The Portland Hospital for Women and Children welcomes visitors to a Pregnancy Open Day on Sunday 10th October 2010
London's Portland Hospital is opening its doors to welcome visitors on Sunday 10th October 2010 from 10:30am to 4:30pm to its Pregnancy Open Day at 205-209 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5AH.
The open day provides an ideal opportunity for parents-to-be and medical professionals to visit the UK’s largest, private maternity unit which has undergone a major redesign programme including new obstetric floors. Guests are offered guided tours of the hospital’s facilities including the delivery suites, maternity wards and nurseries.
Visitors can also take a look at the Maternal & Fetal Wellbeing Centre for Imaging Services to see examples of some amazing 3D/4D ultrasound technology including moving and still images of babies whilst in the womb.
Consultants and midwives are on hand throughout the day to meet visitors and offer one-to-one free of charge advice. Complimentary massages or reflexology treatments* are also offered to mums-to-be as well as receiving a special luxury goodie bag worth over £40 to take home, packed full of exclusive products from leading suppliers and includes useful healthcare information. During the day mums-to-be can also have the opportunity to take a free ‘Bump Photo’ courtesy of Imagethirst photographers*. Refreshments are available throughout the day including morning pastries, a buffet lunch and afternoon tea.
The open day is free to all who are either pregnant or just thinking about having a baby. Chief executive Janene Madden, who incidentally gave birth to her latest baby at the Portland not to long ago, said she is always delighted to welcome parents-to-be to open days. The Open Day provides a wonderful opportunity for visitors to find out valuable information about pregnancy and birthing, meet the staff, midwives and consultants and tour the hospital’s facilities.
For further information please visit The Portland Hospital website at www.theportlandhospital.com or call the Maternity Enquiry Line on 020 7390 6068.
* Subject to availability