Hangzhou AIMA Maternity Hospital
No. 666 Gudun road, West Lake district, Hangzhou
Hángzhōu ài mǎ fù chǎn yī yuàn
Hángzhōushì xī hú qū gǔ dūn lù liù bǎi liù shí liù hào
- Phone: 0571-56868888
- Phone (English only): 0571-56818818
WebEmail Address: email@example.com
Web Address: http://www.hzaima.com/english/
Wechat ID: hzaima
Public or Private?
Appointment or Outpatient?
Appointments can be made on phone call or their website.
Official Hospital Description
(Pleases note that the "Official Hospital Description" is directly from the hospital's website or other marketing materials.)
Hangzhou Aima has
• 98 inpatient beds
• 3 different style inpatients rooms – Standard, VIP & Holiday Inn
• Single post-natal suites
Each private room has modern and spacious decor and is fully equipped with its own en-suite, mini fridge, television and telephone. To accommodate partners, every room have fold away beds allowing you and your partner the opportunity to relax and enjoy a few private moments with the new addition to your family. The nurses' station is only a short distance away should you requiring any assistance or advice, at anytime, day and night.
They have different packages and pricing, but it is in Chinese. http://www.hzaima.com/fmtsjh/ The packages in English don't have prices. http://www.hzaima.com/english/PackageServiceProgram.html Please see the links from their website for details.
English service available?Yes.
English translator assistance available.
Are foreign doctors available?
Does hospital direct-bill insurance companies?
Where do mothers labor, deliver & recover?
Labor and deliver in separate rooms
Usually their labor and delivery rooms are seperate. But they have LDR rooms available, which allow you to labor and delivery together.
Are labor, delivery, recovery rooms private?
Single rooms and suite available.
Is NICU available on site?
Are natural birthing alternatives available (water birth, birthing on a yoga ball, etc...)?
Water birth, epidural analgesia and doula available.
Does the hospital support VBAC?
It depends on the expectant Mom's condition and doctor's opinion.
Does the hospital offer any fertility treatment options?
Is a birthing coach, spouse, friend and/or translator allowed in the delivery room during delivery?
Fathers are allowed to accompany the wives into the delivery room if it is natural birthing(not for a cesarean).
Hangzhou Aima Maternity Hospital, located in northwest Hangzhou, is a private health institute that provides international influenced services, including Pregnancy & Birth, Family Planning, Child Birth Classes, Gynecology, Pediatrics and Men & Women Health Screenings. We encourage natural child birth and water birth and provide primary care for both mother and child, from prenatal check-ups to post-natal recovery. Our commitment to providing patients and their little ones with the best care is exemplified through our dedication to provide services in line with Joint Commission International and Baby Friendly hospital standards.
For anyone planning on giving birth in Hangzhou, our International Medical Care Center will provide VIP-like, individualized services that meet international standards. From the point of your arrival until your final departure, we will provide a personal liason/English translator to assist with all your needs. Moreover, we provide a direct billing option for several domestic and international insurance companies. For questions or inquiries please contact the International Medical Care Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0571-56818818.
Two astounding U.S. Midwives on the management and service team at AIMA. Click here to learn more.
Hangzhou AIMA Maternity Hospital
No. 666 Gudun Road, West Lake District, Hangzhou, China, PRC 310030
Tel. +86 (571) 56818818
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