Madein Women and Children’s Hospital
15 Taishan Rd, Huanggu District, Shenyang ( opposite to the main gate of Beiling Park)
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- Phone: 024-86903838
Wechat ID: madein_hospital or aibaimami
Public or Private?
Appointment or Outpatient?
Appointments can be made on wechat or by phone call.
Official Hospital Description
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Madein Women and Children’s Hospital is a high-end specialized hospital providing medical treatment, health care, prevention and health education for both Chinese and foreigners. The hospital adhering to JCI standards, through the international professional medical team, nursing team, service team to provide high quality medical service for women and children.
The hospital is located at 15 Taishan Road, Huanggu District, Shenyang, which close to Beiling Park station on Metro Line 2. Only one street away from “city oxygen bar” – Beiling park.
The hospital has operating area of 15,000 square meters with three basic departments--gynecology, obstetrics and pediatrics. It also has gynecological cancer, infertility and other derivatives professional departments, collocating with lab, imaging (ultrasound), pharmacy,blood bank, supply room and other technical departments. According to the requirements of modern hospital management, it comes with customer service, consulting and other specialized departments.
In Madein Hospital, all service standards and medical procedures are strictly in accordance with JCI standards. It provides clients with high quality health care service, and fully meets the needs of clients, guarantees medical safety.
There are several delivery packages available from around USD3000 and up.
English service available?Yes.
They provide 7 languages translation and 24 hour "Family doctor" characteristic services.
Are foreign doctors available?
Does hospital direct-bill insurance companies?
Madein Women and Children’s Hospital has cooperation with the following international health insurance companies. Direct billing accepted
Where do mothers labor, deliver & recover?
Labor and deliver in separate rooms
LDR rooms available
Are labor, delivery, recovery rooms private?
Is NICU available on site?
Are natural birthing alternatives available (water birth, birthing on a yoga ball, etc...)?
Family supported delivery
Doula accompanied delivery
L.D.R integrated delivery
Beauty type caesarean
Caesarean combined with gynecological oncology
Does the hospital support VBAC?
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 their wives into the delivery room for a natural birth (not for a C-section).
Madein offers an exceptional experience in China similar to that of the West. They prize themselves in patient oriented care. There are several delivery packages available from around USD3000 and up. Some pros about the hospital are that they are willing to work with you on a birth plan, allow the husband or advocate to accompany the whole way, and provide meals of your choice.
Cons include low English level of doctors, having to wear delivery pants, having to move to a delivery room, did not perform circumcisions, and do not accept credit cards.
- VIP Rooms:
- Are big and set up like a one bedroom apartment with one living room and two bathrooms
- Provide ADSL (no wireless)
- Include meals (local Chinese food)
- Include a fridge to store items
- Include a microwave
- TV is provided but with Chinese channels (no DVD player)
- A midwife can stay in the same room so that at nights, you don’t have to get up; she will bring the baby to you for feeding, help with nappy changes, etc…
- Hospital is within walking distance to a Tesco.
- Limited English-speaking staff, but all are very helpful.
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Hello again… Can one hire a midwife from your hospital?.. And does the hospital allow home birth?
Am in china and pregnant.. Looking for a good hospital… Hope this one is best but I heard it’s too expensive. And do they really provide water birth service?
As far as I know they still do waterbirths. I’ve also heard they can work with your insurance to do direct billing and take credit cards now Too.
We made use to this hospital and the first impression is that the hospital is good for delivery a baby. When everything goes well it certainly will not be a problem. But one of the most important reasons to go to a hospital is to have good medical care when you need it. In our case one of the fetus of the twin came in a stress situation and the doctors and nurses simple did not know how to react. Instead of knowing situation and the signals they simple keep on testing and testing for a heartbeat. Afterwards we found out that they simply used the equipment wrong. They did not measure the heart beat at all! Also the manufacturer of the equipment told us.
Looking back we realize that the hospital never have considered if the babies are better of inside or outside the belly. Inside the belly is always a risk, but also outside. Every time a risk analyze should be made and discussed with the nurses so that they know what to do when something happens. What you have now is a hospital where people work as robots and doing the same thing over and over again.
When you look for a hospital, please avoid this!
We are preparing to deliver here. We have been very pleased with Dr. Song. We told her we want to do a Water Birth. She said yes but we were afraid that she might just be saying that to get our business. On our second visit I asked if she’s been studying up on Water Birth. She said yes and then the Director of the OB/GYN came in and we talked with her about it and she said she had gone to visit a Water Birth Hospital in Beijing so she can start planning on incorporating this into their hospital. The feeling we get from this hospital is that they want to offer the COMPLETE range of birthing options from Painless Epidural all the way to natural water birth. We are thrilled to be their first water birth and are excited to work with them. We have friend who’ve delivered here and there aren’t many complaints.
I had my baby at this hospital and was extremely pleased with the experience. Dr. Wang (the only English speaking doctor around) was extremely helpful and was always there to help when needed. Her phone was always reachable.
Some notes about the hospital:
The VIP rooms are pretty big and is set up like a one bedroom apartment with one living room and two bathrooms
ADSL is provided but no wireless
Meals are included as well (local Chinese food) which weren’t that bad
Hospital is walking distance to a Tesco
There is a fridge to store items you buy from Tesco
There is a microwave for things you want to heat up
TV is provided but only with Chinese channels (no DVD player)
Limited English speaking staff but all are very helpful
If needed, a midwife will stay with you in the same room so that at nights, you don’t have to get up; she will bring the baby to you for feeding, help with nappy changes, etc.
Some other info to share:
You could stay in a hotel somewhere until your water breaks or just stay at the hospital prior to delivery – in which case, they will monitor you and the baby etc. until the time comes. The monitoring can get annoying at times because they would come in your room like twice-three times a day but according to my mom and mom-in-law (both were staying with us at the hospital!) convinced me that that was better than nothing.
I had a c-section and came out of the delivery room ready to have my second! Everything went really smoothly.
Since I had a c-section, I had to stay in the hospital for 7 days for recovery and it was perfect
As we’re in China, we had prepared some simple gifts to provide to the staff prior to our leave (we gave them cookies/chocolates/Malaysian sarongs)
Ella » Wow, thanks so much for the updated information. As you can now see on the article, I’ve incorporated some of your notes!