Referring a patient to the maternity outpatient clinic
A physician's referral is necessary, apart from urgent emergency cases. The mother should contact the maternal and child services or a health centre in issues regarding pregnancy, where a referral can be made, if necessary. The referral can be written, electronic, or in urgent cases, delivered by phone.
Outpatient activity and foetal study unit
We treat women who are planning pregnancy, are currently pregnant and women who have already given birth.
Our special outpatient clinics treat patients with diabetes or fears of delivery. We also operate a foetal study unit.
You need a doctor's referral to be admitted.
If, after 20 weeks of pregnancy, you
- experience heavy bleeding,
- have fallen on your stomach or experienced other trauma,
- feel your baby's movements have decreased significantly, or
- have painful contractions,
you should seek treatment at the maternity outpatient clinic without a referral.
We emphasise individuality and continuity in our family-centred treatment.
People in charge:
Specialist physician Kristiina Tertti
Head nurse Annamari Norri tel. 02 313 3733
We are a part of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.