Please refer to our hospital visitor restrictions for current information on visitation restrictions at our facilities and mask requirements. If you have any symptoms or are concerned about your exposure to COVID-19, you can visit one of the fever clinic locations in Metro South. Thank you for your support and understanding during this time.
Visitors are currently not able to attend our facilities. While the hot spot for Greater Brisbane has lifted there are still restrictions in place for institutional settings. This means visitors are currently restricted at our hospitals and healthcare facilities, including aged care and disability care facilities in Brisbane.
All staff, patients (where tolerated), and any visitors with an exemption to visit must wear a face mask and maintain physical distancing of 1.5 metres from others, where possible. You may be asked to check in and provide contact details when visiting the hospital.
We understand that there may be situations that will need special consideration and ask that you please call ahead to speak with staff in your ward/area.
Exceptions may be granted for patients in:
Other exemptions may be granted for emergency or other compassionate grounds.
Thank you for your support and understanding during this time.
Are you expecting a baby? Read about what to expect during COVID-19.
More information is available from Queensland Health on Pregnancy, birth and feeding baby during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and Queensland Government antenatal information.
Congratulations on your pregnancy from all of us at Metro South Health Women and Children’s Services. Pregnancy is undoubtedly one of the most important events in your life.
Metro South Health offers a range of maternity options at our three birthing hospitals—Logan, Redland and Beaudesert hospitals—and we are committed to providing you with the highest level of care to ensure you and your family get the most out of your journey to parenthood.
We understand that while the journey to parenthood is a time of great joy, it can also be a time of confusion and fear around the changes to your body, the labour and birth and of course becoming a parent. Many pregnant women also find the amount of information available to them quite overwhelming.
In these pages, we hope you will find up to date, relevant and consistent information to guide you throughout your own pregnancy journey and to inform you about your options for care. In some cases, you will find the information links to other trusted websites we believe provide high quality information to assist you in your journey.