You’re invited to come and take a look around our wonderful maternity unit. You’ll see the Birthing Suites and Postnatal Ward, and get an insight into our facilities and services. Tours take 20-30 minutes. Please arrive 5 minutes early. And please remember, we’re always here to help. If you have questions about our facilities, call the team on 02 9600 4324 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education & classes
Classes will help you recover, gain confidence and prepare to take your baby home. Join the other mums and ask our experienced professionals as many questions as you like. For class times check with your midwife.
- Maternity postnatal information class
- Baby bathing
- Sleep and Settling
- CPR Kids – Baby Basics
CPR and First Aid Class by CPR Kids
Wouldn’t you like to know what to do if your baby is sick or injured? CPR Kids hosts Baby and Child CPR and First Aid classes at Sydney Southwest Private Hospital.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions these classes are being held at a nearby community venue.
The 3-hour class is taught by practising paediatric nurses. It’ll give you lots of hands-on practice with baby and child manikins, leaving you with enormous confidence should you ever find yourself in an emergency.
In addition to the CPR Kids classes available, all SSWP families will be offered a complimentary one hour virtual class during their stay, covering safe sleeping, overheating and breathing problems in babies.
CPR Kids classes – online
If you would prefer to learn online CPR Kids have available live interactive zoom sessions and an eLearning course based on their 3-hour Baby and Child CPR & First Aid classes. They have a bundle deal for all modules, and monthly payment options.
Topics covered include;
- CPR for babies and children
- Head injuries
- Limb Injury
- Bites and stings
For information and bookings, please visit CPR KIDS or call 1300 543 727.
Here are some great sources of information to learn more about caring for you and your child:
Australian Breast Feeding Association
Baby Advice and Parenting Tips
Pregnancy – World Health Organisation
Maternal Mental Health and Wellbeing