Pregnancy, the birth of your baby and the first weeks as a family are exciting and very intense. Every mother and every couple has different needs and it is different things that delight or worry them. We at the Klinik Im Park are here to assist you and will do everything we can to ensure your well-being and comfort.
Every year, more than 500 babies see the light of day in our «Woman-Mother-Child» maternity unit. You can rely on us from the very beginning to provide personalised, holistic and family-oriented one-on-one care that takes account of your own needs and those of your newborn baby. Whether you give birth naturally or by caesarean section - our experienced team of midwives, doctors and nurses will be your partners and will accompany you on your journey.
Our maternity unit
We offer a modern infrastructure and at the same time a safe and secure atmosphere
Our hospital offers a modern infrastructure with the latest medical facilities while still creating a warm and safe atmosphere. We offer an ideal setting for your birth and the first time with your baby. Our hospital is located in a beautiful setting in the city of Zurich and is very easy to reach by public transport and car. Here is the route map.
Capture your baby's first special moments with a professional photo shoot. We will be happy to organise an appointment for you. With your permission, we will be happy to post a photo of your child on our Baby Gallery.
Alternative or medical pain relief – we do everything to make labour pain bearable for you
We offer a wide range of alternative or deeper-acting pain relief methods for your natural birth. Regardless of whether and which type of pain relief you choose, our team will be there to support you.
Our midwives provide you with individual and holistic care in a family atmosphere. We have a long tradition of supporting the natural birth process with natural methods such as acupuncture, aromatherapy or homeopathy.
In our rooms you can recover in the best possible way after childbirth
Our postpartum ward offers several different types of room. These include single rooms, comfort rooms with a comfortable sofa bed for an accompanying person, twin rooms for use with an accompanying person and family rooms. The latter offers space for the mother, the partner and a sibling. Both parents can thus be actively involved in caring for the infant around the clock from the very beginning.
In the postpartum ward, women with semi-private insurance can also use the room for their sole use at no extra charge. If new mothers have semi-private insurance, an accompanying person can also stay the night on request subject to an additional charge. Overnight accommodation for an accompanying person is free of charge for new mothers with private insurance. Here you will find all the details on the range of benefits and insurance class changes.
Outpatient midwife consultations
If you wish, an outpatient midwife will visit you at home and support you in your new role as a mother. Make sure to organise outpatient midwife care before the birth. To do so, please telephone Sylvia Hunt and Irene Venier on +41 79 819 32 85.
We offer outpatient consultations until the third week after delivery to discuss all your questions and concerns about your baby. Please make your appointment by calling +41 44 209 21 30.
Outpatient breastfeeding advice
Following discharge, our breastfeeding counsellors are also available to provide advice at outpatient consultations from Monday to Friday. Please call +41 44 209 23 00 if you wish to make an outpatient appointment for advice on breastfeeding.
You can find more information in our "Outpatient postpartum care" (in German) brochure.
Klinik Im Park Zurich – one of the first hospitals of the Hirslanden Group
Klinik Im Park Zurich was one of the first four hospitals to join forces with Klinik Hirslanden Zurich in 1990 to form Switzerland's first private hospital group. The Hirslanden Group comprises 10 maternity hospitals with a total of 29 birthing rooms throughout Switzerland. Every year, around 7.000 babies are born in the Hirslanden hospitals. You can find more information about wanting children, pregnancy, birth and the postpartum period online at Hirslanden Baby.