Shanghai Redleaf International Women’s and Children’s Hospital

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Shanghai Redleaf International Women's and Children's Hospital

No. 155 Songyuan road, Xuhui district, Shanghai city.

上海红枫国际妇儿医院

上海市徐汇区宋园路155号

Shàng hǎi hóng fēng guó jì fù ér yī yuàn

Shàng hǎi shì xú huì qū sòng yuán lù 155 hào

Phone

  • Phone: 021-6196 3333

Web

Email Address: cs@redleafhospital.com
Web Address: http://www.redleafhospital.com/en
Wechat ID: Redleaf-hospital
WeChat QR Code:

Public or Private?

Private

Appointment or Outpatient?

By appointment

Appointment can be made through phone call 021-6196 3333 or their website.

Official Hospital Description

(Pleases note that the "Official Hospital Description" is directly from the hospital's website or other marketing materials.)

Redleaf offers Out-patient and In-patient services of Obstetrics and Gynecology as well as Pediatric on 4F & 9F No.155,Songyuan Road, Xuhui District.

Redleaf’s Obstetrics and Gynecology as well as Pediatric Department has many skilled experts from China and abroad, with rich experience across various specialties. We offer a broad array of services, including preconception checks for couples planning pregnancy, prenatal care for those already pregnant, labor and delivery care, and postpartum checkups, Pediatric vaccination, pediatric surgery. Redleaf is also experienced in the treatment of difficult diseases and is adept at managing critical medical situations with value price.

Pricing

English service available?

Yes.

They have foreign doctors and nurses who can help translate.

Are foreign doctors available?

Yes.

Does hospital direct-bill insurance companies?

Yes

In order to offer more convenient billing services, the Redleaf makes efforts to broaden the cooperation with insurance company for direct payment. Please see their website for details http://www.redleafhospital.com/en/baoxian.

Where do mothers labor, deliver & recover?

Labor and deliver in separate rooms

LDR rooms available.

Are labor, delivery, recovery rooms private?

Yes

Single rooms available.

Is NICU available on site?

No

Are natural birthing alternatives available (water birth, birthing on a yoga ball, etc...)?

Yes

Water birth and analgesia available.

Does the hospital support VBAC?

Yes

It depends on the expectant Mom's condition and doctor's opinion

Does the hospital offer any fertility treatment options?

No

Is a birthing coach, spouse, friend and/or translator allowed in the delivery room during delivery?

Yes

Fathers are allowed to accompany their wives into the delivery room for a natural birth (not for a C-section).

2 comments on “Shanghai Redleaf International Women’s and Children’s Hospital
  1. Avatar Janell says:

    It’s been almost sixteen months since I delivered here in May 2017. Dr. Dai took me as a new patient when I was about 30 weeks pregnant (I switched from my previous doctor that I had trouble communicating with) and I can’t recommend her highly enough. She not only listened to my concerns but also cared about them and addressed them in a way I was very happy with. The hospital itself was clean and modern, but most importantly for me it was a quiet, relaxing, and inviting space. I was able to truly be comfortable there and focus on my pregnancy and when the time came, delivery. I was induced a little early for medical reasons, but it all went smoothly and quickly. My husband was with me the entire time. Red Leaf is very conscientious about respecting the mother’s birth plan and it felt good to know that while I was delivering. After delivery, the days I spent in the hospital recovering were perfect. I was able to rest and enjoy my time with a newborn. The food was great, too. All the nurses spoke English well and it was easy for me to communicate with them. I was so very, extremely happy to have a safe and comforting place to give birth. For a while after his birth, whenever I looked at my little baby I couldn’t help but grin and laugh a little about how well everything went. Compared to the stressful experience I had before, it really felt perfect in every way.

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