Delivery and gynecology
The delivery room functions as an emergency unit and takes care of both women giving birth and pregnant emergency patients from 20 pregnancy weeks onwards. The delivery room is located in B4, on the fourth floor of the main building of Vaasa Central Hospital. When you come to the floor, please ring the doorbell. At nights, 22:00 – 06:00, when the front door is closed, please ring the doorbell outside the main entrance.
Our ward treats pregnant mothers and babies as well as gynecological patients. A pregnant woman usually enters the ward through a maternity outpatientclinic or delivery room. Situations requiring ward care may include diseases of the expectant mother, high blood pressure and premature contractions. Approximately 2-3 hours after giving birth you will come to the ward from the delivery ward or after a caesarean section from the operation ward. As a gynecological patient, you come to us, for example, as agreed for surgery or through the emergency room. The ward treats gynecological surgery and procedure patients, problems of early pregnancy and abortions, as well as gynecological emergency patients.
The Maternity Outpatient Clinic offers specialised healthcare for high-risk pregnancies, antenatal screening and childbirth planning. The outpatient clinic operates in both Vaasa and Pietarsaari. In connection with the Maternity Outpatient Clinic, there is also a Fear of Childbirth Outpatient Clinic, a Breastfeeding Outpatient Clinic and an HAL Outpatient Clinic for mothers who use / have used drugs.
The Gynaecological Outpatient Clinic provides specialist care for women suffering from gynaecological ailments and couples who have had a miscarriage or who are suffering from infertility or wish to have an abortion. The Gynaecological Outpatient Clinic operates in both Vaasa and Pietarsaari.
The Seri Support Centre at Vaasa Central Hospital provides help and support to victims of sexual violence. “Sexual violence is a form of violence referring to touching, abuse, harassment, incest, rape, and forcing someone to engage in humiliating or shameful sexual activities” (THL - The National Institute for Health and Welfare).