
(e.g., squatting, sitting, moving around)?
Was your baby monitored during labour? How? (e.g.,
Cardiotocograph, doppler)
Could you eat and drink during labour?
About birth

How did you have your baby (e.g., caesarean section, vaginal
birth, instramental)?
Could you choose the position you wanted to be in during birth
(e.g., squatting, sitting, moving around)?
Did you have an episiotomy?
Did you have delayed cord clamping?
Did you have a physiological third stage of labour?
Did you have/attempt a breech vaginal birth?
Do your feel your care providers were on your side during labour
and birth?
Do you feel comfortable asking questions during labour and birth?
Did you feel rushed or hurried by care providers during labour?
Did you have the option of vaginal birth after caesarean (a
'VBAC')?
Do you feel you made informed decisions throughout your birth?
About pain relief
What methods of pain relief did you use?
Did you labour in a pool or bath?
Did you birth in a pool or bath?
Soon after birth
If you had a caesarean section, were you able to touch or hold
your baby in the operating theatre?
Could you choose to co-sleep with your baby if you wanted?
My stay in this facility
Were you able to hold your baby straight after baby was born?
Did you have a private room?
How many nights after a vaginal birth did you stay?
How many nights after a caesarean section did you stay?
Did your care providers check on you enough during your stay?
Were lactation consultants available?
Going home
Did someone from the facility visit you at home after going home?
Did someone from the facility contact you by telephone after
going home?

Special care
Did your baby need to go into the neonatal intensive care unit
(NICU)?
Were you satisfied with their involvement in caring for your baby
while they were in the neonatal unit?