Comprehensive care and pampering
After the birth of your child on our Labour Ward, we will accompany you to your room on our Postnatal Ward. Our qualified nursing staff, midwives and doctors will expertly and attentively take care of both you and your baby. You will spend the first few days on the Postnatal Ward together with your baby, where you will be able to get to know each other.
Klinik Im Park has now reopened its postnatal ward after a three-month renovation project. The modern rooms offer a warm atmosphere to get a baby’s life off to a good start.
The postnatal ward has been renovated to meet the needs of new mothers and their partners. In addition to 20 rooms with furnishings that can accommodate a range of individual needs, mothers and those accompanying them have a lounge, breastfeeding room and nursery at their disposal. The rooms have oak parquet floors, and an aubergine tone was selected for the furniture to provide a sense of warmth and comfort. The soft green tones and spring colours symbolise new beginnings and embarking on the journey of life. Privately insured patients will enjoy the range of furnishings in the room, including a baby changing table that lets you can handle your infant in the privacy of your own room. Persons accompanying the new mother are also welcome to stay in the family rooms, which have an additional sofa bed. Klinik Im Park also has a family suite with space for the new mother, another accompanying person and one sibling child.
With our rooming-in-system, you can have your baby with you in your room day and night. If you wish to have time alone to recover from the birth, then your baby can be cared for by our nursery staff in the baby room. There, you and your partner can visit your baby at any time to bath your baby and change the nappy.
Our breastfeeding counsellors will help you with breastfeeding, answer any questions and give you important tips. Our breastfeeding counsellors are also available for advice after you have left the clinic.
Our doctors visit you during your stay on the Postnatal Ward to ensure the physical well-being of both you and your child.
Your gynaecologist will visit you daily, answer any questions and discuss your further care with the nursing staff.
The paediatrician will examine your baby after the birth and before you are discharged. They will answer any questions and discuss the further care of your child with the nursing staff. If your baby requires specific medical care or monitoring, your baby will be expertly treated around the clock by our paediatrician and specialist nursing staff. Our medical technical infrastructure ensures the highest level of safety for your newborn.
Relatives, friends and acquaintances can visit you between 01.00 p.m. and 09.00 p.m. to celebrate your new arrival. Your partner is allowed to visit at any time. If you do not wish to receive visitors for a certain time, simply inform the nursing staff.
Our aim is to aid your recovery wherever possible. At 10.30 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays, our physiotherapist will show you back-friendly carrying and lifting techniques and provide advice on posture. The physiotherapy is a group session for those on the Postnatal Ward. During your stay on the Postnatal Ward, a midwife will make a personal visit. On Mondays and Thursdays, the midwife will emonstrate pelvic floor exercises and stomach massage. Our midwives also offer relaxing acupuncture treatment to those on the maternity ward.
In order to celebrate the happy event, we invite you and your partner to a festive ‘dinner for two’ during your stay at the clinic. You can choose between lunch or an evening meal served either in the restaurant or in your room (single rooms only).