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    Default King Edward Memorial Hospital. Good? bad?

    KEMH - specialises in caring for women with complicated pregnancies/births so if you've been told to go there by a dr, I believe you will be in the best care for your situation

    I've had friends have very positive experiences there and I'll be going there too, on the advice of my specialist (once I'm pregnant)
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    I wanted to go there but my old place didn't fall into the catchment. It is not exactly posh but I have heard good things about it. I had to go there once due to emergency. My friend moved there (renter) just to give birth there.

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    I wouldn't go there for a low risk pregnancy. I think they're an amazing hospital and they do actually care about you and your situation. But it's basically like being in emergency - things are often rushed or frantic and you can wait a long time. I was there for 4 days for surgery at 20w and absolutely wouldn't hesitate to go there for any high risk issues.

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    They're amazing!
    I was a low risk pregnancy but I didn't take no for a answer (had my first baby at Osbourne park and they were the worst so I said I wouldn't go there.)
    So KEMH accepted me and the whole experience there was really great. Definitely recommend it.


 

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