Hutt Hospital Maternity Redevelopment

Posted by CCM / 23 September 2021

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The redevelopment work at the Hutt Hospital for the Maternity facilities is underway.

 

 

The Community Midwifery service, Maternity Assessment Unit, Maternity ward (birthing and postnatal) and the Special Care Baby Unit, will be redeveloped in four stages over the next two years.

The redesign will optimise birth experiences and increase the physical space available in the maternity outpatient areas, birthing and postnatal care, and special care for babies.

A variety of internal and external stakeholders were engaged with on design principles and key themes to underpin an ideal physical environment to better meet the needs of pregnant women/persons, babies and their whānau. Some of the key themes identified were; designated functional spaces, an environment that reflects a person’s journey, culturally responsive design and whānau inclusive spaces.

This work is part of a wider review and strategic planning process in relation to maternity and neonatal care that achieves equitable and optimal outcomes and experiences for pregnant people, babies and families across the Hutt Valley region.


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