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    Hi, thanks for that!
    I think Mater have recently opened neonatal

    http://www.sydneycatholic.org/news/l...5526_695.shtml




    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialK View Post
    I delivered at RNSPH. I was deciding between that and The Mater as well.
    The only thing that made me chose RNSPH was that the RNSH hospital had a NICU.
    I figured if there were any problems it was closer to get bubby to RNSH from next door, rather than wait for an ambulance at The Mater like a friend of mine had to.
    Otherwise they were much of a muchness I think.

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    Ah, well in that case I'd say go Mater.
    I'm an nurse and as a nurse, I wasn't particularly impressed with the nurses at RNSPH.
    Maybe my expectations were too high but as a FTM, I thought I might get a bit more direction.
    Also, unless I buzzed for something I'd never see them.
    Maybe it's a different type of nursing but from my training you would see your patient at least every hour if not more frequently.

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    Thanks so much for this !

    I have been told this actually from other friends that are nurses and that NSP do tend to have agency nurses, moreso than the mater.

    NSP also have many more rooms and Mater seems to have a more homey feel...




    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialK View Post
    Ah, well in that case I'd say go Mater.
    I'm an nurse and as a nurse, I wasn't particularly impressed with the nurses at RNSPH.
    Maybe my expectations were too high but as a FTM, I thought I might get a bit more direction.
    Also, unless I buzzed for something I'd never see them.
    Maybe it's a different type of nursing but from my training you would see your patient at least every hour if not more frequently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybeebaby View Post
    Hi, thanks for that!
    I think Mater have recently opened neonatal

    http://www.sydneycatholic.org/news/l...5526_695.shtml
    Isn't that talking about special care which is level 2 care same as at NSP? Although it does sound state of the art. I don't think it's the same level as the NICU at RNSH


 

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