Qingdao Woman & Infant’s hospital opened in early 2010. The hospital has quickly built a good reputation and is now one of the preferred hospitals at which to deliver a baby in Qingdao by foreigners. Although there are some doctors that speak some English, for those that are not able to speak Chinese, it is vital to have a translator. It should also be remembered that it is a Chinese hospital, so paying for bills and having tests performed are not going to be “Western” style. The hospital is clean and bright and the staff are friendly. The price is slightly more expensive than a public Chinese hospitals, but considerably cheaper than Western hospital in Beijing or Shanghai. They have several packages available depending on your needs and desires. The doctors & nurses push for natural delivery. Epidurals can be administered, but are not pushed. Cesareans are available if medically needed. They also have laboring tubs that mothers can use.
Qingdao Woman & Infant’s Hospital
19 ZhongShan Lu, Shinan District, Qingdao City
Qīngdǎo fùyīng yīyuàn
Qīngdǎoshì shì Nán qū Zhōngshān 19 hào
- Phone (Chinese Only): 0532-58870036
Wechat ID: qdfyyy
Public or Private?
Appointment or Outpatient?
Appointment phone number: 0532- 58870036
Official Hospital Description
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Qingdao Woman & Infant’s hospital is one of the brand chain maternity hospitals invested by overseas Chinese in Singapore. It is a second grade hospital, which is specilized in Gyn & Ob.
English service available?Yes.
They have international outpatient and translators.
Are foreign doctors available?
Does hospital direct-bill insurance companies?
Where do mothers labor, deliver & recover?
Labor and deliver in separate rooms
Are labor, delivery, recovery rooms private?
Is NICU available on site?
Are natural birthing alternatives available (water birth, birthing on a yoga ball, etc...)?
Water birth is available.
Does the hospital support VBAC?
It depends on the expectant Mom's condition and doctor's opinion.
Is a birthing coach, spouse, friend and/or translator allowed in the delivery room during delivery?